The NBA is continuing to work to find a new location for the 2017 NBA All-Star Game.

It’s been nearly a week since NBA commissioner Adam Silver decided that the game would no longer be hosted in Charlotte, in light of North Carolina’s controversial transgender bill.

New Orleans was immediately the city brought up and considered to be the front-runner to replace Charlotte. Now, three others are reportedly in serious contention.

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Three of the four cities being considered have been hosts within the last decade.

New Orleans was the host in 2008 and 2014. Chicago has only hosted twice, in 1973 and 1988. New York has been the host many times, most recently in 2015 and 1998, and the game was played in Las Vegas in 2007.

The NBA will definitely want to lock down a city quickly. A lot goes into hosting All-Star Weekend. It’s also one of the main destinations for a lot of NBA fans; they can plan ahead to attend the All-Star Game, opposed to trying to do so for the NBA Finals where it’s not possible.

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