Joe Harris was the first man up and the last man standing.
Making his 3-Point Contest debut against a star-studded field, Harris walked away with the trophy after a clutch shooting performance in which he drained all five shots from his money ball rack to close out each round.
“Just fortunate to be here,” said Harris after the win. “We were talking about it coming in, obviously the field was stacked. You’ve got some of the best shooters of all time in Dirk and Steph. Great shooters in their own regard. Just honored to be here, honored to compete with everybody.”
Harris was facing a heavyweight field in the 10-man competition. Three of the four active players currently ahead of him on the career 3-point shooting list — Seth Curry, Steph Curry and Buddy Hield — were in the field, plus former champs Dirk Nowitzki and Devin Booker and hometown favorite Kemba Walker.
Players can place their money ball rack in any of their five shooting positions, and Harris left his for last — then he made it count.