Legally Betting On The 2024 NBA All-Star Weekend

Now that Super Bowl LVIII is all wrapped up, legal online sportsbooks can set their collective focus on odds for betting on the NBA All-Star Weekend. This Friday through Sunday, the National Basketball Association will feature numerous games and skills challenges that will interest fans and engage bettors, with odds and props being offered for each event.

Here is how the NBA will showcase its top talent over the three-day weekend and what channels each event can be seen on.

2024 NBA All-Star Weekend Schedule


  • 7:00 p.m. – Ruffles NBA All-Star Celebrity Game (ESPN)
  • 9:00 p.m. – Panini Rising Stars (TNT)


  • 8:00 p.m. – State Farm All-Star Saturday Night (TNT)
    • Kia Skills Challenge
    • Starry 3-Point Contest
    • Stephen Curry vs. Sabrina Ionesca 3-Point Challenge
    • AT&T Slam Dunk Contest


  • 8 p.m. – 73rd NBA All-Star Game (TNT)

Legal NBA betting sites will keep their All-Star odds posted until the beginning of each contest, with some converting these lines to live odds once the opening whistle blows.

For instance, Bovada Sportsbook’s NBA All-Star Game betting line favors the West to win by -2.5. That line will remain open after the tipoff and has the potential to keep accepting wagers until as late as the fourth quarter.

Live odds will also be offered for the Slam Dunk Contest, and the Three-Point Contest, but these props are likely to be removed early on in each contest.

A popular competitor in the Dunk Contest from last year, Mac McClung, returns in 2024 to defend his title. Although Mac is a member of the Osceola Magic, a franchise in the NBA’s G-League, his prowess for dunking the basketball has elevated him to the biggest stage for that endeavor.

Check out McClung’s highlights from last year’s contest for evidence as to why he is so heavily favored to repeat as the best slam dunker in the game.

The sites featured in our legal online sportsbook reviews will each feature their own unique set of NBA All-Star odds. We say this to inform readers that only holding a single sportsbook membership will cost you money in the long run.

To clarify this point, take the example of Mac McClung. Odds at one sportsbook may offer a -210 moneyline, while another has him at -150. While both sets of NBA odds would require a bigger bet than the amount of the payout, wagering at -150 will save you $0.60 per dollar earned.

All that is required to take advantage of these line shopping capabilities is to sign up with more than one sportsbook site.

Bovada (Bovada Sportsbook Review), WTHR Indianapolis