The NBA All-Star game is a thing of the past.

In bygone eras, many a viewer was denied access to nationwide talent via technological limitations. But technology has advanced aggressively in the past few decades.

No one has to wait until a mid-February party to see the game's elite anymore. After all, the players there don't even approach intensity. Who ever really tries anymore?

OK, besides that dude.

Ever so helpful, The Daily Player has volunteered a few suggestions for giving the All-Star game more pizzazz.

Speaking of ...

If you want to put a bit of sizzle in your next gathering of friends, surprise them with this sport silicone titanium steel friendship bracelet from your friendly neighborhood Fanorama store: 

sports steel titanium friendship bracelet

At a cool $14.96 per, you're not gonna find a friendlier price anywhere.

Think of it as your way of being an All-Star.

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