Check out these two pictures: 1 and 2.
Not bad, eh? (Sorry, don't want to get in trouble for posting the pictures here due to property rights and whatnot.)
Now check out this one.
What? There were three teams? No, in fact, the uniforms were as follows.
West: white front/gold back
East: blue front/(whitish) silver back
So, depending on the direction the players were turned, there appeared to be between one and three teams on the floor at any given time. I often had trouble distinguishing between the teams and I was watching on a 55 inch HDTV. (Look at the last picture again, zoom out a few times, and you'll see what I mean.)
Besides that, the All-Star Weekend shows were pretty great. TNT's team of Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith, and Ernie Johnson are the most entertaining in any sport. Largely due to Dwight Howard, the slam dunk contest was the best since 2000 (which featured Vince Carter). The dunk people are talking about most starts at 2:40.
It was almost as good as last year's All-Star Danceoff.