Three Point Shooting Contest

Defending champion Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns and former Winners Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and Dirk Nowitzki of the Dallas Mavericks will participate in the 2019 MTN DEW 3-Point Competition on Saturday, Feb. 16 in Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The 33rd 3-Point Competition, with first time name spouse Mtn Dew, is a part of State FarmĀ® All-Star Saturday Night, which also features the Taco Bell Skills Challenge and AT&T Slam Dunk. All-Star Saturday Night will broadcast live on TNT and ESPN Radio in the USA at 8 pm ET. NBA All-Star 2019 will reach lovers in over 200 nations and territories in over 40 languages in their own televisions, computers, cellular telephones and phones.

Expanding to 10 players this season, the MTN DEW 3-Point Competition field comprises 2019 NBA All-Stars Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers, Khris Middleton of the Milwaukee Bucks and Kemba Walker of the Charlotte Hornets also as Seth Curry of the Portland Trail Blazers, Danny Green of the Toronto Raptors, Joe Harris of the Brooklyn Nets and Buddy Hield of the Sacramento Kings.

What: 2019 MTN DEW 3-Point Contest

When: Saturday, Feb. 16 | 8 p.m. ET (second event)


Where: Spectrum Center

Joe Harris to compete in NBA Three-Point Contest

The last time that a UVA basketball player engaged in among NBA All-Star Saturday’s competition (Slam Dunk Contest, 3-point Shootout or Skills Challenge) was once Ralph Sampson engaged in the 1984 Slam Dunk Contest. This year which will alter as Joe Harris will get involved in the NBA 3-point Contest. Based on Brian Lewis of the New York Post, he’s learned from a league source that Harris is going to be a player in the competition. “Joe Harris is going to be called to the 3-point Competition at All-Star Weekend, according to a league source. The contestants will not be formally announced until Tuesday,” wrote Lewis. “Coming into Saturday’s 102-89 reduction at Orlando, the Nets sharpshooter was third in the NBA at 3-point shooting 46.2 percent, supporting just Seth Curry and Davis Bertans. The sole real player in Nets history to be over 45.0 percent moving in the All-Star fracture (min. 100 tries ) was the late Drazen Petrovic in 47.2 in 1992-93.”