NBA All-Star Game: Is Toronto ready to be a great basketball town?

This week, it's an NBA All-Star Game special on q's sports panel.
Toronto Raptors guard Terrence Ross dunks during the 2014 NBA All Star dunk contest at the Smoothie King Center. (Ronald Martinez/USA TODAY/Reuters)

Canada has a long history with basketball, you know, with James Naismith inventing it and all. So this week, it's an NBA All-Star Game special on q's sports panel. Today Shad's joined by sportswriters Morgan Campbell, Dave Zirin, and Sonali Karnick

At issue today:

  • Is the game really just all celebrity spectacle?
  • Where's the Blue Jays level love for the Raptors?



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