The NBA All-Star game takes place tomorrow night but this evening sees some of the league’s best stars take on the dunk contest and three-point challenge to prove who is the best.
The night begins with the Taco Bell Skills Challenge before Eric Gordon aims to defend his title in the three-point challenge.
To do so, he will have to beat former champion Klay Thompson and he is also joined by fellow All-Stars Bradley Beal, Paul George and Kyle Lowry.
The Phoenix Suns’ Devin Booker, Miami Heat’s Wayne Ellington and the LA Clippers’ Tobias Harris make up the rest of the field.
That will be swiftly followed by the dunk contest as Dennis Smith Jr, Donovan Mitchell, Victor Oladipo and Larry Nance Jr look to show off their skill-set.
Only Oladipo has competed in the dunk contest before, finishing runner-up to Zach LaVine in 2015.
The Cavaliers’ Nance Jr has openly spoke about his desire to compete in the dunk contest to emulate his father, Larry Nance Sr.
And there is plenty of hype surrounding both Mitchell and Smith Jr, who gave a small glimpse of what to expect in last night’s Rising Stars Challenge.
It promises to be an entertaining evening down in Los Angeles, and here is how you can watch the action for free.
How to watch NBA All-Star Saturday night for free
BT Sport is the exclusive home of the NBA in the UK for the 2017/18 season and will also be home to all the action this All-Star weekend.
The Saturday night coverage begins at 1am (GMT) on BT Sport 1.
And BT Broadband/BT Infinity customers are able to tune into the BT Sports app to watch the action for free.
To tune in for the NBA All-Star game, BT Sport’s coverage begins at 1am Sunday evening.
BT Sport broadcast up to seven lives games per week throughout the regular season and the first and second rounds of the playoffs, as well as every game of the conference finals and NBA Finals.