NBA All-Star weekend always has been fun, but this year’s festivities are expected to take it to a whole new level.
The league recently announced a tweak to the All-Star Game, as the usual Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference matchup is no longer. Instead, two captains from each conference will pick teams, which surely will result in a fun and unconventional mixture of players.
While most seem to be in favor of the new format, Enes Kanter recently shared his idea of how the two sides should be arranged.
Under Kanter’s rules, there’s no doubt who the captains of each side would be. Kyrie Irving has become the poster child of flat-earth truthers, while Carmelo Anthony seemingly has worn a hoodie throughout the offseason, which led to the basketball developing his “Hoodie Melo” alter ego.
We have a feeling Kanter’s idea never will come to fruition.
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