Dwyane Wade defended his title in the Skills Challenge, beating out Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Chris Paul.
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Wade put together a perfect final run through the obstacle course to beat Bryant in 26.4 seconds.
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Dirk Nowtizki made it to the final three but couldn't defend his 3-Point Shootout crown as he had a nine in the last round.
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The Wizards' Gilbert Arenas also advanced to the final in the 3-Point Shootout, but posted a 17 in the last round.
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It was Jason Kapono who won the 3-Point Shootout crown. He tied Mark Price's final-round record and fell just one point shy of Craig Hodges' overall mark.
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The Bulls' Tyrus Thomas jumped over teammate Ben Gordon during the Slam Dunk contest, but failed to advance past the first round.
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Orlando's Dwight Howard (right) also failed to make it past the opening round despite a dunk where he placed a sticker on the backboard that teammate Jameer Nelson that measured 12 feet, 6 inches off the ground.
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Gerald Green's teammate Paul Pierce (right) carred out a cardboard cutout of defending champ Nate Robinson for Green to dunk over ...
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But Robinson was up the the task, allowing Green to use him as a prop. Green, wearing a Dee Brown jersey, shielded his eyes in the crook of his elbow in an homage to Brown's dunk from the 1991 contest.
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Robinson advanced to the final round, but missed nine straight times on his final dunk before finally pulling off a one-hand jam.
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Green brought out another prop for his final dunk, jumping over a table and scoring a perfect 50 to cap the win.
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