2016 NBA All-Star Weekend TV coverage on TNT and NBA TV

2016 NBA All-Star Weekend TV coverage on TNT and NBA TV Ryan Berenz

2016 NBA All-Star Weekend TV coverage on TNT and NBA TV

The NBA’s best head to Toronto’s Air Canada Centre for the 2016 NBA All-Star Weekend festivities Feb. 12-14. It’s the first time the NBA All-Star Game has been played outside the U.S. TNT and NBA TV combine to televise all of the events. Here’s a rundown of the festivities and who’s participating in them:

Friday, Feb. 12
2016 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge
TNT, 9pm ET
NBA All-Star Weekend opens with the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge featuring first- and second-year players in a Team USA vs. Team World exhibition game.

Saturday, Feb. 13
2016 State Farm All-Star Saturday Night
TNT, 8pm ET
NBA All-Star Weekend continues with the traditional Saturday night events, including the Taco Bell Skills Challenge, the Foot Locker Three-Point Contest and the Verizon Slam Dunk Contest.

Taco Bell Skills Challenge
Patrick Beverley, Rockets
DeMarcus Cousins, Kings
Draymond Green, Warriors
Anthony Davis, Pelicans
CJ McCollum, Trail Blazers
Karl-Anthony Towns, Timberwolves
Isaiah Thomas, Celtics
Jordan Clarkson, Lakers

Foot Locker Three-Point Contest
Stephen Curry, Warriors
James Harden, Rockets
Klay Thompson, Warriors
Khris Middleton, Bucks
Kyle Lowry, aptors
JJ Redick, Clippers
Chris Bosh, Heat
Devin Booker, Suns

Verizon Slam Dunk Contest
Zach LaVine, Timberwolves
Aaron Gordon, Magic
Will Barton, Nuggets
Andre Drummond, Pistons

Sunday, Feb. 14
2016 NBA All-Star Game
TNT, 8:30pm ET
The NBA All-Star Game brings the Association’s best to Toronto for its high-flying, high-scoring showcase of superstars. Playing in his final All-Star Game, L.A. Lakers great Kobe Bryant topped the ballot. Other top vote-getters included Golden State’s Stephen Curry, Cleveland’s LeBron James, Miami’s Dwyane Wade, and Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.

Eastern Conference Starters
Carmelo Anthony, New York
Paul George, Indiana
LeBron James, Cleveland
Kyle Lowry, Toronto
Dwyane Wade, Miami

Western Conference Starters
Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
Stephen Curry, Golden State
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio
Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City

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