ESPNChicago: Chicago to host 2020 NBA All Star Game, source says

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According to a report by Nick Friedell of ESPN on Thursday, the Bulls will play host to the 2020 NBA All-Star Game at the United Center.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the decision wasn't announced publicly.

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The official announcement is expected to come Friday, with National Basketball Association commisoner Adam Silver and Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel expected to be in attendance. Yahoo! Sports first reported the news.

The All-Star Game hasn't been played in Chicago since 1988, back when the Bulls were still playing in the now-demolished Chicago Stadium. The hiatus looks to be coming to an end. Chicago also hosted the All-Star game in 1973; the East won that game as well, 104-84. He has since been passed by Jordan, Kobe Bryant and the current record-holder LeBron James.

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Baseball held its Midsummer Classic at the White Sox's home on the South Side that year.

The Chicago Bulls may not have a lot to cheer about lately, but things will definitely change soon with some good news for them.

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