Photo by JC Gellidon on Unsplash COMMUNITYNBA Unsuccessfully Tried to Stop All-Star Game Parties in Atlanta by Inesh Chari March 8, 2021 The 2021 NBA All-Star Game was in Atlanta, Georgia this weekend. During this event, the host city typically has a lot of parties. The NBA tried to prevent this from happening by 200 cease-and-desist to party promoters in Atlanta. The Mayor of Atlanta tried to prevent this too by telling fans and event organizers that they shouldn’t travel to Atlanta for the NBA All-Star Game amid the Pandemic.All-Star Game Parties Still ContinuedThe NBA failed to stop these parties from happening.Restaurants and clubs in Georgia are open, so, it proved hard for the NBA to restrict people from partying. The only thing they can do is prevent the players from attending parties. Previously the NBA planned to cancel having the game this year, but they decided against cancelling.Many celebrities like 50 cent and Meek Mill hosted parties.It’s hard for the NBA to enforce this when they have no jurisdiction to control whether bars or clubs should be open or not. Brookhaven, a suburb of Atlanta, allowed bars to stay open this weekend till 4 AM. Major sports events always bring in fans from all over the world to watch the game and celebrate, but this isn’t a good idea during a Pandemic.If the NBA wanted to stop parties, they should have just canceled the game. Not having the All-Star game would have stopped people from coming to Atlanta and attending parties. Post Views: 31The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest PostsInesh ChariLiving in Watchung, New Jersey and a senior at the University of Rhode Island majoring in Communication Studies.Latest posts by Inesh Chari (see all) French Officials Identify Over 400 Sports Figures Suspected of Sexual Violence - April 5, 2021 Michael Jordan Could Change the Future of Nascar for the Better - March 30, 2021 Whoop Rewards Employees With $100 Each Month To Sleep - March 22, 2021 High School Announcer Spews Racist Remarks Towards Girl’s Basketball Team for Kneeling During Anthem - March 15, 2021 Related TopicsAll-StarAtlantaBasketballCOVID-19NBA Newsletter SubscriptionCan't Miss Posts! No Shame in Their Game – Female Mixed Martial Artists Use Onlyfans to Make Money by Brandon Berrios | posted on December 4, 2020 Dave Sims Reflects on Successful Career in Sports (Video) by Sunil Sunder Raj | posted on April 12, 2021 The Five Biggest Injuries of the 2020 NFL Season by Anthony Paradiso | posted on November 6, 2020 From Paramus High School to CBS Sports, Spero Dedes is making waves in sports broadcasting by Sunil Sunder Raj | posted on October 27, 2020 Exclusive Interview: SNY Personality, Maria Marino, Shares Career Journey (VIDEO) by Sunil Sunder Raj | posted on January 28, 2021More in COMMUNITY You Know I’m Right, Episode 106: Newsday’s Neil Best (Audio/Video)On the 106th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined once... Will Michael Jordan’s Exclusive Golf Course Enable Him To Take On The Pros?Michael Jordan Loves the Game of Golf: Michael Jordan is a former professional basketball... Underfunded College Sports : The “Side Door” to College AdmissionsI just finished watching Operation Varsity Blues: College Admissions Scandal on Netflix, and if... New York Baseball Parks Welcome Back Fans, But Is It Too Much Too Soon?Yankee Stadium and Citi Field to allow fans at 20% capacity. Athletes and their “Charitable” Contributions Klete Keller: American Sports Hero or “Misguided” American?