INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana will host the NBA All-Star Game in 2021, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
In April, former team executive Larry Bird made a bid for the city to host the game, showing up to NBA offices in a retro-fitted IndyCar on 5th Avenue in New York.
“I’m proud and honored to make this special delivery on behalf of our owner, Herb Simon, the city of Indianapolis, the state of Indiana, Pacers Sports & Entertainment and our other bid partners,” Bird said at the time. “We know that competition for the All-Star Game is highly competitive, but we are hopeful that this demonstrates how Indianapolis routinely and uniquely set itself apart when it comes to hosting major sporting events.”
The Indiana Pacers will host the 2021 NBA All-Star Game, league sources tell ESPN.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) December 13, 2017
Indianapolis has previously hosted the Final Four, the Big Ten Championship, the Super Bowl, and an LGPA Championship.
The list going forward will only get busier. Indianapolis will host the following events:
Little busy here:
•March 2020: B1G Tourney
•May 2020: 104th Indy 500
•Dec 2020: B1G Champ
•Feb 2021: NBA All-Star Game
•April 2021: Final Four
•May 2021: 105th Indy 500
•Dec 2021: B1G Champ
•January 2022: Coll FB Champ
•March 2022: B1G Tourney
•May 2022: 106th Indy 500
— Dave Furst (@DaveFurst) December 13, 2017
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