The New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets don't like each other very much right now. But they just revealed that, for one weekend in 2015, they're going to stop taking shots at one another long enough to co-host the 2015 NBA All-Star Weekend.

The NBA just announced that the Knicks are going to host the NBA All-Star Game on February 15, 2015, while the Nets will host all of the Saturday night activities, including the NBA 3-Point Shootout and the NBA Slam Dunk Contest.

"New York offers an extraordinary opportunity to host NBA All-Star events at two world-class venues," NBA Commissioner David Stern said earlier today. "We look forward to celebrating our game with basketball fans across the entire city, in all five boroughs."

Does that idea sit well with you? We're kind of interested to see how it works out. But if the rivalry between these two continues to grow, the last thing we want to see is them coming together to work on, well, anything.

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[via ESPN New York]