NBA All-Star 2019: Live coverage Dunk Contest, Three-Point Contest and Skills Challenge


The fun and festivities of the All-Star Weekend are upon us.

After the NBA youngsters and celebrities put on a show on opening day, the attention now turns to individual contests between the stars.

Celebrities and All-Stars will line the court and watch on as the battles unfold in the Skills Challenge, 3-Point Contest and Slam Dunk Contest.

Will there be surprise appearances and just who will emerge victorious? Get set for the biggest and best few hours from All-Star Weekend.

Dunk Contest

Hamidou Diallo had the crowd and social media in a tailspin when he jumped up and over Shaquille O'Neal and finished his dunk with his elbow in the rim.

The incredible showing was enough to hand the Oklahoma City Thunder player the crown as he took down Dennis Smith Jr.

Three Point Contest

Joe Harris, Steph Curry and Buddy Hield made their way into the final, and Harris' hot hand continued as he buried an opening score of 26.

Hield couldn't keep his flow going and fell short. Then it was Curry's turn and a hot start saw him knock down nine of his first ten shots.

But a later stutter and Curry fell short by two as Harris claimed the crown!

Skills Challenge

Big Nikola battle as Vucevic and Jokic go head-to-head to get things started.

Vucevic missed his three-point shot to win as Jokic knocked it down to claim the victory.

Mike Conley made the hot start against Jayson Tatum, but again he couldn't bury the three and Tatum knocks him out

The speedsters in Trae Young and De'Aaron Fox put on a show with Young ending the contest in stunning fashion as he nailed the deep three to knock Fox out.

Luka took a page out of Young's book and attemped the halfcourt heave, before knocking down the three to eliminate Rising Stars MVP Kyle Kuzma.

Trae Young means business as he flies up and down the court to knock out Luka, he'll face off against Jayson Tatum in the final.

Jayson Tatum pulled off the miraculous final victory over Trae Young by hitting his final three-point shot from beyond halfcourt!

Taco Bell Skills Challenge

Guards Frontcourt
Luka Doncic, Dallas Mavericks Jayson Tatum, Boston Celtics
Trae Young, Atlanta Hawks Kyle Kuzma, Los Angeles Lakers
De'Aaron Fox, Sacramento Kings Nikola Vucevic, Orlando Magic
Mike Conley, Memphis Grizzlies Nikola Jokic, Denver Nuggets

3-Point Contest

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors
Seth Curry, Portland Trail Blazers
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks
Buddy Hield, Sacramento Kings
Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers
Danny Green, Toronto Raptors
Kemba Walker, Charlotte Hornets
Khris Middleton, Milwaukee Bucks
Devin Booker, Phoenix Suns
Joe Harris, Brooklyn Nets

AT&T Slam Dunk

Dennis Smith Jr., New York Knicks
Miles Bridges, Charlotte Hornets
Hamidou Diallo, Oklahoma City Thunder
John Collins, Atlanta Hawks

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