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Should the NBA expand All-Star teams from 12 to 15?

Should the NBA expand All-Star teams from 12 to 15?

Should the NBA expand All-Star teams from 12 to 15?

Should the NBA Should the NBA expand All-Star teams from 12 to 15? All-Star teams from 12 to 15?

This has been a hot topic as of late and for good reason, the NBA has been growing with tons of talent and to be recognized as an All-Star is quite an achievement. The All-Star break comes for one week out of every NBA season, in that week exceptional players are recognized for their play and how good of a player they have become throughout their career.

This is where we see some of the best three-point shooters, dunkers, and overall players duke it out for the ultimate prize. So with all the talent that the NBA has (young and old), should the NBA extend the All-Star teams from 12 players to 15 players?

In today’s article, I am going to break that down and give my professional(ish) opinion on whether or not these teams should be expanded.

The overarching pro of EXPANDING these teams:

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