NBA All-Star Weekend is in full swing. On Friday night, the celebrity game gave way to a revamped Rising Stars challenge, where Detroit Pistons rookie and Rising Stars MVP Cade Cunningham led Team Barry to the title in the new four-team tournament.
The Rising Stars wasn't the only All-Star event to get a tweak. Saturday night's skills challenge featured three squads of three -- Team Cavs, Team Antetokounmpo and Team Rooks -- battling for the title. Cleveland Cavaliers rookie Evan Mobley drained a half-court shot to give the home team a final-round win over the rookies, while Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo and brothers Thanasis and Alex finished third.
The 3-point contest saw Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns set a final-round record with 29 points to become the first big man to win the title since Kevin Love in 2012. And in the dunk contest, the New York Knicks' Obi Toppin outdueled the Golden State Warriors' Juan Toscano-Anderson to take home the hardware.
Which stars shined brightest in Cleveland? We're grading every participant during All-Star Saturday night.