NBA/WNBA All-Star 2Ball
In 2Ball one NBA and one WNBA player, who compete on teams from the same city, are paired up in a competition in which they alternate taking shots from seven designated spots on the half court, accumulating points for every made basket. Each team has one minute to perform, and the point amounts differ according to each spot's distance away from the basket. First prize: $25,000. Teams: Charlotte—Dawn Staley and David Wesley; Cleveland—Eva Nemcova and Trajan Langdon; Houston—Sheryl Swoopes and Cuttino Mobley; Orlando—Nykesha Sales and Tracy McGrady; Phoenix— Brandy Reed and Jason Kidd; Sacramento—Ruthie Bolton-Holifield and Predrag Stojakovic; Utah—Natalie Williams and Byron Russell; Washington—Nikki McCray and Richard Hamilton.
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