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Saturday night during NBA All-Star Weekend is always one of the most fun nights of the season. The Skills Challenge, Three-Point Contest, and the Slam Dunk Competition will take the stage during this fun-filled weekend, with TNT (live stream) beginning its coverage of NBA All-Star Saturday Night at 8 p.m. ET.
The Skills Challenge is a competition where some of the NBA’s top players compete in an obstacle course-like challenge on the hardwood. This year, players like Joel Embiid, Al Horford, Andre Drummond, and Lou Williams will headline this event. Normally, guards dominate in this competition, but a big man could cruise to victory this year.
Basketball fans are getting ready to watch the NBA All-Saturday Night 2018 live streaming, and televised programming as a range of fun contests take place. Among them will be the famous 3-Point and Slam Dunk contests with new winners expected to be crowned. Featured in the latest competitions will be some of the NBA’s best and brightest stars including NBA Rookie of the Year frontrunner Donovan Mitchell, as well as All-Stars Paul George, Klay Thompson, and Bradley Beal. Here’s the latest preview of tonight’s events with odds, as well as how to watch the televised coverage or the NBA All-Star Saturday Night 2018 live stream online feeds.
According to NBA.com‘s report, Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell will be one to watch not only in tonight’s Slam Dunk Contest but also in the remainder of his season. The rookie has been helping to lead the Jazz to respectability in the tough Western Conference and currently may be the odds-on-favorite to win the Kia NBA Rookie of the Year Award. Mitchell, who also participated in last night’s Rising Stars game, will compete in this year’s dunk contest as a replacement for Orlando’s Aaron Gordon.