It ended up beingn’t so very sometime ago that the basic idea of an NBA All-Star Game going ahead seemed impossible, but come March 7 in Atlanta, we will have a game. There have been some players who have been unhappy with this event going ahead, but as it stands now, all the players voted in who are healthy will be in attendance. There are going to be some differences this though, compared to what we are used to, which is what we are going to get into first weekend. Let’s get directly to it to help you make your wagers against their NBA chances.
NBA Wagering Preview for the 2021 each Star Game
All-Star Game Format
Rather than being a complete week-end of occasions, the All-Star celebrations will need put on a night that is single coming Sunday. How will that work? Let’s take a look and see. Prior to the start of the game, we will have the skills contest and the shootout that is 3-point even though the half-time show includes the dunk competition. Considering the fact that you will find perhaps not likely to be any fans in attendance, it shall be interesting to see how these events go, as it’s very often the energy in the building that gets players fired up for these contests.
- The Skills Contest – This is due to start at 6:30 PM on Sunday night and will have the following players part that is taking Robert Covington (path Blazers), Luka Doncic (Mavericks), Chris Paul (Suns), Julius Randle (Knicks), Domantas Sabonis (Pacers), Nikola Vucevic (Magic).
- 3-Point Contest – As mentioned earlier in the day, this occasion will even happen ahead of the All-Star Game tip-off, using the players that are following to take part – Devin Booker (Suns), Jaylen Brown (Celtics), Stephen Curry (Warriors), Zach LaVine (Bulls), Donovan Mitchell (Jazz), Jayson Tatum (Celtics).
- Dunk Contest – This is always one of the most anticipated elements of the All-Star weekend, and it should still be a ton of fun while it is now taking place at half-time instead of on a different day. The players planned to get involved are – Anfernee Simons (Path Blazers), Cassius Stanley (Pacers), Obi Toppin (Knicks).