Hisense helps you feel the joy of the game. Watching sports at home on a Hisense TV or projector will do a great job of approximating the intensity and emotion of the stadium experience. They bridge that gap between stadium-watched vs. home-watched sports events with remarkable cutting edge technology like the new QLED Mini-LED screens. Enter this contest and you might be one of the two winners of a new Hisense 55″ 4K UHD HDR QLED Mini-LED Smart Google TV. In addition, you might win the ultimate sport experience: a trip for two to Indianapolis for the ultimate in fun, enjoyable sporting events, the 2024 All-Star game.

Hisense TVs are built for storytelling

Few of us get to experience our favourite sporting events at the stadium. Oh, you might get to attend a handful of games in a season, but mostly, we watch them on television. On a great TV, like the newest models from Hisense, we can do more than just watch sports—we can experience them. Hisense is one of the first TV brands to incorporate amazing Mini-LED technology for brighter colours and deeper blacks than previously possible. Quantum Dot displays have been around long enough to prove how great they are for displaying amazing colours. However, with Mini-LEDs the TV is capable of more selective control of the brightness.

We recently published Shelly’s review of the Hisense QLED Mini-Led TV (part of the prize for this contest), and she discusses the brilliant display, the intuitive operating system, and many other features. From that review you can tell that it is great for anything you watch, including sports. The action in games like basketball is fast and intense, and the players, coaches, and even the fans in the crowd are living their dreams each and every game. On a great TV, like the one we are giving away in this contest, you can see it on their faces; you can feel their intensity, feel their passion, and feel their pain.

The NBA, like all sports, is more than a collection of games to be won and lost. They are a collection of amazing stories. Each game is a chapter in each player’s journey, and contributes to each team’s legacy. These amazing stories become part of our lives. We fans continue to tell these amazing stories over and over. From the rumours about draft picks to the final bell of the championship game, these stories captivate us, motivate us, and very often inspire us. And the best players, like those you will see at the All-Star game, continue to inspire us long after they stop playing.

NBA All-Star game is a celebration of the joy of sports

You might have guessed from the first section of this article that I am a sports fan. I attend games in person when I can, but love watching sports at home too. And I have tons of joyful sports related memories: from a fun Kamloops trip while playing basketball in high-school … to welcoming the NBA in Vancouver. These joyful sporting moments are a part of me—part of my personal story.

I would love to attend an All-star Game for many reasons. First of all, travelling to and experiencing the host city during All-Star weekend would be magical. One of my favourite sports memories was attending the first regular season game of the Vancouver Grizzlies in Vancouver in the mid 1990s. I watched every other televised Grizzlies game that I could … and loved it despite having a small, terrible TV. The crazy thing about the 2024 All-Star game is that I might actually get to see some of my favourite players from back then. Obviously, I would get to witness the amazing talents of the best of the best currently playing. But I would also get to see some of the best from the past. If I could win this contest (and I can’t since I’ll be selecting the winner!) and get to travel to Indianapolis for the All-Star game, I would hope to get to see the greatest Pacer ever, Reggie Miller. Now that would be a very joyful sports story.

Think about the importance of sports in your life then enter for your chance to win this incredible prize from Hisense and Best Buy.

How to enter

Entering this contest is easy and you can enter in three different ways.

  1. In a comment below, tell us one of your sports related joyful memories, and name one current or former NBA player that you would hope to see if you win the trip to the All-Star Game
  2. In a comment below Shelly’s review article, tell us two things that you learned about Hisense and/or their new Mini-Led TV from her article.
  3. Social post: For one additional entry, create a public post on a social media channel sharing with your friends and followers that you are entering a Best Buy blog contest for a chance to win a Hisense TV and a trip to the NBA All-Star game. Include the hashtag #HisenseNBABestBuyContest, so we can find your post, and include any picture from this contest page. Then return here and tell us in a comment below on which channel you posted it and the name of your channel (since many people use pseudonyms) so that we can check and verify your entry. You can use any social media channel (X, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Thread, LinkedIn, etc.), but the post must be public so we can verify it is there.

What you can win

At the end of this contest, we will randomly select two winners from all eligible entries. Each of these winners will get a new Hisense 55″ 4K UHD HDR QLED Mini-LED Smart Google TV and a trip for the winner and a guest (trip for two) to Indianapolis to enjoy the 2024 NBA All-Star game and related events. For complete prize details, please read the complete contest rules and regulations.

This contest runs from November 14th, 2023 to Jan 2nd, 2024.

Remember you can enter in three different ways as discussed above. Ask your friends and family to help you win. We do a lot of amazing contests on the Best Buy blog, but this kind of amazing opportunity to explore Hisense and attend a dream sporting event doesn’t happen every day. Carpe diem! Tell everyone you know.

Hisense TV and NBA All-Star Game contest rules and regulations

Good Luck

Editor in Chief
Martin loves working with the talented editors and writers on the Best Buy Blog as Editor-in-Chief. During his spare time he is either working on his next novel, cooking up a masterpiece in the kitchen, or adding some smart tech to his new home on Mayne Island in British Columbia.


  1. My favourite memory is driving in to Toronto to see a game and seeing all the lights, buildings and the CN tower.
    I would love to see Michael Jordan.

  2. One of my favorite sport memory was when Messi and the Argentina team won the 2022 Fifa Men’s WorldCup. I couldn’t makes it there in person although I really wanted to but Messi winning that trophy afer multiple attempts really brought a feeling of hope in me. As far NBA is concerned , I have never been any NBA game before but I remember when the Bucks won the championship with Gainnis leading them was really incredible and I did watch it on TV. I would like to watch him or steph play in person if the chance presents itself.

  3. I always enjoyed the story of Magic Johnson. While he didn’t really come back the same as before the world became more accepting of people living with HIV.

  4. My favorite sports memory was the Toronto Raptors 2019 playoff run that ended with the Larry OB!

    The player that I would like to see if Jason Tatum.

  5. My favourite memory is playing hockey against the teachers during Spirit Week! We nailed a puck to a mini hockey stick so I could slide the whole thing into the net! I tripped and fell flat and my stick and puck went flying! Busted! Hahaha! We all cracked up. Fun time 🙂

    Michael Jordan is who I’d like to meet.

  6. My favourite memory is that the sheer excitement and joy was palpable as I stepped into the arena, surrounded by the electrifying atmosphere of the event.

    I would hope to see Michael Jordan.

  7. I remember when I first started watching basketball and just loving the game. I became a big basketball fan after watching that every night. I would love to meet Karl-Anthony Towns

  8. Imagine attending the NBA All-Star Game and witnessing an electrifying moment on the court. Picture a breathtaking slam dunk contest where a player soars through the air, defying gravity, and leaving the crowd in awe. This moment would be etched in the memory of any basketball enthusiast.

    As for a current or former NBA player, it would be exciting to see Michael Jordan at the All-Star Game. Jordan, widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time, has had a profound impact on the sport and its global popularity. His presence would undoubtedly add a special touch to the All-Star festivities.

  9. One of my best sporting memories was when my wife and I went on an impromptu 4 day trip to Spring training in Florida to watch the Jays and ended up meeting and having dinner with the TV and radio crews from Sportsnet while we were down there.

    Would love to meet either Michael Jordan or Shaq at the All Star game

  10. going to hockey games with my dad was always awesome and i miss that and i would love to see steph curry at the all star game

  11. Watching the Raptors win the 2019 championship!
    Would love to see Kyle Lowry at the All Star and convince him to come back to the Raptors.

  12. Going to a NHL hockey game with my dad, just me and him. Was a special time as with 3 other siblings it was hard to have one on one time with my dad. I’d love to see La Bron James

  13. always a neighborhood grey cup party when i was growing up….lots of fond memories of that! would love to see Stephen Curry if I was to win a trip tp the alll star game

  14. My best sports related memory was way way back having my birthday party at the old Exhibition Place watching the Blue Jays vs Red Sox; nose bleed seats, but I was 10 and didnt care. Awesome time.

    Now on basketball – I’m old school. If I COULD meet any former NBA player, I’d be looking at the classic Celtics – Larry Bird, Kevin McHale. Not likely!

  15. Watching Tiger woods golf journey from the 90s to his current days with my dad would be my favorite sports memory.

    I would like to meet Scottie Barnes of the Raptors!!

  16. Raptors winning the cup against the warriors in Oakland. It was magical. It would great to see Siakam again in the all star game. This may be his last wearing a Raptors uniform.

  17. Favourite NBA play is Steph Curry – I remember the first time taking my son to see a NHL game, he was amazed by how big the arena was and excited to see the Zamboni.

  18. One of my sports related joyful memories was Kawhi Leonard hitting that amazing buzzer beater in the 2019 playoffs, and it would be cool to see Kawhi play in the All-Star Game.

  19. Going to a Blue Jays baseball game when our son was 3 years old, his favourite player was Jessie Barfield who he always call Jessie Garfield. Matthew was dressed in a Blue Jays outfit with Jessie’s number 29 on the back. He was calling for Jessie when all of a sudden Jessie looked up and saw him, next thing Jessie stopped signed a ball and tossed it up to us. He still says it was the best day of his life, and has the ball displayed. Our older son would love to meet Michael Jorden

  20. Going to an Oilers hockey game with my Dad, who is no longer with us, is my best sports memory!
    Would LOVE to see Steph Curry at the All Star Game

  21. Watching all sports when my dad was still here. We’re Canadian so hockey was priority but we love basketball too. I’d love to meet Michael Jordan


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