CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Joe Harris of the Brooklyn Nets held off Golden State’s Stephen Curry to win the 3-point contest at All-Star Saturday night time.
Harris built 12 consecutive pictures at just one point in the closing spherical on his way to a rating of 26 details. Curry was second with 24 in the finals, and Sacramento’s Buddy Hield was 3rd with 19 details.
The Warriors’ star built his initial nine pictures of the closing spherical, then skipped 3 of five pictures from the leading of the vital.
Stephen Curry won the initial spherical with 27 details out of a attainable of 34. Hield was second with 26 details, and Harris completed with 25 to seize the final spot in the finals.
There ended up 10 players in the occasion, and 7 went out in the initial spherical.
Defending champion Devin Booker built his closing 7 pictures but was eliminated in a tie for fourth with Danny Environmentally friendly with 23 details. The other competition who did not progress: Dirk Nowitzki and Damian Lillard (17), Seth Curry (16), Kemba Walker (15) and Khris Middleton (11).
Dennis Smith Jr. from the crosstown Knicks later on took portion in the Slam Dunk Contest.
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