NBA All-Star Saturday Night takes place on Feb. 15, 2020, at the United Center in Chicago, IL.
The night of festivities consists of the Skills Challenge, Three-Point Contest and Slam Dunk Contest. Who will participate in each event?
Below, find participants for each of the events on All-Star Saturday Night.
All-Star Saturday Night date, time, TV Channel
Date: Sunday, Feb. 16
Time: 6:30am (IST)
Location: United Center, Chicago, IL
TV: Sony Ten 1
Slam Dunk Contest
|Pat Connaughton||Milwaukee Bucks|
|Aaron Gordon||Orlando Magic|
|Dwight Howard||Los Angeles Lakers|
|Derrick Jones Jr.||Miami Heat|
|Bam Adebayo||Miami Heat|
|Patrick Beverley||LA Clippers|
|Spencer Dinwiddie||Brooklyn Nets|
|Khris Middleton||Milwaukee Bucks|
|Derrick Rose||Detroit Pistons|
|Domantas Sabonis||Indiana Pacers|
|Pascal Siakam||Toronto Raptors|
|Jayson Tatum||Boston Celtics|
|Davis Bertans||Washington Wizards|
|Devonte' Graham||Charlotte Hornets|
|Joe Harris||Brooklyn Nets|
|Buddy Hield||Sacramento Kings|
|Zach LaVine||Chicago Bulls|
|Damian Lillard||Portland Trail Blazers|
|Duncan Robinson||Miami Heat|
|Trae Young||Atlanta Hawks|
This year's three-point contest will see a revised format in Chicago with the addition of two deep three-pointers that will be worth three points each.
Each round will now be a total of 27 shots instead of 25, with contestants now getting 70 seconds on the clock instead of 60.
The two extra shots will be from six feet beyond the three-point line, between the racks stationed on the wings and the top of the key, with a special green ball to be used to mark the new MTN DEW Zone.