Clarion and Crescent are planning to hold big-ticket games at their hotels during the 2017-2018 basketball season, sources confirmed to Bleacher Sports.
The three hotels will host all three games in Las Vegas during the 2020-21 season, and the games will be open to the public.
The games will also be available on the Clarion’s video screens.
It is unclear if the games have anything to do with the cancellation of the NBA All-Star game scheduled for March 7, 2020, as expected.
The two hotels are both owned by the same company, Clarion Properties Group.
They have previously hosted NBA All Star games at both the Holiday Inn Las Vegas and the Mandalay Bay.
Both the hotels are owned by Marriott International.