The NBA split its All-Star weekend festivities across Manhattan and Brooklyn this year, giving the Knicks and Nets co-hosting responsibilities.

Both boroughs also will host fan hubs, making it far easier for fans to take part in the league's "interactive baskeball experience."

In Manhattan, NBA House will set up shop in Skylight at Moynihan Station, located in the post office building across the street from Madison Square Garden. The NBA House at this location runs from Feb. 10-16 and tickets cost $20.

In Brooklyn, the LIU Brooklyn Paramount Theatre will host an NBA House from Feb. 11-15, with tickets for this smaller venue costing $10.

NBA House will include a regulation NBA court for hosting clinics and competitins. Expect to see and meet current and former NBA players at both locations, plus local performers there to entertain the crowds.

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