NBA Three-point Shootout 2013: Time, TV schedule and more

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Steve Novak will look to win big for the Knicks as he goes up against the best shooters in the NBA.

The NBA has made a serious effort to turn the NBA All-Star Game into much more than just an exhibition on Sunday night. This weekend in Houston, the best and brightest in the league will put their talents on display in a wide range of competitions.

Read More: For complete coverage of the 2013 All-Star Game, be sure to check out SB Nation's NBA hub.

On Saturday night, New York Knicks guard Steve Novak will participate in the Three-Point Contest. He'll be matched up against Paul George of Indiana and Kyrie Irving of Cleveland. The Western Conference representatives are Ryan Anderson of New Orleans, Matt Bonner of San Antonio and Stephen Curry of Golden State.

On the season, Novak is hitting 44.1 percent of his three pointers with the Knicks. That's currently good for third-best in the NBA amongst qualified players. Novak has as good of a chance as anyone to win the competition, especially with his quick release and smooth stroke from behind the arc.

TV: TNT

Start Time: 8 p.m. ET

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