NBA All Star Weekend: Live coverage of the Saturday night events highlighted by the Slam Dunk contest with Magic’s Cole Anthony.

Here is the list of the fun events that makes up NBA ALL Star weekend from CBS

Here is the link to listen to all the action at 8 pm by clicking here.

Taco Bell Skills Challenge

When: Sat. Feb. 19, 8 p.m. ET  


Team Rooks

  • Scottie Barnes, Toronto Raptors
  • Cade Cunningham, Detroit Pistons
  • Josh Giddey, Oklahoma City Thunder

Team Cavs

Jarrett Allen, Cleveland Cavaliers

Darius Garland, Cleveland Cavaliers
• Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers

Team Antetokounmpo

How it works: Three teams — the Antetokounmpo brothers, the Cavaliers and rookies — will compete in a new format that features a four-round competition that tests shooting, passing and dribbling ability. Per the NBA, each of the three teams will compete in the first three rounds of the Taco Bell Skills Challenge. The two teams with the most “Challenge Points” after the first three rounds will advance to the Final Round.  Challenge Points are earned by winning each of the first three rounds. 

Round one is team shooting, round two is team passing, round three is team relay and the final round is half-court shots. 

MTN DEW 3-Point Contest

When: Sat. Feb. 19, 9 p.m. ET  



CJ McCollum, New Orleans Pelicans
Trae Young, Atlanta Hawks
Zach LaVine, Chicago Bulls
• Desmond Bane, Memphis Grizzlies
Karl-Anthony Towns, Minnesota Timberwolves
Fred VanVleet, Toronto Raptors
Luke Kennard, L.A. Clippers
Patty Mills, Brooklyn Nets

How it works: The 3-point contest will feature the same format as it has in the past. Per the NBA, each competitor will have 70 seconds (1:10) to shoot as many of the 27 balls as he can, with a maximum possible score of 40 points in a single round.  The three competitors with the highest scores in the first round will advance to the championship round.  The player with the highest score in the championship round will win the MTN DEW 3-Point Contest.

AT&T Slam Dunk

When: Sat. Feb. 19, 10 p.m. ET  



Cole Anthony, Orlando Magic
Juan Toscano-Anderson, Golden State Warriors
Obi Toppin, New York Knicks
• Jalen Green, Houston Rockets  

How it works: The dunk contest will follow the same format as it has in the past. Per the NBA, all four competitors will get two dunks in the first round. The two players with the highest combined score for their two dunks will advance to the final round. The two finalists will then get two dunks in the final round. The dunker with the highest combined score for his two dunks in the final round will win. 

71st NBA All-Star Game 

When: Sun. Feb. 20, 8 p.m. ET  


Team LeBron

Team Durant

How it works: Team LeBron and Team Durant will go head-to-head to determine the winner of the 2022 NBA All-Star game. For the third straight season, the NBA will utilize the ‘Elam Ending’ for the annual exhibition, which means that the game will end when a team hits a target score, as opposed to when the clock ticks down to zero. The target score is typically determined by adding a fixed number to the leading team’s total after three quarters of action. Whichever team hits that score first wins the game, regardless of how long it takes.