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NBA ALL-STAR 2019-2020 SEASON WEEKEND SATURDAY CHI-TOWN PICKS

NBA All-Star Weekend 2019-2020 Season - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets

SLAM DUNK CONTEST:

Gordon is creative, but I think Derrick Jones Jr. is the play. The man floats and won the D-League contest already, the value is there. Dwight is washed up, will do a cool Kobe tribute. And the Massachusetts native, Connaughton, will show some bounce, but I don’t think he’s worth the consideration. Gordon and Jones will be in the final (-105 if you call that), and Jones will float to the NBA All-Star 2019-2020 season championship.

DERRICK JONES TO WIN, and if you have the option you call GORDON/JONES FINALIST

NBA All-Star Weekend 2019-2020 Season - Derrick Jones Jr. #5 - Miami Heat
Derrick Jones Jr. – Miami Heat

THREE-POINT CONTEST:

Trae Young is the heavy favorite, but I think everyone is a threat outside of Bertans, LaVine, and Graham. Harris looks to defend his win last year in the NBA All-Star 2019 contest, but I’m going with the Miami Heat sweep and rooting for Duncan Robinson to win the Three-Point Contest. He has been shooting lights out and will shoot like the robot he is with no defense in his face. Another one with a lot of value who can get hot is Hield, but…

I’ll take ROBINSON and the 43% SHOOTER FROM 3 to win a close contest!

NBA All-Star Weekend 2019-2020 Season - Duncan Robinson #55 - Miami Heat vs. Atlanta Hawks
Duncan Robinson – Miami Heat

SKILLS CHALLENGE:

Tatum looks to defend his title, but I think the best play is Dinwiddie, he’s silky smooth! The first-time all-star will look to get the weekend off right. Beverly can’t shoot, and the rest can’t make the passes with ease. I think Tatum comes to play, but Dinwiddie hits the first three when it comes down to the head-to-heads. Dinwiddie won this in 2018 and will look to reclaim the title.

SPENCER DINWIDDIE +300 – BOOK IT

NBA All-Star Weekend 2019-2020 Season - Spencer Dinwiddie #8 - Brooklyn Nets vs. New York Knicks
Spencer Dinwiddie – Brooklyn Nets

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