NBA All-Star betting options

By Chris Havlicek

Updated 2/16/24 3:50pm ET

Few events on the NBA calendar generate more excitement among fans and bettors alike than All-Star Weekend, which begins Friday night in Indianapolis.

The annual tradition since 1951, the league’s midseason showcase has grown from a single exhibition game into a can’t-miss event featuring skills contests, concerts, celebrity games, and Hall of Fame announcements. Sportsbooks have recently begun cashing in on the excitement of All-Star Weekend by allowing fans to wager on the various events.  

Bettors have a potpourri of wagering options, including the three signature events: the Starry Three-Point Contest, the AT&T Slam Dunk Contest, and the East vs. West All-Star Game. There are an almost infinite number of ways to wager this weekend, with star player prop bets, All-Star MVP futures, Rising Star Tournament and Skills Challenge props, and many others.

With so much going on in Indy, here is a brief primer (with odds) for the three signature events that will help you make sense of it all should you want to participate.


What: 2024 Starry 3-Point Contest
When: Saturday, Feb. 17, 8 ET 
Where: Lucas Oil Stadium
TV: TNT

Damian Lillard +370 (Bucks) * 
Tyrese Haliburton +440 (Pacers)  
Trae Young +550 (Hawks)
Malik Beasley +650 (Bucks)  
Jalen Brunson +700 (Knicks)  
Karl-Anthony Towns +700 (Timberwolves)
Lauri Markkanen +800 (Jazz)
Donovan Mitchell +950 (Cavaliers)

* defending champ

What: AT&T Slam Dunk Contest
When: Saturday, Feb. 17, 8 ET 
Where: Lucas Oil Stadium
TV: TNT

 2024 Participants/Odds:

Mac McClung -190 (G League, Osceola Magic) *
Jaylen Brown +420 (Celtics)
Jacob Toppin +600 (Knicks)
Jaime Jaquez Jr. +650 (Heat)

* defending champ


What:73rd Annual All-Star Game – East vs. West
When: Sunday, Feb. 18, 8 ET 
Where:  Gainbridge Fieldhouse
TV: TNT

West Team (-3, 363)

East Team 

Photo Courtesy: Icon Sportswire


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