Where To Watch NBA All-Star Weekend Online

NBA All-Star Weekend is here, which means plenty of Stephen Curry 3-points and LeBron James baseline dunks. The festivities start on Friday night at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto with the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game and BBVA Rising Stars Challenge. State Farm All-Star Saturday Night kicks off at 8:00pm EST the next night, with the skills challenge, 3-point shooting contest and slam dunk showdown. This all leads up to Sunday at 8:30pm EST when the likes of Chris Paul, Kawhi Leonard, Kyle Lowry and others tip things off in the NBA All-Star Game.

Don't have cable to watch the festivities on TNT? We're here to help by directing you to some free streams around the Internet.

First, a note...

Don't download anything from any of these sites. Some have very creative pop-ups that tell you you need to download a video player to watch, or your player is out of date...that isn't true, and none of these streams require anything other than Flash (which 99.9% of you have on your computer already).

NBA All-Star Game Streams List 1 (Note: Flash streams are your best bet)

NBA All-Star Game Streams List 2

NBA All-Star Game Streams List 3

You should TNT's online streaming app first, but if you don't have a cable password, the above links are your best bet.

Disclaimer: Chat Sports does not encourage the illegal streaming of games, but we’re not naive enough to pretend that it doesn’t happen. Stream at your own risk (and don’t download anything from these sites – it’s like the Wild West out there).

NOTE: You can follow these games' stats, scores, and live play-by-play in the Chat Sports iPhone and Android App.

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Related Topics: Chris Paul, Kyle Lowry, Stephen Curry, 2016 NBA All-Star Weekend, Kawhi Leonard, 2016 NBA All-Star Game, Lebron James