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South Florida All-Star Classic on TV, online, on a new time

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris --- look, you know what game I'm talking about. Now, there's television information and a change in time.

FIU announced late Monday night that Satuday's all-star game at U.S. Century Bank Arena will be televised on both CBS 4 and My TV 33. When CBS primetime programming starts at 8 p.m., Channel 4-WFOR will go to that and Channel 33 will stay with the game. The game will also be streamed on CBSMiami.com.

The game time has been moved from 7 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Doors will open at 5:30, an important point for those of you with Upper Deck General Admission seats. I already heard one pair of women talking about getting to The Bank at noon Saturday for the upper deck land rush.

Some of the proceeds from this event going to Mary's Court Foundation will go to FIU's First Generation Scholarship Fund, which provides financial aid to students who'll be the first generation in their families to earn a college degree.

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Boooo on the "Big 2.5" subtle reference!!!

Who made a reference to the "big 2.5"?

Well we know it was not Justin Aperizou, he is hanging out with that guy Beasley.....hahahahahahahahaha Aperizou fat bottom got the boot. I know DNJ does not like bashing other people, but hey that is what happens when you do a bad job, and somebody does a good one.

So long Aperizou, see you in the buffet.

David made the reference...

"LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris"

Maybe it wasn't intentional, but too clever for it to not be!

That's clearly not what DJN meant but that's hilarious - anyone know what the teams are?

I bought two tickets at $250 apiece - figure seeing the only basketball game worth seeing for a couple months was worth the markup.

Hey Quijote, I'm confused, I thought you said that FIU had more games on ESPN than UM this year?

Why is UM playing on ABC this weekend? At the beginning of the year that game wasn't even listed as being on television! How could this happen????

Because ESPN wanted to show UM being embarrased on National TV.

And of course UM was more than willing to comply.

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