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All-Star Saturday Night Live Thread: Brooklyn Nets Edition, 8:00 PM EST

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Not all is lost for the Brooklyn Nets this All-Star weekend, as they’ll have not one but two players showing up on Saturday night.

First up, Spencer Dinwiddie will be “defending” his Skill’s Competition championship. Defending, but Jayson Tatum won last year, right? Well, Dinwiddie was unable to compete last February because he was sidelined with a thumb injury.

Next, Joe Harris will look to let ‘em fly as he defends his 3-Point Contest championship. Harris, the holder of the highest score in tournament history, will look to become the first back-to-back winner since 2007-08 when Jason Kapono won in back-to-back years.

Festivities begin at 8:00 PM on TNT, and will culminate in the Slam Dunk competition which, well, let’s just hope for the best there, yeah?