NBA All-Star Events
Finally — the reason that everyone traveled to the Queen City.
All three nights of games and events were a celebration of the NBA's past, present and future.
Things kicked off on Friday with the All-Star Celebrity Game at the Bojangles Coliseum, followed by the MTN Dew Rising Stars game at the Spectrum Center.
On Saturday, the flashiest events took place as State Farm All-Star Saturday Night took over the Spectrum Center. The Brooklyn Nets' Joe Harris dazzled in the Three-Point Contest, defeating hometown favorite and returning son Stephen Curry.
The AT&T Slam Dunk contest featured three superstars with ties to the host state, but it was Oklahoma City's Hamidou Diallo who won over the crowd with a honey dip dunk over Shaquille O'Neal and a slam over the head of star rapper Quavo.
Then on Sunday night, Team Giannis and Team LeBron went to war in a battle of the titans. The NBA's best and brightest took center stage and played in a competitive game of one-upsmanship throughout 48 minutes. In the end, Team Lebron was able to leave with the comfortable win, 178-164.
See you at NBA All-Star 2020?
All-Star Weekend is returning to Chicago next year for the first time since 1988. You can be a part of the action at NBA All-Star 2020 with an official ticket Package from NBA Premium. This is the only official source for you to get tickets to State Farm All-Star Saturday Night and the 69th Annual NBA All-Star Game, as they are not available to the general public. With the NBA returning to the house that Michael Jordan built, you'll want to make sure you don't miss out next year.