|All-Star Saturday Night
||Feb. 9, 2002
||8-11 p.m. ET
||TNT, TSN, ESPN Radio|
Peja Shoots the Lights Out
Peja Stojakovic hoists up the winning trophy after besting a tough field in the 1 800 CALL ATT Shootout on Saturday night.
Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE/Getty Images
Sacramento's Peja Stojakovic edged Cleveland's Wesley Person in an extra session to win the 1 800 CALL ATT Shootout
on Saturday night at the First Union Center in Philadelphia. Peja outscored Person 9-5 after both sharpshooters hit for 19 points in the final round.
NBA TV highlights:
Complete roster of participants
League leaders: Three-point percentage
League leaders: Three-pointers made
Ray-sing the Roof in 2001
Ray Allen warmed up just at the right time in last year's 1 800 CALL ATT Shootout. The Bucks guard canned 10 straight shots in the finals to beat Sacramento's Peja Stojakovic 19-17. Dallas' Dirk Nowitzki finished third.
Q-Rich on a Role
Clippers swingman Quentin Richardson has ridden a hot hand into both the 1 800 CALL ATT Shootout and the 'got milk?' Rookie Challenge.
From Larry Bird in 1986 to Ray Allen in 2001, check out all the past winners of the 1 800 CALL ATT Shootout.
Round-by-round results: 2000-01
Round-by-round results: 1990-98
Round-by-round results: 1986-89
|VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: 1 800 CALL ATT SHOOTOUT THEATER|
Ray Allen drains three-pointers during his winning effort in the 1 800 CALL ATT Shootout.
Complete highlights from last year's 1 800 CALL ATT Shootout.