SCHEDULE OF WEEKEND EVENTS
Friday Feb 14:
| Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game
| BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge
Saturday Feb 15:
8:30 PM EST
Sears Shooting Stars (1st Event)
Taco Bell Skills Challenge (2nd Event)
Foot Locker Three-Point Contest (3rd Event)
Sprite Slam Dunk (4th Event)
Sunday Feb 16th:
8:00 PM EST
63rd NBA All-Star Game
Damian Lillard (Portland, Soph.)
Bradley Beal (Washington, Soph.)
Andre Drummond (Detroit, Soph.)
Harrison Barnes (Golden State, Soph.)
Terrence Jones (Houston, Soph.)
Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee, Rookie)
Jonas Valanciunas (Toronto, Soph.)
Dion Waiters (Cleveland, Soph.)
Miles Plumlee** (Phoenix, Soph.)
** Plumlee replaces Atlanta's Pero Antic, who is injured
Anthony Davis (New Orleans, Soph.)
Michael Carter-Williams (Philadelphia, Rookie)
Tim Hardaway Jr. (New York, Rookie)
Trey Burke (Utah, Rookie)
Jared Sullinger (Boston, Soph.)
Mason Plumlee (Brooklyn, Rookie)
Victor Oladipo (Orlando, Rookie)
Steven Adams (OKC, Rookie)
Kelly Olynyk (Boston, Rookie)
Tim Hardaway Jr. (NYK); Tim Hardaway Sr. (Legend); Elena Delle Donne (Chicago Sky)
Chris Bosh (MIA); Dominique Wilkins (Legend); Swin Cash (Chicago Sky)
Stephen Curry (GS); Dell Curry (Legend); Becky Hammon (San Antonio Stars)
Kevin Durant (OKC); Karl Malone (Legend); Skylar Diggins (Tulsa Shock)
> Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks
> DeMar DeRozan, Toronto Raptors
> Michael Carter-Williams, Phila. 76ers
> Victor Oladipo, Orlando Magic
> Trey Burke, Utah Jazz
> Damian Lillard, Portland Trail Blazers
> Goran Dragic, Phoenix Suns
> Reggie Jackson, Oklahoma City Thunder
> Arron Afflalo, Orlando
> Bradley Beal, Washington
> Kyrie Irving, Cleveland
> Joe Johnson, Brooklyn
> Marco Belinelli, San Antonio
> Stephen Curry, Golden State
> Damian Lillard, Portland
> Kevin Love, Minnesota
JOHN WALL----TERRENCE ROSS----PAUL GEORGE
DAMIAN LILLARD----HARRISON BARNES----BEN MCLEMORE
Rule Changes to Slam DUNK Contest
TWO TEAMS OF THREE COMPETITORS -- Three players representing the Eastern Conference and three players representing the Western Conference will compete in the two-round competition.
> The competition will feature two unique rounds of dunks. Both rounds will be team-based.
> The three dunkers for each conference will have a 90-second time limit for all three of them to participate in a freestyle dunk exhibition, featuring an unlimited number of dunks.
> Each dunker must make at least one dunk attempt during the freestyle round. Dunkers can attempt dunks in any order they determine and are free to assist each other.
> The East team will dunk first, followed by the West.
> After both teams compete, the panel of three judges will review their performances and submit a vote by selecting "East" or "West".
> The conference team with the higher number of judges' votes in the Freestyle Round will be given the choice of order for dunks in the Battle Round.
> The Battle Round will consist of head-to-head matchups pitting the East dunkers vs. the West dunkers.
> Each dunker will be limited to three attempts to complete a Battle Round dunk.
> The panel of judges will decide the winner of each head-to-head battle by choosing "East" or "West".
> Upon losing a head-to-head battle, the losing dunker is eliminated from the competition.
> The first conference to win THREE head-to-head battles will win the Battle Round and be crowned Slam Dunk champions.
> If a fourth or ultimately a fifth head-to-head battle is necessary to determine the winner, the remaining players from each conference will compete in the same order in which they began the Battle Round.