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News » Trash talk, fun, bragging rights hot the spotlight

Trash talk, fun, bragging rights hot the spotlight

Trash talk, fun, bragging rights hot the spotlight
The NBA's All-Star Weekend in Phoenix kicks into high gear at 7 tonight. Here's a guide to the events, all televised on TNT.


You get a letter if you miss a shot the previous player has made. When you get H-O-R-S-E, you lose.


O.J. Mayo, Grizzlies His 99 3-pointers made lead group.

Kevin Durant, Thunder Highest FG percentage of three at 47.9

Joe Johnson, Hawks The veteran member of the competition.

Shooting Stars

Each team must make shots from different locations. The team to do so in the fastest time wins.


Tim Duncan, David Robinson, Becky Hammon San Antonio

Win last year gives them all-important psychological edge.

Aaron Afflalo, Bill Laimbeer, Katie Smith Detroit

Selection of Afflalo over Rodney Stuckey controversial.

Derek Fisher, Michael Cooper, Lisa Leslie Los Angeles

Will Fisher beat S.A. team on a 0.4-second shot?

Leandro Barbosa, Dan Majerle, Tangela Smith Phoenix

"Thunder Dan" helped PHX win '05 Shooting Stars title.

Skills Challenge

Players must complete a timed obstacle course that emphasizes dribbling, passing and shooting.


Devin Harris, Nets Speed won't be issue for emerging star.

Mo Williams, Cavs Replaces injured Magic guard Jameer Nelson.

Tony Parker, Spurs Jump shot improved since he competed in ?03.

Derrick Rose, Bulls Rookie has great all-around talent, poise.

3-Point Shootout

Shooters try to make as many 3-pointers as possible - out of 25 available shots - in one minute.


Mike Bibby, Hawks Best 3-point percentage of career at 41.3.

Daequan Cook, Heat Is he legit or stealing Matt Bonner's spot?

Danny Granger, Pacers Has emerged as star this season.

Jason Kapono, Raptors Going for third-straight shootout title.

Rashard Lewis, Magic Leads contestants with 147 threes made.

Roger Mason Jr., Spurs Shooting 44.9 percent from long range.

Slam Dunk Contest

The dunkers have their best slams ranked by a group of judges.


Dwight Howard, Magic Will he be Batman this year?

Rudy Fernandez, Blazers Fans' votes put rookie in the contest.

J.R. Smith, Nuggets Replaces hurt Grizzlies F Rudy Gay.

Nate Robinson, Knicks Won the 2006 dunk contest.

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