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NBA All-Star Weekend 2019: Live updates, results of Skills Challenge, 3-Point, Dunk, TV channel, date, times


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NBA All-Star Weekend kicked off on Friday night with the Celebrity Game and Rising Stars Challenge, but now the real fun begins as All-Star Saturday Night is upon us. The showcase features three events: the Skills Challenge, 3-Point Contest and Dunk Contest.

The first event of the night was the Skills Challenge, and it ended in stunning fashionas Jayson Tatum threw in a half-court shot to beat Trae Young. Next, the Three-Point Contest will take center stage with all eyes on Stephen and Seth Curry as the hometown heroes look to take the title from last year’s champion, Devin Booker. Finally, the Slam Dunk Contest will be the main event of the evening as Dennis Smith Jr., Miles Bridges, John Collins and Hamidou Diallo do battle for the right to be named the NBA’s dunk king.

We’ve listed all the dates, times and locations for every event, along with viewing information for both TV and streaming options. Now there’s no reason to miss any of the action.

Live updates from All-Star Saturday:

 

How to watch NBA 3-Point Contest

  • Date: Saturday, Feb. 16
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET (Second event)
  • Location: Spectrum Center — Charlotte, North Carolina
  • TV: TNT
  • WINNER : Joe Harris

Who wins the NBA All-Star Weekend 3-Point Shootout? And what is the x-factor that puts him over the top? Visit SportsLine now to get Mike Barner’s pick for the NBA 3-Point Contest, all from the NBA expert hitting on an astonishing 74 percent of his NBA picks, and find out.  

After the Skills Challenge wraps up, we’ll move along to one of the marquee events, the 3-Point Contest. This is the 33rd edition, and the field has been expanded to 10 shooters this year. As always, there will be five racks of five balls set up around the 3-point line, and the shooters will have one minute to make as many shots as they can. The top three scores will advance to the championship round. Participants include Dirk Nowitzki, Steph Curry and his brother Seth Curry, as well as defending champion Devin Booker. For a full list of shooters, go here.

How to watch NBA Slam Dunk Contest

  • Date: Saturday, Feb. 16
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET (Third event)
  • Location: Spectrum Center — Charlotte, North Carolina
  • TV: TNT
  • WINNER : hamidou diallo

So which high-fliers should excite at the 2019 NBA Slam Dunk Contest? And what trend makes one player a must-back? Visit SportsLine right now to get Saturday’s NBA Slam Dunk Contest picks, all from the SportsLine expert on a massive 28-10 NBA heater, and find out.  

Finally, we’ll get to the main event of the evening, and really the entire weekend: the Slam Dunk Contest. This is the 34th edition, and once again there will be four dunkers. Like the Three-Point Shootout, this is a two-round event. Each dunker will get two dunks in the first round, with five judges scoring on a 6-10 scale. The two dunkers with the highest combined score will advance to the championship round, where they will once again get two dunks. Dennis Smith Jr. will participate for the second straight year, while the rest of the field is comprised of new faces. For a full list of dunkers, go here:  


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