The NBA All-Star Game is set for this Sunday and we have the 3-Point Contest beforehand. The NBA just announced the field for the 3-point shootout and it’s, well, pretty loaded. This may have something to do with the fact that the League doesn’t want too many outside players coming to Atlanta. So they everyone participating in the 3-Point Contest this year are All-Stars. Here’s a look at the field:
The 3-Point Contest will take place at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday prior to the NBA All-Star Game. There will also be the Skills Challenge beforehand and then the Slam Dunk Contest at halftime of the game. The NBA hasn’t announced the full list of players partaking in the other events. We do know two New York Knicks players will be participating. Obi Toppin is reportedly in the Slam Dunk Contest while Julius Randle is going to be in the Skills Challenge.