Towns, the Center of Minnesota Timberwolves, sat down at the show event on Saturday (local time) in the final round against Trae Young of the Atlanta Hawks and Luke Kennard from the Los Angeles Clippers and set a final record with 29 points. Young and Kennard came to 26 points each.
In the threesome competition, the participants must throw five threes of five different positions each and take as many distances as possible within a minute. “I think I am counting among the big players to the best gates of the NBA story – I needed this trophy to prove that,” Towns said. At 2.11 meters, the 26-year-old is the second largest player who won the threesome competition. Large was only Dirk Nowitzki at 2.13 meters, which was the best triple shooter in 2006.
Towns honored his died mother at the competition by wearing a chain of her. Towns’ mother died in April 2020 on the consequences of the Coronavirus. Usually the NBA prohibits wearing jewelry.
Dunk Champion Toppin
47 out of 50 points: Obi Toppin. Getty Images
Obi Toppin from New York Knicks brought himself to the victory at the dark competition characterized by striking many errors. The 23-year-old statch in the Final Juan Toscano-Anderson from the Golden State Warriors and impressed the jury most. At his last Dunk, Toppin received 47 out of 50 possible points when he moved the ball through his legs after jumping, tapping the game device with a hand against the board and then darkened through the ring.
In the third competition, the so-called Skills Challenge, Jarrett sat down all, Darius Garland and Evan Mobley as Team Cavs. When stinging in the final against a team of rookies, the CAVs hit the fastest a litter from the center line. The Skills Challenge combines Dribble, passport and throw actions.