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Bucks' Khris Middleton to take part in NBA All-Star Skills Challenge

Posted at 7:25 PM, Feb 05, 2020

CHICAGO — Bucks' forward Khris Middleton has been named on the contestants in the NBA All-Star Skills Challenge on Saturday, Feb. 15.

This will be the second consecutive year that Middleton takes part in All-Star weekend, and his third time overall. Last year Middleton took part in the 3-point contest, and the same goes for 2016.

According to a press release, "He’ll compete against Spencer Dinwiddie (Nets), Derrick Rose (Pistons), Domantas Sabonis (Pacers), Pascal Siakam (Raptors) and Jayson Tatum (Celtics) in this year’s Taco Bell Skills Challenge."

In addition to the Skills Challenge, Middleton is also set to play in the All-Star game alongside Giannis Antetokounmpo.

The Skills Challenge is set to take place in Chicago on Saturday, Feb. 15, with the All-Star game happening the next day.

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