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Did you like the new ASG format?
Team LeBron beat out Team Curry 148-145 last night. One thing that was clearly noticeable was that the competition level was clearly higher. Not only was there more defense, but both teams just seemed more engaged and motivated to compete in the game. Almost everyone played their best version of what you can do at an All-Star game, and it paid dividends for the fans. Not only that, but the drafting process was spectacular. Not only did it make teams more fair, it also gave power and pressure to the captains to create a team that would legitimately contend for the ASG championship. Though this was only one game, my hope is that the competitive spirit carries into the next games and that the draft aspect will be televised as well. With all that said, yes, I do enjoy this All-Star format. I found myself legitimately enjoying watching the game and I could feel my heart pierce when Team Curry gave up the lead (two times). Are there any other changes you would want to see to the ASG? Let me know in the comments below!
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