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2020 nba all star game odds

Bet The 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend! NBA Lines, Odds, and Picks

  •  This year's NBA All-Star will honor the life of Kobe Bryant. Fittingly, changes to the game's format and other weekend competitions promise to raise the bar.  
  • Get ready to bet the Skills Competition, 3-Point Contest, Slam Dunk Contest, and the 2020 NBA All-Star Game!

2020 NBA All-Star Weekend Betting

The 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend is here, showcasing the best players and talent from the best basketball league in the world. Get ready for an exciting and fun basketball betting favorite.

Skills Challenge

Try your skills for picking who you believe to be the most skilled player for shooting, passing, and dribbling.

The lineup is chock-full of talent pitted against each other through an obstacle course that's known for tripping up even the best of players. But, Brooklyn Nets' Spencer Dinwiddle leads the odds with a +200 moneyline. The competition used to be dominated by point guards, but big men and wings are now stepping up to take their shot. Check out more odds below. 

SPENCER DINWIDDIE                      +200

SHAI GILGEOUS-ALEXANDER      +300

PASCAL SIAKAM                               +400

JAYSON TATUM                                +500

KHRIS MIDDLETON                          +500

PATRICK BEVERLEY                          +600

DOMANTAS SABONIS                    +700

BAM ADEBAYO                                 +1000

More NBA All-Star Weekend Odds

3-Point Contest

Make your picks for the winning sharpshooter in this year's 3-Point Contest. A few new snipers line up for the competition that will be without a Golden State player for the first time in many years.

The absence of the Splash Brothers holds the advantage of having more choices to pick from among the new contestants. Atlanta Hawks guard, Trae Young, Duncan Robinson, Joe Harris, and Davis Bertans are all at +400.

Portland Trail Blazers' elite sniper, Damian Lillard, is the favorite to take home the title at +275. (Note: Lillard won't participate in this Contest or the All-Star Game due to injury. Devin Booker (+500) joins the 3-3-Point Contest).

Harris won the Contest last year but has intense competition from Bertans and Young. Underdog Devonte Graham has a +850 moneyline but can catch fire sinking threes, so don't count him out.

This year's event includes a couple of new rules that add a pair of shots from twenty-nine feet, each worth three points. Players known for hitting from long may hold an advantage.

Slam Dunk Contest

The crowd's favorite event follows the 3-Point Contest. The lineup shows familiar faces who promise to pump things up with some wild and crazy antics.

If your memory goes back to the '80s, this year is the first since 1988's legendary showdown between His Airness and Dominique Wilkins of this event being held in Chicago.

Orlando Magic, Aaron Gordon, and Miami Heat's Derrick Jones Jr. are the favorites to win having +110 and +150, respectively. Newcomer Pat Connaughton (+300) from the Bucks and Laker Dwight Howard (+400) will also participate.

NBA All-Star Game

The Los Angeles Lakers' one and only LeBron James and the Milwaukee Bucks' "Greek Freak" Giannis Antetokounmpo lead their all-star studded towards victory for their fans.

But it's not only winning that matters anymore; this year, the stakes are raised after each quarter's win will now count for charity donations to Chicago-based community organizations.

This year's event also honors the life of basketball great Kobe Bryant with a new game ending in which the fourth quarter's time clock will not run out until the score reaches 24.