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NBA All-Stars Luka Doncic, Chris Paul banner 2021 Skills Challenge

NBA All-Stars Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks and Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns will display their vast array of talents in the 2021 Skills Challenge on Sunday, March 7 (Monday, March 8, Manila time) in Atlanta.

The Skills Challenge, which will take place before the NBA All-Star Game, will also feature Julius Randle of the New York Knicks, Domantas Sabonis of the Indiana Pacers, Nikola Vucevic of the Orlando Magic, and Robert Covington of the Portland Trail Blazers.

Doncic, who was named an NBA All-Star Game starter for the second year in a row, joins 2020 runner-up Sabonis and Vuvecic as second-time participants in the Skills Challenge.

Paul, an 11-time All-Star, will make his fifth appearance in the challenge and his first since 2011, while Randle and Covington will debut in the event.

The Skills Challenge is a three-round competition with a single-elimination tournament format. Two players will compete simultaneously on an identical course and the winner of each head-to-head matchup will advance to the next round. 

Two of the 6 participants, as chosen by the NBA, will receive a bye in the first round and automatically advance to the second round. First-round matchups will be announced at a later date. – Rappler.com