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All-Star 2020

NBA All-Star 2020: Live coverage Slam Dunk Contest, Three-Point Contest and Skills Challenge

2020 All-Star Saturday Night winners
2020 All-Star Saturday Night winners (NBA Getty Images)

The fun and festivities from Chicago continued on All-Star Saturday Night, with the Skills Challenge, the Three-point Contest and the Slam Dunk contest taking centre stage at the United Center.

Here's a summary of the best from all three events:

Taco Bell Skills Challenge

Miami Heat big man Bam Adebayo is your 2020 Skills Challenge champion after taking down Indiana Pacers big man Domantas Sabonis.

Adebayo became the first Heat player to win the Skills Challenge since Dwyane Wade in 2007.

Adebayo stunned Pascal Siakam in the second round, knocking down the triple on the second try to advance, while Sabonis got the edge on Middleton to make it an all big man final.

Guards Frontcourt
Spencer Dinwiddie Jayson Tatum
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Pascal Siakam
Khris Middleton Domantas Sabonis
Patrick Beverley Bam Adebayo

MTN Dew Three-point Contest

From the field of eight, Suns' Devin Booker (27) , Kings' Buddy Hield (27) and Wizards' Davis Bertans (26) advanced to the final round.

In the final round, Hield edged out Booker's 26-point tally with the help of his last shot.

Player Team 3P%
Duncan Robinson Miami Heat 43.8%
Davis Bertans Washington Wizards 42.4%
Joe Harris Brooklyn Nets 40.8%
Trae Young Atlanta Hawks 36.9%
Devonte' Graham Charlotte Hornets 37.4%
Buddy Hield Sacramento Kings 38.5%
Devin Booker Phoenix Suns 35.8%
Zach LaVine Chicago Bulls 35.8

AT&T Slam Dunk Contest

Final round - After both Jones Jr. and Gordon recorded 50-point dunks thrice, the former won the title with a 48-point dunk that was a near free-throw-line windmill

In response, Gordon dunks over 7-5 Celtics' center Tacko Fall but received a 47, falling one-point short.

Aaron Gordon (100) and Derrick Jones Jr. (96) advance to the final round of the Slam Dunk contest!!!

Here's a look at the second dunk from all the contestants in Round 1:

Here's a look at the first dunk from all the contestants in Round 1:

Player Team
Aaron Gordon Orlando Magic
Dwight Howard Los Angeles Lakers
Derrick Jones Jr. Miami Heat
Pat Connaughton Milwaukee Bucks

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