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Playing host to NBA All-Star festivities taking place in the city he calls home, Dwight Howard teamed up with adidas and Footaction for one of the weekend's most talked-about parties. The shindig took place at an executive airport hangar about 20 minutes away from downtown Orlando and featured unique displays of adidas Basketball's citrus-flavored All-Star sneakers.
Joining Dwight and adidas for the occasion were a long list of notable names, including rappers Common and B.o.B.; singer Ne-Yo; Denver Broncos Defensive Rookie of the Year Von Miller; Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka; and New Jersey Nets rookie sensation MarShon Brooks . Also hitting the stage for special performances were Fabolous, Young Jeezy and DMC (of Run DMC), who of course blessed the crowd with the group's 1986 hit, "My adidas."
Read on for a look at some of the sights from Dwight Howard's adidas All-Star Party.