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LaVine and Curry rock Brooklyn!

This All-Star-Saturday will be remembered for a long time! Zach LaVine of the Minnesota Timberwolves won the dunk contest and showed several dunks from another planet. Previously, Warriors Guard Stephen Curry set a new record in the Three Point Contest and put on the sniper crown. Patrick Beverley shone in the Skills Challenge with comeback qualities - and Team Bosh is simply unbeatable.

Degree Shooting Stars

The first event of the evening was about being a team of three (NBA player, WNBA player, NBA legend) to hit a throw from four different positions on the court as quickly as possible.

Throws from the baseline, the middle distance and the triple line were permanently assigned, from the middle line all three team members were allowed to try their luck.

Four teams were at the start, the beginning was the Curry team with Stephen Curry and his father Del, as well as Sue Bird. Not all jumpers fell at the beginning, but then old master Del hit his second half-court shot. The first guideline time was achieved with a good 47 seconds.

It was pulverized by Team Westbrook (Russell Westbrook, Penny Hardaway, Tamika Catchings), however, because Penny, a former all-star for the Orlando Magic, snapped his first half-court attempt straight away. 35.2 seconds! Team Millsap (Paul Millsap, Scottie Pippen, Elena Delle Donne) had less luck with the attempt from the middle line and had to give up in the preliminary round with 51.4 seconds.

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Then it was the turn of the two-time defending champions: Team Bosh with Chris Bosh, Dominique Wilkins and Swin Cash got serious - Bosh immediately sank the first half-court shot. It only lasted an unbelievable 30.8 seconds - one of the best in the history of the competition.

Team Bosh and Team Westbrook were allowed to contest the final. The latter presented and hit the first jumpers with confidence, but then the last litter simply did not want to and did not want to fall. Zero of 26 was the balance from the center line, after one and a half minutes they were released.

So, of course, the pressure on Team Bosh wasn't too high. They could take their time, and after 57.6 seconds, Nique made the win for Team Bosh perfect with a successful heave. The Big Man of the Heat has won the last three Shooting Stars competitions - and celebrated the triumph with a high-spirited leap on Wilkins' back.

Page 1: Team Bosh defends Shooting Stars title

Page 2: Comeback! Beverley wins skills challenge

Page 3: Record! Curry is a force in the Three Point Contest

Page 4: LaVine rocks the Dunk Contest!