NBA All-Star Game 2019: News, schedule, rosters, results

Diallo embraces having one of the best dunks of all time (0:39)

Rachel Nichols catches up with 2019 Slam Dunk Contest winner Hamidou Diallo to talk about his dunk over Shaq. (0:39)

All-Star Weekend is here, and we've got you covered, from roster details all the way to the final bucket. Here's everything you need to know heading into All-Star Weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina.

All-Star celebrities: Ray's still got game

Someone give Ray a 10-day! Ray Allen hasn't played since the 2014 NBA Finals, but it didn't show Friday as the Hall of Famer put on a shooting display in Charlotte. Allen put up 24 points and 9 rebounds, including plenty of "4-pointers" in a losing effort.

Famous Los wins MVP: The comedian, Instagram star and former Division II baller poured in 22 points to take home the MVP and lead Team Home to the thrilling 82-80 victory. He also put up the game's only 5-point play!


Ray Allen shows up to play, Famous Los takes home MVP

Ray Allen shows up to play with 24 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists as Famous Los wins MVP with 22 points in the 2019 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game.

Rising Stars: USA! USA!

MVP Kuzma leads the way: Rising Stars MVP Kyle Kuzma dropped a game-high 35 points to propel Team USA to a 161-144 victory Friday. Ben Simmons carried Team World with 28 of his own.

Dunk contest ... on a Friday? Hawks high flyer John Collins, who will participate in this weekend's dunk contest, warmed up with handful of highlight-reel slams. If his performance in the Rising Stars game was any indication, we should be in for a show on All-Star Saturday night.

Rising Stars grades: How did Rookie of the Year favorite Luka Doncic fare? What about stars Donovan Mitchell and Jayson Tatum? Kevin Pelton grades the games of all 20 players to hit the court in Charlotte.


Dunk party at Rising Stars Challenge highlighted by Collins

John Collins, Marvin Bagley III and Ben Simmons highlight the best dunks from the 2019 NBA Rising Stars Challenge.

More: Full rosters | Rising Stars history | Tickets

All-Star Saturday Night: Skills, shots and slams

Skills: Tatum's half-court heave wins it
In a final-round showdown against Trae Young, the Boston Celtics sophomore let one fly from half court to take home the title.


Tatum hits half-court shot to win skills challenge.

Jayson Tatum needs a half-court shot to knock off Trae Young in the finals of the skills challenge.

3s: Nothin' but Net
It was all setting up to be Stephen Curry's night, but Joe Harris had other plans. The Brooklyn Nets marksman outshot the hometown favorite 26-24 in the final round to win the 3-point title.


Harris claims 3-point crown

Joe Harris outduels Steph Curry and Buddy Hield to win the 3-point contest.

Dunks: Diallo brings the Thunder
The Oklahoma City rookie channeled his inner Superman, leaping over Shaquille O'Neal and finishing with a Vince Carter-esque slam to capture the crown as dunk contest king.


Diallo jumps over Shaq and puts elbow in rim

Hamidou Diallo clears Shaquille O'Neal and gets his elbow in the rim while revealing the Superman logo on his chest.

Grading every player on All-Star Saturday night
How did Seth Curry fare in the 3-point contest? What about Charlotte's own Miles Bridges in the dunk contest? Kevin Pelton grades all 22 participants that hit the court.

More: Participants | Previous winners | Tickets

68th NBA All-Star Game: Sunday, 8 p.m. ET (TNT)

Team LeBron vs. Team Giannis: For the second straight year, the two teams were selected using a playground-style draft. Top vote-getters LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo served as captains.

King of recruiting? LeBron might have ulterior motives during All-Star Weekend, as five of his first six picks -- Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Kawhi Leonard, Anthony Davis and Klay Thompson -- are able to hit the free-agent or trade market this summer. It's not "tampering," as Antetokounmpo joked on draft night, but it sure is something to watch this weekend.

We have a trade! Simmons, Westbrook switch sides: It was deadline day, after all. James and Antetokounmpo negotiated a blockbuster trade that sent reigning Rookie of the Year Ben Simmons to Team LeBron in exchange for OKC's triple-double machine Russell Westbrook. Was the deal fair? ESPN Insider Kevin Pelton grades the blockbuster move.

How was the player pool selected? The 10 starters were selected via a vote combination: 50 percent from fans, 25 percent from players and 25 percent from basketball media. The two starters with the most fan votes in each conference -- James from the Western Conference and Antetokounmpo from the Eastern Conference -- were named captains. The league's coaches made their selections for the 14 reserves.

On draft night, the captains picked from the pool of starters before moving on to the 14 reserves and a newly added third round featuring special roster additions Dwyane Wade and Dirk Nowitzki, all regardless of conference affiliation.

Betting line: Team LeBron (-6) vs. Team Giannis | Total 309.5 (via Westgate Las Vegas SportsBook)

More: Full rosters | ASG history | Tickets

Can you draft the perfect All-Star roster?

Step into the shoes of one of this year's NBA All-Star captains and pick your squad like you're back on the playground. Can you draft a winning team?

All-Star news and analysis


All-Star Celebrity Game

When: Friday
Where: Bojangles' Coliseum, Charlotte
TV: ESPN (7 p.m. ET)

Rising Stars Challenge

When: Friday
Where: Spectrum Center, Charlotte
TV: TNT (9 p.m. ET)

All-Star Saturday: Dunks, 3s and skills

When: Saturday
Where: Spectrum Center, Charlotte
TV: TNT (8 p.m. ET)

68th NBA All-Star Game

When: Sunday
Where: Spectrum Center, Charlotte
TV: TNT (8 p.m. ET)