Feb 16, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving reacts after winning the 2013 NBA three-point contest at the Toyota Center. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

NBA All-Star Weekend: Updated 3-point Contest Odds


The folks over at Bovada have released their most recent odds for each of the events during All-Star Weekend and they were kind enough to send those odds over.

Much like the Slam Dunk Contest, the 3-point Contest has a lot more star power this season.

Two former winners, Minnesota Timberwolves’ power forward Kevin Love, who won the contest in 2012, and Cleveland Cavaliers’ point guard Kyrie Irving, who won last year, are in the event.

The favorite, however, is Golden State Warriors’ guard Stephen Curry, who some pundits believe could be the greatest shooter ever by the time he hangs them up.

Love, Irving and Orlando Magic guard Arron Afflalo, who has the third-best 3-point percentage in the contest, are next with 5-1 odds.

Washington Wizards’ guard Bradley Beal is next with Portland Trail Blazers’ point guard Damian Lillard, who will compete in every event, is next.

At 8/1, San Antonio Spurs’ guard Marco Belinelli, who leads the entire league in 3-point percentage, has the second worst odds. Brooklyn Nets All-Star guard Joe Johnson brings up the rear.

Odds to win 2014 NBA Three Point Contest     

Stephen Curry (GS)                   9/4

Kevin Love (MIN)                       5/1

Kyrie Irving (CLE)                      5/1

Arron Afflalo (ORL)                    5/1

Bradley Beal (WAS)                   11/2

Damian Lillard (POR)                 6/1

Marco Belinelli (SA)                   8/1

Joe Johnson (BRK)                   10/1

Tags: 2014 NBA All-Star Game All-Star Weekend Arron Afflalo Bradley Beal Brooklyn Nets Cleveland Cavaliers Damian Lillard Golden State Warriors Indiana Pacers Joe Johnson Kevin Love Kyrie Irving Marco Belinelli Minnesota TImberwolves Orlando Magic Paul George Portland Trail Blazers San Antonio Spurs Stephen Curry Three Point Contest Washington Wizards

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