It’s time for the biggest and brightest to show off their skills as West meets East in the 2015 NBA All-Star game, which takes place tonight (Sunday, February 15) at Madison Square Garden in NYC.

 Consumer Press has everything you need to know, including the full day’s TV schedule, free live streaming options, All-Star starters and predictions.

Game Time: 8:30 P.M. (EST) on TNT & TBS.   Coverage starts  at 7 P.m. (EST) on TNT with NBA Tip-off, featuring Charles Barkley, Shaquille O’Neal, Ernie Johnson & Kenny Smith, who will be analyzing and commentating throughout the broadcast as well.

Kevin Harlan and Reggie Miller will be calling the play-by-play action.

Free Live streaming is available on your PC, tablet or smartphone through,  TNTOvertime  or the WatchTNT app, which can be downloaded from iTunes or The Google Play Store.

Streaming can be accessed from anywhere, but you will need to sign in with a participatiing cable provider to use these services.

Those who have an NBA League Pass can also stream the events to any of their devices or computer.  For those interested, League Passes start at $69 for half a year (limited time).

TV Schedule

There is also a full day of TV events leading up to the game,  which are as follows:

12:30 P.M. (EST) – TNT: NBA Legends Brunch-

2:30 P.M. (EST) – NBA TV: NBA D-League All-Star Game Presented by Kumho Tires

5 P.M. (EST) – NBA TV: NBA Game Time

6 P.M. (EST) – NBA TV: Sprint Pre-Game Concert.

Starters & Predictions

This year the West Coast is being led  by Golden State coach Steve Kerr and will have the following players starting for them: Stephen Curry (Golden State), Demarcus Cousins (Sacramento)- who’s filling in for an injured Kobe Bryant (Los Angeles Lakers), Anthony Davis (New Orleans), Marc Gasol (Memphis) and Damian Lillard (Portland) who is replacing the injured Blake Griffin (Los Angeles Clippers).

The East Coast is led by Mike Budenholzer, Atlanta’s head coach.  The East Coast starters are: Carmelo Anthony (New York), Pau Gasol (Chicago), LeBron James (Cleveland), Kyle Lowry (Toronto) & John Wall (Washington).

With the West Coasts explosive line-up and the overall relaxed atmosphere of these games I expect the West Coast to win 165-140.  I also predict Curry, with his MVP type season so far, will  be MVP here too and put on quite a show.

Who do you think will win the 2015 NBA All-Star game?  Share your predictions with us below.