“What if?” Team World vs Team USA for the All-Star Game

18/Feb/18 17:56 February 18, 2018

Dionysis Aravantinos

18/Feb/18 17:56


The All-Star Game changed the format this year to make the game more competitive, but what if it changed again to something more obvious: Team USA and Team World?

By Dionysis Aravantinos / info@eurohoops.net

For the last few years, the Rising Stars game has been played featuring two teams of ten young players. Team USA and Team World. But wouldn’t it be fun for the fans and the players if this format applied to the real All-Star Game, featuring twenty-four top players from the league?

The best American players would be going up against the best non-American NBAers in a matchup that would make the game more interesting and maybe give a new meaning to the old separation between East and West.

The league experimented this year with a different set-up, as Team LeBron and Team Steph are ready to compete on Sunday night, but Eurohoops brings you a unique, alternative and different idea that could spice things up in the All-Star weekend. Starting it off with Team World and our choices for 2017-2018.