The 2016 NBA All-Star Game features all the usual names and a handful of surprises. We've got you covered here w

ith all the information you'll need.

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Where is the NBA All-Star Game?

This year's festivities take place at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. This is the first time in NBA history that the All-Star Game is outside the U.S.

What time is the NBA All-Star Game? Where can I watch it?

The Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference showdown will be played Sunday, Feb. 14, at 8 p.m. ET. The game will be shown on TNT. NBA League Pass and Watch TNT will offer live web streaming of the event.

What about the NBA slam dunk and 3-point contests?

The contests, which also includes the skills competition, were Saturday, also starting at 8 p.m. ET on TNT.

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What are the key story lines in the NBA All-Star Game?

In his All-Star finale, Lakers star Kobe Bryant led all NBA players in fan voting with about 1.9 million votes. Bryant announced his retirement in November and has captured fans' attention since. That's why we are hoping he gets to take the opening tip.

But the truth is that Bryant is the worst player in the All-Star Game based on this season. The best? That's probably reigning MVP Stephen Curry of the West, while LeBron James leads the East. We ranked them all here.