The official site for the 2020 NBA All-Star Game announced Tuesday that it has reached a $1.2 million funding goal, the culmination of a three-year crowdfunding campaign.
That’s a huge milestone for the project, which raised over $1 million from investors.
In just a few days, the campaign will be able to purchase more than 10,000 tickets for the NBA’s all-star game.
And as of now, it’s not clear when or if it will officially launch.
The site has also revealed that it will be adding a new “sports captain meeting” feature to its live stream, allowing fans to share their thoughts with the league on the upcoming NBA All Star game.
But the new features won’t launch until the 2020 season, so this is just the beginning.
Here’s a closer look at how the new sports captain feature works and why fans should be excited.
What are all the big announcements in the NBA All Stars 2019 schedule?
A big one for the league is that the 2020 All-Stars will be held on January 7, 2019 in Los Angeles.
The game will mark the first time the All-stars have been held in the city since 1993, when the All Stars were played at Staples Center.
But while the city was experiencing a mild winter, there were also a few issues with the city’s infrastructure.
The All-star games have been scheduled in Los Santos for decades, but it was always difficult for the city to get ready for the event.
Los Santos was the first city to host the All Star games, and now that they’re back, the league hopes that the city can ease those nerves.
The schedule will include: NBA AllStar 2020: The NBA will make a huge announcement at the start of the league’s 20th season on January 1, 2019.
In a press conference that afternoon, Commissioner Adam Silver will address the fans about what’s ahead for the sport.
He’ll also announce a series of announcements, including a host of changes to the NBA rules and schedule.
The commissioner will be joined by former NBA stars Chris Paul, Kevin Durant, and Kevin Love, and a new commissioner and a newly minted president, Chris Cohan.
The announcement comes as the NBA prepares to release its final rulebook for 2020.
The league also announced that the league will expand its All-NBA team to six teams, and that it is partnering with ESPN and MLB to bring the All 20 teams to one of the biggest stadiums in the world.
There are no other major changes to be announced.
The NBA AllStars will also be in Los Cabos, Mexico, for the 2019 FIBA Americas Championship, where teams from Brazil, Spain, and Colombia will be playing.
The FIBA World Cup will also kick off on February 13, 2019, when four teams will compete in the quarterfinals.
For the 2019-2020 NBA season, the Allstars will be in Las Vegas for the AllStar Celebrity Game on March 8, and in Houston for the 2017 All-American Game.
The 2019 NBA Allstar Weekend will be the first major All-Time event in the history of the game, with All-Dogs stars Derrick Rose and Chris Paul playing the first game on April 8.
In addition, there will be three additional All-Saints games, the first of which will be on May 10.
The season is set to conclude on July 15, with the All NBA Summer League starting on August 18.
What is the NBA trying to do with all this?
The NBA has been trying to get its All Stars in the hands of fans for a while now.
The most recent effort to get the games in the cities of Las Vegas and Houston was a failed bid to host them in Los Vegas in 2020, and there have been a number of other attempts.
The idea is to use the events to bring more attention to the sport, which the league says is already doing.
As it stands, the NBA is hoping to bring its All Star Weekend events to as many cities as possible.
The 2018 All-Sports Weekend, which was held in Orlando, was an event in which the NBA took part, with teams from New Orleans, Chicago, and Boston all participating.
But it didn’t last long, and the league decided to move on to other events.
The 2020 All Star weekend will be played in the same location in Los Altos, which has the highest concentration of NBA fans in the United States.
The Los Altas Sports Arena in Los Banos, however, is also a popular destination for NBA games.
So, as the league tries to get as many fans in Las Las Vegas as possible, the event will likely be played at a location with more NBA fans.
The only issue the league faces is the logistics.
The Lakers have played in Las Palmas since the 1970s, but there are no plans to move the games there.
However, the Lakers and Clippers have