2016 NBA ALL STAR 3-POINT SHOOT-OUT CONTEST TORONTO
- Winner: Klay Thompson (GS)
- Stephen Curry had to score the first round last shot to go to the final round, but his teammate Klay Thompson stole the show tying the 27 points record that Curry made in 2015.
- Curry made eleven consecutive shots in the first round.
- No player have scored all the money-balls of the ‘special rack’.
- This contest was the second year with the new rules. Every player can pick a rack to shoot five money-balls. That means that the new maximum score is 34 instead of 30.
|Devin Booker #||20||16|
|James Harden #||20|
|JJ Redick #||20|
|C.J. McCollum *||14|
|* C.J. McCollum was the replacement for injured Chris Bosh (strained calf).|
|# Booker won a 30 seconds tie-breaker (12 points). Redick 9 and Harden 8.|
- Warriors Stephen Curry made an All-Star record with 27 points to win last year’s 3 Point Shootout Contest.
- Nobody since Jason Kapono (2007–2008) has won the contest in two consecutive editions.
- The competitors with the highest score after the first round will compete head-to-head on the final.
- Stats through Feb. 3
|Chris Bosh *||MIA||78||213||0.366||1|
|* Chris Bosh (strained calf) was replaced by Portland’s CJ McCollum.|
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