With the NBA’s All Star Weekend right around the corner, the league’s best will be pinned head to head at the United Center in Chicago, the home of the Bulls February 14 through the 16. This is 69 All Star game and the third time it has been held in Chicago. The last time it has been held in Chicago was in 1988 and before that was 1973 in Chicago Stadium.


Friday, February 14

The NBA’s young, explosive talent will be showcased during the Rising Star Challenge at 9 p.m. ET. The teams will be separate into two teams, World and US. Players such as Miles Bridges (Charlotte), Trae Young (Altanta) and Zion Williams (New Orleans) will represent team U.S. While RJ Barret (New York), Luka Doncic (Dallas) and Deandre Ayton (Phoenix) will represent the World Team.


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Saturday, February 15, 8 p.m. ET

The Skills Challenge, Dunk Contest and Three Point contest will be held on the 15. There has been some stir up for participants for the Dunk and Three Point Contest. There has been rumors say who will and who will not be participating. Some of these rumors consist of Doncic and Young participating in the Three Point Contest. One confirmed participant is Chicago Bulls’ guard Zach Lavine. This is the first time he will be attending the Three Point Contest. Lavine is averging 24.9 points per game and 28 points per game in January. This is a career high for the former Dunk Contest Champion. Lavine this season has made 154 three point field goals in just 54 games this season, which is a career high. He is shooting 37.4% from behind the arc, if Lavine wins the three point contest, he will be the first player ever to win both a Dunk Contest and Three Point Contest in their career.

Aaron Gordan (Orlando), and Derrick Jones Jr. (Miami) have committed to the Dunk Contest, and Dwight Howard (Los Angeles) has officially accepted his invitation.

Sunday, February 16, 9 p.m. ET

Team LeBron and Team Antetokounmpo face off in the All Star game this year. LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo were selected as captains this year. Both teams will tribute the legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna Bryant. Team LeBron will wear No. 24 for Kobe and team Anteokounmpo will wear No. 2 for Gianna.

NBA Celebrity Game TBD – Wintrust Arena, Chicago, IL, US from $159

Friday Feb 14 NBA Rising Stars Challenge
8:00 p.m. – United Center, Chicago, IL, from $120

Friday Feb 14

PARKING PASSES ONLY NBA Rising Stars Challenge TBD – United Center Parking Lots, Chicago, IL, US, from $20

Saturday Feb 15

NBA All-Star Practice and Media Day 9:30 AM – Wintrust Arena, Chicago, IL, US, from $88

Saturday Feb 15

NBA All-Star Saturday Night featuring Dunk and 3-Point Contests 7:00 PM – United Center, Chicago, IL, US from $900

Saturday, Feb 15

PARKING PASSES ONLY NBA All-Star Saturday Night featuring Dunk and 3-Point Contest TBD – United Center Parking Lots, Chicago, IL, US, from $25

Sunday Feb 16 2020 NBA All Star Game TBD – United Center, Chicago, IL, US, from $1,100

Sun Feb 16 PARKING PASSES ONLY NBA All Star Game TBD – United Center Parking Lots, Chicago, IL, US

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