NBA commissioner: No decision yet on keeping All-Star Game in Charlotte

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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

The head of the NBA Tuesday night directly addressed House Bill 2 and next year’s All-Star Game in Charlotte.

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has made his views on HB2 clear by saying in a radio appearance in April that it would be problematic to have the All-Star Game in Charlotte if the law isn’t changed.

The NBA was not prepared to make a decision Tuesday night on whether to keep the All-Star Game in Charlotte.

“We recognize the calendar is not our friend,” Silver said of how much time is left until the game in February.

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