NBA Pro Basketball Slam Dunk and Three Point Challenge Sports Betting Preview for Saturday

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Day 2 of the All Star Break will feature the fan popular Three Point and Slam Dunk contest. The action begins from Charlotte on Saturday February 16th at 8PM Eastern Time and TNT TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Stephen Curry the +160 odds favorite to win the Three Point contest. The veteran point guard is shooting 44.4% from the three point line this season. He was the winner in the 2014-15 season.

Second in the wagering is the talented second year man Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns at +500 odds. Booker is the defending champion having won the contest last season at Staples Center in LA. Booker’s numbers are down from three this season hitting only 32.5%. He has been bothered by a hamstring injury this season.

The home town Charlotte Hornets will have a representative as Kemba Walker is a longshot at +1500 odds. Walker is converting on 36.2% from three this season. The 28 year old is in his eighth season in the NBA all with the Hornets.

The Slam Dunk contest favorite is Dennis Smith Jr. recently traded to the New York Knicks returns +175 odds. Smith participated in the contest last season finishing second. He is in his second season in the NBA. He is averaging 17 points per game with the Knicks which is four points per game improvement over his numbers with his former team Dallas Mavericks this season.

Second in the wagering is John Collins of Atlanta who brings back +225 odds. The sophomore power forward is in his second season in the NBA with the Hawks. Collins is averaging 19.1 points per game which is nine point improvement over his rookie campaign.

Longshots include Miles Bridges of Charlotte Hornets at +250 odds and Hamidou Diallo of Oklahoma City Thunder at +400 odds. Miles Bridges the rookie out of Michigan St is seeing an average of 19 minutes per game posting 6.5 points per game. Diallo a 20 year old rookie plays only 11 minutes per night averaging 4.2 points per game.

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