On Sunday, the Black Eyed Peas performed at the Super Bowl halftime show to scattered praise, a good deal of scorn, and mass indifference. It was another relatively dull halftime for the NFL, which has used the post-Janet Jackson years to book the least offensive acts possible. Occasionally, this has been a good thing, like when Bruce Springsteen played two years ago or Prince brought down the house in 2007. But it also breeds events like this year's show, in which Slash coming out to sing "Sweet Child O' Mine" with Fergie was somehow supposed to be exciting.
The NBA doesn't book huge acts for its biggest halftime extravaganza, the All-Star game halftime show, but it does take a few more chances. So keep that in mind when you take a look at the performers for this All-Star weekend. From the league's press release:
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Grammy Award-winning international superstars Rihanna and Lenny Kravitz will headline the 2011 NBA All-Star Entertainment Series presented by American Express. Kravitz will