Curry, Booker headline Three-Point Contest
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The NBA named on Tuesday its participants for the All-Star Game's Slam Dunk and Three-Point Contests, as well as the Skills Challenge.

Unlike the Dunk Contest, the Three-Point Contest was able to attract stars to the competition, with Stephen Curry and Devin Booker leading a solid field.

Three-Point participant Team
Stephen Curry Warriors
Devin Booker Suns
Donovan Mitchell Jazz
Jaylen Brown Celtics
Jayson Tatum Celtics
Zach LaVine Bulls

Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard was originally supposed to join the contest, but he told Yahoo's Chris Haynes on Tuesday that he's not participating.

The Three-Point Contest and Skills Challenge will take place before Sunday's All-Star Game at State Farm Arena in Atlanta. The Slam Dunk Contest is scheduled for halftime of the game.

Slam Dunk participant Team
Obi Toppin Knicks
Anfernee Simons Trail Blazers
Cassius Stanley Pacers

Zion Williamson, Anthony Edwards, and Miles Bridges were reportedly among those who declined Dunk Contest invitations. Los Angeles Lakers swingman Alex Caruso also opted against participation, sources told The Athletic's Bill Oram.

The Dunk Contest will be judged by five former champions: Dominique Wilkins, Spud Webb, Jason Richardson, Dee Brown, and Josh Smith.

The Skills Challenge features more star power, led by Luka Doncic and Chris Paul, as well as New York Knicks breakout performer Julius Randle.

Skills Challenge participant Team
Luka Doncic Mavericks
Chris Paul Suns
Robert Covington Trail Blazers
Julius Randle Knicks
Domantas Sabonis Pacers
Nikola Vucevic Magic
Curry, Booker headline Three-Point Contest
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