The All-Star Saturday participants were announced Tuesday on TNT. NBA All-Star weekend is Feb. 18-20 in Cleveland.
The Saturday competitions will begin at 8 p.m. ET on TNT, starting with the Skills Challenge, followed by the 3-Point Contest and capped by the Slam Dunk.
Here are the participants for each competition:
The Skills Challenge will debut a new format this season with three teams of three players each. The teams will compete in three rounds featuring shooting, passing and dribbling skills. Then, the two teams with the most points will compete in a fourth and final round.
The first round will consist of each player getting 30 seconds to shoot in five spots of differing values. The second round tests passing, with each player getting 30 seconds to pass into oversized, moving targets of different sizes and distances. The third round is a timed relay with each player completing the course.
The final round between the top two teams is a half-court shot contest. Each player will attempt a half-court shot. The team to make the shot the fastest wins. If neither team makes a shot in the allotted time, the teams will repeat the round.
Antetokounmpo team: Alex Antetokounmpo (G League’s Raptors 905), Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks), Thanasis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks)
Cleveland Cavaliers team: Jarrett Allen, Darius Garland, Evan Mobley
Rookies team: Scottie Barnes (Toronto Raptors), Cade Cunningham (Detroit Pistons), Josh Giddey (Oklahoma City Thunder)
Desmond Bane (Memphis Grizzlies)
Luke Kennard (Los Angeles Clippers)
Zach LaVine (Chicago Bulls)
CJ McCollum (reportedly traded to New Orleans Pelicans)
Patty Mills (Brooklyn Nets)
Karl-Anthony Towns (Minnesota Timberwolves)
Fred VanVleet (Toronto Raptors)
Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks)
Jalen Green (Houston Rockets)
Obi Toppin (New York Knicks, last season’s runner-up)
Cole Anthony (Orlando Magic)
Juan Toscano-Anderson (Golden State Warriors)