The NBA is making a big splash with its annual All-Star game on Sunday, and the players who will wear the number 7 on their jerseys will almost certainly be the most well-known names.
The game, which features more than 100 players and has been around for years, is a major draw for the league’s biggest stars and is one of the most anticipated events of the year.
The players are invited to wear the jersey on the court as a way to honor the history of the jersey and to recognize the contribution of its creators, but it will also give the game an even bigger boost.
The All-Stars will be announced later Sunday and will include LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, Kawhi Leonard, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, Kawai Leonard, Anthony Davis, Damian Lillard and Dwight Howard.
It’s not a surprise that the game is a big draw.
Fans are going to love it, especially when it comes to the game of basketball, and it’s a game that most of the stars are involved in.
NBA stars have worn number 7s for the last 10 years, including Kevin Durant.
The last player to wear a number 7 during the All-Spurs series was Chris Paul during the 2009 All-NBA game.
Since then, the number has been worn by LeBron James and Kobe Bryant.
Bryant was a member of the 2009 squad, and James has worn number seven for the entire nine-year NBA career.
Kobe Bryant wearing number 7 jersey for his first NBA All-star game.
(Getty Images) James is not the only star who is wearing number seven during the game, though.
Chris Paul is wearing a number seven shirt for the first time.
The former NBA champion wore a number four jersey during the 2010 All-MVP ceremony.
The number 7 has been in use since 1986, when the number was worn by former NBA star John Stockton.
Stockton wore a No. 5 jersey during that ceremony, too, as he did when he retired after the 2010 season.
James, Durant and Bryant have also worn number 6s.
Paul is known for his ability to play a variety of positions and his ability as a defensive player.
Durant, Bryant and James also all play at a high level on offense, and Paul has been a major reason why the Thunder are still in the hunt for a playoff spot.
LeBron James is the top pick for the 2016 NBA All of the Year award, but he is still the No. 1 pick in the 2017 draft.
(AP Photo/John Minchillo) The numbers are not the most important part of the All Star game.
The other major event is the dunk contest.
The dunk contest is the centerpiece of the game and is played in the same way as the dunk in the All Stars game.
All the players in the game have to score at least 10 points on a dunk, and that number has to be less than 50 percent.
The NBA awards the MVP trophy to the player who wins the dunk competition, which has been held since 1994.
The contest has a history of producing some of the greatest dunk performances in NBA history.
The top player in NBA dunk history is John Stockpeth, who was the first player in league history to dunk from the top of the rim in a game.
Stockpence, who retired after this season, had a dunk of 55.2 percent on Feb. 15, 1997.
In other words, he didn’t even have to dunk at the rim.
In his last season, Stockpences record-setting dunk was a 56.6 percenter against the Boston Celtics in the 1994 All-Defensive team.
The rest of the dunkers in NBA Finals history have all made at least 35 attempts.
The history of All-stars in NBA is pretty diverse.
The past few All-Time games have featured LeBron James in the role of the top scorer and Kobe, Paul, Paul George, Kevin Garnett, James Harden and Russell Westbrook in the defensive role.
Durant has played in every game since 1996.
The Warriors’ Stephen Curry was the highest scorer in NBA finals history when he scored 51 points in the 2014 Finals.
The next closest scorer was Carmelo and the next closest player was Kobe.
Bryant has averaged 33.3 points and 11.2 rebounds per game in the playoffs.
Durant was the MVP of the 2017 Finals and has averaged 30.3 and 11 rebounds per contest in the series.
Russell Westbrook, who is averaging 22.4 points and 9.4 rebounds per outing, has averaged a whopping 25.2 points and 8.6 rebounds per night in the regular season.
Paul George was the only player to score in double figures in the Finals.
He averaged 25.8 points, 11.6 assists and 4.4 steals per game.
Russell is the best defensive player in the NBA and was a leader on the offensive side of the ball during his MVP season.
Bryant and Durant also have the distinction of