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The 2023 NBA All-Star Game takes place on Sunday, Feb. 19. Here is which venue will host the event this year, and in 2024 and beyond.

The NBA is entering the midway point of the 2022-23 season. On Sunday, Feb. 19, the league will hold its annual All-Star Game, where the top players in each conference will face off.

On Tuesday, Jan. 24, the NBA released a statement informing that the All-Star Game draft lottery will now be held on the day of the event, a first for the league. In that very statement, the league said that the starters and captains of the Eastern and Western Conference would be revealed on Thursday, Jan. 26. The captains will be the starters who received the most fan votes from each conference.

Last year, the All-Star Game was held in Cleveland, Ohio, where Team LeBron James defeated Team Kevin Durant 163-160.

So, where is the 2023 NBA All-Star Game being held?

Where will the 2023 NBA All-Star Game be held?

Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah, home of the Jazz, will host the 2023 NBA All-Star Game. This is the first time that Salt Lake City will hold the event since 1993.

Tipoff for the event will take place at 8:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 19.

Where will future NBA All-Star Games be held?

There is only one confirmed location for future All-Star Games. In 2024, Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. will host the event. This will be the second time Indianapolis will host this event, as they did so back in 1985 at the RCA Dome, former home of the NFL’s Colts.

As of this writing, there are no confirmed venues for NBA All-Star Games in 2025 and beyond.

According to TNT and Bleacher Report senior NBA insider Chris Haynes reported recently that the Boston Celtics are prepared to make a bid to host the 2026 NBA All-Star Game. Boston had not hosted an All-Star Game since 1964.

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JEOPARDY! fans have scored a rare look at what clues originally looked like thanks to Ken Jennings.

He revealed on Twitter that he was gifted a piece of the game board from back when Art Fleming hosted the show.

5Ken Jennings shared a gift that has Jeoaprdy! fans going wildCredit: ABC 5He was given a clue from the early 1970s and its original hostCredit: Twitter/ KenJennings

Ken, 48, posted to his Twitter on Saturday: "Wanted to show off this cool gift from my friend Stan.

"An early-’70s cardboard clue from the Art Fleming Jeopardy!. The correct response? We may never know," he joked.

The clue was in yellow font and read: "'Peanuts' char. who now styles self 'Joe Cool' A 'BMOC' - 'Big Mutt on Campus.'"

It didn't take fans long to deduce the clue was just a classically complex way of asking for "Snoopy."

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But what was so neat was that the all-too-familiar Korina typeface (which Jeopardy! now uses) in white, with a dark blue backdrop, was nowhere to be found.

In fact, it was so cool to discover that the now-digital clues displayed on the screen were once printed out on giant cardboard - fans just didn't know.


Followers geeked out over how different the clues looked back in the day as one commented: "Oh my god."

"What a fabulous gift!" another fan wrote.

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"The comma directly underneath the closed quotation marks pleases me to no end," joked another.

The show has famously (or infamously) irked some hardcore grammar sticklers since it now puts punctuation outside of the quotation marks.

"This is so cool! I wonder how many of these survived" gushed a fourth.

"I just want to know the process they used to make these. Were they silkscreens? Some kind of tempra paint stamp print?

They must have had a really interesting production line to create hundreds of these for every taping," wondered a fifth.


However, longtime Jeopardy! viewers who would like to relive - or even just learn about - its original era may be hard-pressed aside from gems like this.

On the weekly podcast Inside Jeopardy!, producer and former "Clue Crew" member Sarah Foss admitted in September that the game show lost all - yes, all - episodes from that 20-year era somewhere along the way.

The only episode they have is "the original pilot," which "never aired."

"We don't even have the first episode of the show," Foss admitted on the podcast.

"It's just one of those things, tape used to be so big and so heavy and over time we didn't have space or storage to store them, all these older programs. It’s lost."

"If only we could have known, so many special episodes I'd love to go back and watch," the producer lamented.


In the original version, contestants were allowed to keep whatever cash they had accumulated throughout the game, no matter if they finished first, second or third.

In the early ‘90s, consolation prizes for the second-and third-place finishers were changed to include various merchandise provided by the sponsors.

In 2002, the second-and third-place contestants were decided to be awarded $2,000 and $1,000, respectively.

That's what they still get today which may not thrill the late Art if he were here.

Art vented about this change even in the '90s in an interview with NBC.

"You could be in second place $1 away from the lead and you'd get a year's supply of dog food."

All that said, Art was no Ken or Alex trivia-wise and he admitted so himself: "If I didn’t have that sheet in front of me, you wouldn’t find me within a mile of that studio."


Art Fleming hosted Jeopardy! when it began in 1964 until 1979 during the daytime on NBC - he passed away in 1997.

Alex Trebek hosted from 1984 until 2020 when he tragically passed away from pancreatic cancer at age 80 - his run kicked off what's considered the show's modern iteration.

Ken is still the game show's winningest contestant of all time (74 victories in 2004) and was named host in 2022.

Johnny Gilbert, 94, - the voice of "This is Jeopardy!" - started alongside the late Alex and is the longest-serving staff member - he's still the announcer for Ken and co-host Mayim Bialik, 47.

5Ken Jennings' photo revealed clues were printed on cardboard when Art Fleming originally hosted Jeopardy!Credit: Getty 5A few grammar nerds joked they 'loved' seeing the commas inside the quotes as opposed to how clues are todayCredit: ABC 5Others just loved the rare item from before Alex Trebek or Ken, of course, hostedCredit: Getty Topics
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