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NBA All-Star Weekend Cheat Sheet: Odds & Picks for 3-Point Challenge, Dunk Contest, More

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David Dow/NBAE via Getty Images. Pictured: United Center in Chicago, Illinois during NBA All-Star weekend.

  • Check out our cheat sheet for all odds and picks for tonight's contests at NBA All-Star Weekend.

The entire NBA universe has descended on Chicago for the 2020 All-Star weekend to see the league’s biggest stars compete.

Our crew has the 2020 All-Star events covered with the latest odds for Saturday’s events, plus over/under picks and MVP predictions and more for Sunday’s game.

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2020 NBA All-Star Game Betting Odds

  • Spread: Team LeBron -5.5
  • Total: 299.5
  • Time: Sunday at 8 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: TNT

The format for the All-Star Game has seen some changes over the years, and new rules have come into play this season, too. John Ewing examines how that impacts the spread and over/under.

Looking to bet ASG MVP? Giannis Antetokounmpo, whose team is an underdog, is currently the favorite to win the MVP award. See the rest of the updated odds here. And here are our favorite bets for the All-Star Game, including who Wob is taking for MVP.

All-Star Saturday Events

Only two players have won the NBA Skills Challenge in back-to-back years. Jayson Tatum thinks he can become the third. Check out who our experts picked here.

The human inferno, Damian Lillard, unfortunately will not participate in this year’s 3-point Challenge, but our experts still see value on the board. Check out their favorite bets to win it all here.

Wondering which factors separate the best shooters in the world in this competition? Matt Moore looked at the variety of factors that can help you find value in Saturday night’s contest.

If you were hoping to walk into your local sportsbook and bet the Dunk Contest, you’ll be a little disappointed. Darren Rovell explains why here. Our experts didn’t let that stop them from picking a winner, though. See who they like to take home the hardware.

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The future stars of the NBA already took the stage on Friday night, but before they did, Wob went 1-on-1 with the Rising Stars on the biggest bets they’ve made on themselves.

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