The NBA All-Star Game was for the most part well received. This marked the first year of a new format where the top two vote getters selected their own teams, rather than the traditional West vs. East format. The game went down to the final shot and LeBron James' team defeated Stephen Curry's team 148-145 in a game that was extremely entertaining. Now the question is: did Sunday's result help fix the NBA All-Star Game going forward?
Doug Gottlieb explains why it's not necessarily fixed, and that the positive reaction is the direct result of the perfect storm of events including last year's game. Listen above as Doug explains why the game isn't fully fixed just yet.