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Teddy Greenstein: It took 32 years for the NBA All-Star Game to return to Chicago. Hopefully it won't take as long for it come back.

CHICAGO - It took 32 years - a long 32 years - for the NBA All-Star Game to return to Chicago.

But this is no time to gripe. Not after the NBA treated us to a Trae Young half-court bomb, a mesmerizing LeBron James behind-the-back dribble drive, a third quarter that was competitive enough to feature intentional fouling and a genius new format for the final frame.

"That fourth quarter was incredible," Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said. "I don't

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