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    NBA ALL-STAR THREE POINTS CONTESTS FROM 2009-2000

    • All NBA Three Points Contest results and background information for the contests from 2000-2009.
    • Click on the respective year you see all the information including videos.
    • See also Slam Dunk Winners, Records, and Players.

    2009 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST PHOENIX

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2009

     

    Players1st RoundFinal
    Daequan Cook *1815
    Rashard Lewis1715
    Jason Kapono1614
    Mike Bibby14
    Roger Mason13
    Danny Granger13
    * Daequan Cook won the final tiebreaker by 19-7.

    2008 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST NEW ORLEANS

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2008

     

    Players1st RoundFinal
    Jason Kapono20 25
    Daniel Gibson1717
    Dirk Nowitzki1714
    Peja Stojakovic15
    Richard Hamilton14
    Steve Nash9

    2007 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST LAS VEGAS

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2007

     

    PlayersFirst RoundFinal
    Jason Kapono1924
    Gilbert Arenas2317
    Dirk Nowitzki209
    Mike Miller18
    Damon Jones15
    Jason Terry10

    2006 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST HOUSTON

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2006

     

    PlayersFirst RoundFinal
    Dirk Nowitzki1418
    Gilbert Arenas1416
    Ray Allen1915
    Jason Terry13
    Quentin Richardson12
    Chauncey Billups12

    2005 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST DENVER

    • Winner: Quentin Richardson (PHO)

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2005

     

    PlayersFinalBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Quentin Richardson1945
    Kyle Korver1842
    Voshon Lenard1652
    1st RoundBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Quentin Richardson1433
    Kyle Korver1443
    Voshon Lenard2155
    Ray Allen1321
    Joe Johnson812
    V. Radmanovic621

    2004 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST LOS ANGELES

    • Winner: Voshon Lenard (DEN)
    • In his first appearance, Denver Nuggets shooting guard Voshon Lenard was able to break the streak of 2 consecutive victories of Stojakovic.
    • By second consecutive year, only 6 players participated in the contest. In addition to the Kings forward, Rashard Lewis was the only player with some experience in the contest (eliminated in the first round in 2001), but his 16 points were not enough to reach the final, like contest newcomers Mobley and Billups that only made respectively 13 and 12.
    • Lenard with a regular performance did 18. The rookie of the Philadelphia 76ers Kyle Korver confirmed that he is one of the best shooters and made the final with 19 points including a spectacular streak of 9 consecutive 3 pointers.
    • Meanwhile, Stojakovic confirmed his favoritism with 21.
    • In the final Kyle Korver only made 15 points, for the 18 of Voshon Lenard. When everything seemed to indicate that Stojakovic would win the contest for the third consecutive year, he only got 16 points in the final series, his worst performance in his 4 contest finals.
    • In the last attempt, Peja had the possibility of tying with Lenard, but it failed the 2 point ball.
    • Lenard got the victory thanks to his success with the ABA balls tricolors (he made the 5) and in spite of scoring a basket less than Peja.

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2004

     

    PlayersFinalBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Voshon Lenard1845
    Peja Stojakovic1642
    Kyle Korver1552
    1st RoundBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Voshon Lenard1854
    Peja Stojakovic2153
    Kyle Korver1993
    Rashard Lewis1642
    Cuttino Mobley1332
    Chauncey Billups1233

    2003 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST ATLANTA

    • Winner: Peja Stojakovic (SAC)
    • Repeating the 2002 contest, Peja Stojakovic won again in the tiebreaker against Wesley Person, in a exciting contest with very high scores.
    • In the first round, Pat GarrityDavid Wesley and Antoine Walker, who had a lot of troubles to shoot all the balls because of his slow pace, were eliminated. He almost made a negative record, but he got 5 of 7 points in the last seconds.
    • Wesley Person didn’t shoot well, but he made the minimum (14 points) to enter in the final round.
    • More effective were Stojakovic and Brent Barry, both with 19 points.
    • In the final, Person began slow but finished on fire with 20 points. Stojakovic’s answer was great, reaching the 20 points barrier, but he missed his last 2 shots.
    • Brent Barry only made 17 points, and he’ll have to wait until another edition to become the first player to win the slam dunk and the shootout contest.
    • This edition, the tie-break had a complete minute instead of 30 seconds. Stojakovic shot first, but his series was a chaos (13 points). He shot while a buzzer started to work, some balls almost hit him on the face … so the judges decided to cancel this attempt.
    • Person was the first to shoot now, and he only made 16 points. Theoretically, Peja had to be very tired at this moment of the contest, but he kept surprising people scoring 22 points (Maximum score in a final tied with Craig Hodges) in order to get his second contest.

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2003

     

    PlayersFinalBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Peja Stojakovic20 *43
    Wesley Person20 *73
    Brent Barry1742
    1st RoundBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Peja Stojakovic1941
    Wesley Person1442
    Brent Barry1954
    Pat Garrity1341
    David Wesley1242
    Antoine Walker731
    Tiebreaker: Stojakovic 22 (best streak 5 and 4 3-Color Ball) – Person 16 (4 and 1)

    2002 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST PHILADELPHIA

    • Winner: Peja Stojakovic (SAC)
    • Peja Stojakovic improved his second place of the past edition, while Ray Allen (the defending champ) fell in the first round.
    • In the final, Peja and Cavaliers shooter Wesley Person tied with 19 points. Peja won in the 24 seconds tie-break by 9-5.
    • The surprises were Paul Pierce and Steve Smith, with only 8 points in the first round.

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2002

     

    PlayersFinalBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Peja Stojakovic1951
    Wesley Person1952
    Steve Nash1852
    1st RoundBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Peja Stojakovic2193
    Wesley Person2044
    Steve Nash1543
    Quentin Richardson1443
    Ray Allen1461
    Mike Miller1022
    Paul Pierce831
    Steve Smith820

    2001 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST WASHINGTON

    • Winner: Ray Allen (MIL)
    • Players were selected for two reasons, the best averages and most 3 pointers made.
    • Ray Allen was the best, while Peja Stojakovic almost won two contests in a day (minutes before he won the 2Ball with Ruthie Bolton Holifield), and Dirk Nowitzki repeated as a finalist.
    • Allen had only 9 points with 10 balls left, but in that moment he showed why he is one of the top shooters in the NBA, scoring 9 consecutive shots (10 points) that gave him the victory.

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2001

     

    PlayersFinalBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Ray Allen19103
    Peja Stojakovic1743
    Dirk Nowitzki1031
    1st RoundBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Ray Allen2063
    Peja Stojakovic1953
    Dirk Nowitzki1753
    Pat Garrity1533
    Steve Nash1443
    Rashard Lewis1242
    Allan Houston1142
    Bryon Russell1021

    2000 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT CONTEST OAKLAND

    • Winner: Jeff Hornacek (UTA)
    • Hornacek won again in the (probably) worst contest in the history.
    • The final was ugly, winning Hornacek with only 13 points.
    • This edition only had two rounds, with three players in the final.
    • The German Dirk Nowitzki is the tallest player (7 foot) in this kind of contest.

    THREE POINT RESULTS 2000

     

    PlayersFinalBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Jeff Hornacek1332
    Dirk Nowitzki1124
    Ray Allen1031
    1st RoundBest Streak3-Color Ball
    Jeff Hornacek1772
    Dirk Nowitzki1863
    Ray Allen1634
    Mike Bibby1553
    Terry Porter1552
    Hubert Davis1472
    Allen Iverson1021
    Bob Sura951