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2019 NBA All-Star Game
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2019 NBA All-Star GameDateFebruary 17, 2019ArenaSpectrum CenterCityCharlotte, North CarolinaNational anthemAnthony Hamilton (American)
Carly Rae Jepsen (Canadian)[1]Halftime showJ. Cole[1]NetworkTNT
TBS (as all-star game)AnnouncersMarv Albert, Reggie Miller and Chris Webber
Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Chris Webber, Kenny Smith and Donovan Mitchell (All-Star Saturday Night)
Adam Lefkoe and Frank Kaminsky (Rising Stars Challenge)NBA All-Star Game < 2018 2020 >

The 2019 NBA All-Star Game will be the 68th edition of an exhibition basketball game played on February 17, 2019. This will be the second time that the format will not be East/West. The game will be held at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, home of the Charlotte Hornets.[2] Charlotte was announced as host on May 24, 2017. This will be the second time that Charlotte will host the All-Star Game; the first time was in 1991, at the Hornets' previous home arena Charlotte Coliseum.[3] The game was supposed to be played in Charlotte in 2017, but was moved to New Orleans because of controversy surrounding the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act. The game will be televised by TNT for the 17th straight year.

Contents
  • 1 All-Star Game
    • 1.1 Coaches
    • 1.2 Rosters
    • 1.3 Draft
    • 1.4 Lineups
    • 1.5 Game
  • 2 All-Star Weekend
    • 2.1 NBA on TNT American Express Road Show
    • 2.2 Celebrity Game
    • 2.3 Rising Stars Challenge
    • 2.4 Skills Challenge
    • 2.5 Three Point Contest
    • 2.6 Slam Dunk Contest
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links
All-Star Game Coaches @media all and (max-width:720px){.mw-parser-output .tmulti>.thumbinner{width:100%!important;max-width:none!important}.mw-parser-output .tmulti .tsingle{float:none!important;max-width:none!important;width:100%!important;text-align:center}}Mike Budenholzer (left) and Michael Malone (right) were selected as head coach for Team Giannis and Team LeBron, respectively.

The two teams were coached from their respective conference. Mike Budenholzer, coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, was named as the head coach for Team Giannis.[4] Michael Malone, coach of the Denver Nuggets, was named as the head coach for Team LeBron.[5] It marks the first time since the 2008 NBA All-Star Game where both coaches did not have a playoff berth during the previous season.[6]

Rosters

The rosters for the All-Star Game are selected through a voting process. The NBA partnered with Google and removed counting #nbavote hashtags as fan votes. The starters were chosen by the fans, media, and current NBA players. Fans made up 50% of the vote, and NBA players and media each comprised 25% of the vote. The two guards and three frontcourt players who received the highest cumulative vote totals were named the All-Star starters.[7] NBA head coaches will vote for the reserves for their respective conferences, none of which can be players from their own team. Each coach selects two guards, three frontcourt players and two wild cards, with each selected player ranked in order of preference within each category. If a multi-position player is to be selected, coaches are encouraged to vote for the player at the position that was "most advantageous for the All-Star team", regardless of where the player was listed on the All-Star ballot or the position he was listed in box scores.

The All-Star Game starters were announced on January 24, 2019. Kyrie Irving of the Boston Celtics and Kemba Walker of the Charlotte Hornets were named the backcourt starters in the East, earning their sixth and third all-star appearances, respectively. Kawhi Leonard of the Toronto Raptors and Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks were named the frontcourt starters in the East, both earning their third all-star appearances. Joining in the East frontcourt was Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers, his second selection.[8]

Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and James Harden of the Houston Rockets were named to the starting backcourt in the West, earning their sixth and seventh all-star appearances, respectively. In the frontcourt, Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors was named to his tenth career all-star game, along with Paul George of the Oklahoma City Thunder and LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers, their fifth and 15th all-star selections, respectively.[8]

The All-Star Game reserves were announced on January 31, 2019.[9] The West reserves include Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder, his eighth selection, Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors, his fifth selection, LaMarcus Aldridge of the San Antonio Spurs, his seventh selection, Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers, his fourth selection, Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans, his sixth selection, Nikola Jokić of the Denver Nuggets, his first selection, and Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves, his second selection.[10]

The East reserves include Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors, his fifth selection, Khris Middleton of the Milwaukee Bucks, his first selection, Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards, his second selection, Victor Oladipo of the Indiana Pacers, his second selection, Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers, his first selection, Nikola Vučević of the Orlando Magic, his first selection, and Blake Griffin of the Detroit Pistons, his sixth selection.[10]

On February 1, 2019, Commissioner Adam Silver named Dwyane Wade and Dirk Nowitzki as special team roster additions for the game, citing their contributions to the game, and it will be their final seasons. They were selected in the final round of the 2019 All-Star Draft, making each roster consist of 13 players.[11]

  • Italics indicates leading vote-getters per conference
Eastern Conference All-Stars Pos Player Team No. of selections Starters[8] G Kemba Walker Charlotte Hornets 3 G Kyrie Irving Boston Celtics 6 F Kawhi Leonard Toronto Raptors 3 F Giannis Antetokounmpo Milwaukee Bucks 3 C Joel Embiid Philadelphia 76ers 2 Reserves[10] G Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors 5 G Victor OladipoINJ1 Indiana Pacers 2 F Khris Middleton Milwaukee Bucks 1 G Bradley Beal Washington Wizards 2 G Ben Simmons Philadelphia 76ers 1 F Blake Griffin Detroit Pistons 6 C Nikola Vučević Orlando Magic 1 G Dwyane WadeSPL Miami Heat 13 G D'Angelo RussellREP1 Brooklyn Nets 1

Western Conference All-Stars Pos Player Team No. of selections Starters[8] G Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors 6 G James Harden Houston Rockets 7 F Kevin Durant Golden State Warriors 10 F Paul George Oklahoma City Thunder 6 F LeBron James Los Angeles Lakers 15 Reserves[10] G Russell Westbrook Oklahoma City Thunder 8 G Damian Lillard Portland Trail Blazers 4 G Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors 5 F Anthony Davis New Orleans Pelicans 6 F LaMarcus Aldridge San Antonio Spurs 7 C Nikola Jokić Denver Nuggets 1 C Karl-Anthony Towns Minnesota Timberwolves 2 F Dirk NowitzkiSPL Dallas Mavericks 14

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^INJ1 Victor Oladipo was unable to play due to a knee injury.[10]
^REP1 D'Angelo Russell was selected as Victor Oladipo's replacement.[12]
^SPL Special roster addition.[11]

Draft

The draft took place on February 7, 2019. LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo were named as captains for receiving the most votes from the West and East, respectively.[8] The first eight players drafted are starters. The next 14 players (seven from each conference) were chosen by NBA head coaches. The final two selections were selected from the special team roster additions to the game. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver will select the replacement for any player unable to participate in the All-Star Game, choosing a player from the same conference as the player who is being replaced. Silver's selection would join the team that drafted the replaced player. If a replaced player is a starter, the head coach of that team will choose a new starter from his cast of players instead.

James picked Kevin Durant with his first pick, and Antetokounmpo picked Stephen Curry second. After the draft, James traded 16th pick Russell Westbrook to Antetokounmpo for 13th pick Ben Simmons. Team Giannis will be the home team due to the Eastern Conference having home team status for the game.[13]

2019 All-Star Draft Pick Player Team 1 Kevin Durant LeBron 2 Stephen Curry Giannis 3 Kyrie Irving LeBron 4 Joel Embiid Giannis 5 Kawhi Leonard LeBron 6 Paul George Giannis 7 James Harden LeBron 8 Kemba Walker Giannis 9 Khris Middleton Giannis 10 Anthony Davis LeBron 11 Nikola Jokić Giannis 12 Klay Thompson LeBron 13 Ben Simmons* Giannis 14 Damian Lillard LeBron 15 Blake Griffin Giannis 16 Russell Westbrook* LeBron 17 D'Angelo Russell Giannis 18 LaMarcus Aldridge LeBron 19 Nikola Vučević Giannis 20 Karl-Anthony Towns LeBron 21 Kyle Lowry Giannis 22 Bradley Beal LeBron 23 Dwyane Wade LeBron 24 Dirk Nowitzki Giannis

*Ben Simmons was traded to Team LeBron and Russell Westbrook went to Team Giannis.

Lineups Team Giannis Pos Player Team Starters C Joel Embiid Philadelphia 76ers F Giannis Antetokounmpo Milwaukee Bucks F/G Paul George Oklahoma City Thunder G Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors G Kemba Walker Charlotte Hornets Reserves G Khris Middleton Milwaukee Bucks C Nikola Jokic Denver Nuggets G Russell Westbrook Oklahoma City Thunder F Blake Griffin Detroit Pistons G D’Angelo Russell Brooklyn Nets C Nikola Vucevic Orlando Magic G Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors F/C Dirk Nowitzki Dallas Mavericks Head coach: Mike Budenholzer (Milwaukee Bucks)

Team LeBron Pos Player Team Starters F Kevin Durant Golden State Warriors F LeBron James Los Angeles Lakers F/G Kawhi Leonard Toronto Raptors G James Harden Houston Rockets G Kyrie Irving Boston Celtics Reserves F/C Anthony Davis New Orleans Pelicans G Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors G Damian Lillard Portland Trail Blazers G Ben Simmons Philadelphia 76ers F/C LaMarcus Aldridge San Antonio Spurs C Karl-Anthony Towns Minnesota Timberwolves G Bradley Beal Washington Wizards G Dwyane Wade Miami Heat Head coach: Michael Malone (Denver Nuggets)

Game TNT, TBS February 17, 2019
8:30 pm ET Preview Team LeBron vs. Team Giannis Spectrum Center, Charlotte, North Carolina All-Star Weekend NBA on TNT American Express Road Show

The 2019 All-Star Weekend will kick off on Thursday, February 14, 2019 with the annual NBA on TNT American Express Road Show. It will be a live broadcast of Inside the NBA that will take place at The Fillmore Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina and will be hosted by Ernie Johnson Jr., Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Shaquille O'Neal with special performances by Chris Tucker (Thursday) and Rae Sremmurd (Friday).[14]

Celebrity Game Further information: NBA All-Star Weekend Celebrity Game

The 2019 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game presented by Ruffles will be played on Friday, February 15, 2019, at the Bojangles' Coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina.[15][16] The Home team features personnel who either was born, raised, and/or played in North Carolina or South Carolina. Both teams will have one "Hometown Hero" on their roster honoring exemplary citizens who rose to the occasion to help save others in the time of need.[17] Playing for the Home Team is Jason Weinmann, a 47 year-old U.S. Marine who used his own military transport vehicle to rescue New Bern, NC residents stranded during Hurricane Florence in 2018.[18] Playing for the Away Team is James Shaw Jr., an 29 year-old electrical technician who disarmed a gunman armed with an AR-15 style rifle during the Nashville Waffle House shooting in Antioch, Tennessee.[19]

ESPN February 15, 2019
7:00 pm ET Away Team vs. Home Team Bojangles' Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina Away Player Background Ronnie 2K Director of influencer marketing, 2K Sports Ray Allen former NBA Player AJ Buckley Actor Bad Bunny Singer Stefanie Dolson (2) WNBA player Marc Lasry (4) Milwaukee Bucks owner Hasan Minhaj (2) Actor/comedian Quavo (2) Rapper (Migos) Adam Ray About Last Night host Amanda Seales Actor/comedian, recording artist James Shaw Jr. Hometown hero Brad Williams About Last Night host Head Coach: Sue Bird (WNBA player)

Home Player Background Mike Colter Actor (Luke Cage) Chris Daughtry Singer, Daughtry Terrence Jenkins (5) TV personality/actor Famous Los Comedian, social media influencer Dr. Oz TV Personality Rapsody Rapper Bo Rinehart Musician, NEEDTOBREATHE JB Smoove Actor/comedian (Curb Your Enthusiasm) Steve Smith Former NFL player A'ja Wilson WNBA player Jay Williams ESPN Analyst Jason Weismann Hometown hero Head Coach: Dawn Staley (United States women's national basketball team's coach)

Rising Stars Challenge Further information: Rising Stars Challenge Team World[20] Pos. Nat. Player Team R/S F OG Anunoby Toronto Raptors Sophomore C DeAndre Ayton Phoenix Suns Rookie G Bogdan Bogdanović Sacramento Kings Sophomore G/F Luka Dončić Dallas Mavericks Rookie G Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Los Angeles Clippers Rookie F Rodions Kurucs Brooklyn Nets Rookie F Lauri Markkanen Chicago Bulls Sophomore G Josh Okogie Minnesota Timberwolves Rookie G/F Cedi Osman Cleveland Cavaliers Sophomore G/F Ben Simmons Philadelphia 76ers Sophomore Head Coach: Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas Mavericks)

Team USA[20] Pos. Player Team R/S C Jarrett Allen Brooklyn Nets Sophomore F Marvin Bagley III Sacramento Kings Rookie G Lonzo BallINJ Los Angeles Lakers Sophomore F John Collins Atlanta Hawks Sophomore G De'Aaron Fox Sacramento Kings Sophomore F/C Jaren Jackson Jr. Memphis Grizzlies Rookie F Kevin KnoxREP New York Knicks Rookie F Kyle Kuzma Los Angeles Lakers Sophomore G Donovan Mitchell Utah Jazz Sophomore F Jayson Tatum Boston Celtics Sophomore G Trae Young Atlanta Hawks Rookie Head Coach: Kyrie Irving (Boston Celtics)

^INJ Lonzo Ball is unable to participate due to a left ankle injury.[21]
^REP Kevin Knox was selected as Lonzo Ball's replacement.[22]

TNT February 15
9:00 pm ET Boxscore Team World vs. Team USA Spectrum Center, Charlotte, North Carolina


Skills Challenge Further information: Skills Challenge Contestants Pos. Player Team Height Weight G Mike Conley Jr. Memphis Grizzlies 6–1 175 G/F Luka Dončić Dallas Mavericks 6–7 218 G De'Aaron Fox Sacramento Kings 6–3 175 C Nikola Jokić Denver Nuggets 7–0 250 F Kyle Kuzma Los Angeles Lakers 6–9 220 F Jayson Tatum Boston Celtics 6–8 208 C Nikola Vučević Orlando Magic 7–0 260 G Trae Young Atlanta Hawks 6–2 180 Three Point Contest Further information: Three Point Contest Contestants Pos. Player Team Height Weight First round Final round G Devin Booker Phoenix Suns 6–6 210 G Seth Curry Portland Trail Blazers 6–2 185 G Stephen Curry Golden State Warriors 6–3 190 G Danny Green Toronto Raptors 6–6 215 G/F Joe Harris Brooklyn Nets 6–6 218 G Buddy Hield Sacramento Kings 6–4 214 G Damian Lillard Portland Trail Blazers 6–3 195 G/F Khris Middleton Milwaukee Bucks 6–8 222 F Dirk Nowitzki Dallas Mavericks 7–0 245 G Kemba Walker Charlotte Hornets 6–1 184 Slam Dunk Contest Further information: Slam Dunk Contest Contestants Pos. Player Team Height Weight First round Final round F Miles Bridges Charlotte Hornets 6–7 225 F John Collins Atlanta Hawks 6–10 234 G Hamidou Diallo Oklahoma City Thunder 6–5 198 G Dennis Smith Jr. New York Knicks 6–3 195 References
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