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NBA 3-point Shootout

Eight players are invited to compete in the annual three-point shooting contest held during All-Star Weekend, since 1986. Each shooter has 60 seconds to shoot the 25 balls in five racks outside the three-point line. Each ball is worth one point, except the last ball in each rack, which is worth two. Highest scores advance. First prize: $25,000.

First RoundPts
Wesley Person, Cle21
Predrag Stojakovic, Sac20
Steve Nash, Dal15
Failed to advancePts
Quentin Richardson, LAC14
Ray Allen, Mil14
Mike Miller, Orl10
Paul Pierce, Bos8
Steve Smith, SA8
Finals Pts
Predrag Stojakovic19*
Wesley Person19
Steve Nash18
*Stojakovic beat Person, 9-5, in a 24-second overtime.

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