‣ The schedule for the All-Star Game in 2025 has already been set, starting on February 14 and concluding two days later.
‣ Stephen Curry expressed his excitement for the All-Star Game, recalling the last time San Francisco hosted the event when Vince Carter won the dunk contest.
San Francisco will host the 2025 NBA All-Star game at Chase Center, home of the Warriors ⭐️
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport)
The 2025 NBA All-Star Game is set to take place in San Francisco at the Chase Center, it was announced by the Golden State Warriors this Monday. This marks the first time the newly inaugurated Chase Center will host the prestigious event, marking an exciting occasion for both the team and fans alike. Joe Lacob, owner of the franchise, expressed his delight in bringing together fans from all over the world to celebrate the upcoming All-Star weekend.
The All-Star weekend is scheduled to start on February 14, 2025, and conclude two days later at the Chase Center, with additional events set to take place at the Oakland Arena. This announcement comes after the league recently unveiled that this 2023/24 season’s All-Star Game will be held at the Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, returning to the traditional format of the famous clash between Conferences.
Upon hearing the news, Warriors superstar Stephen Curry expressed his desire to participate in the three-point competition on the All-Star weekend in 2025. He reminisced about the last time the event was hosted in San Francisco, recalling the excitement of Vince Carter winning the dunk contest, who was a teammate of his father Dell at the time. Curry also expressed his excitement about the All-Star Game making its return to the Bay Area, this time at the new Chase Center.