Korver is fourth in the league in three-point percentage.
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LOS ANGELES, Feb. 9 – Philadelphia's Kyle Korver will replace Seattle's Brent Barry (fractured fourth metacarpal bone, right hand) in the 2004 Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout at All-Star Saturday Night presented by America Online, Feb. 14 at STAPLES Center.

The Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout will be broadcast live nationally as part of the NBA All-Star Saturday Night presented by America Online and will also feature the Sprite Rising Stars Slam Dunk, 989 Sports Skills Challenge and Radio Shack Shooting Stars.

NBA All-Star Saturday Night presented by America Online, featuring Sprite Rising Stars Slam Dunk, Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout, 989 Sports Skills Challenge and RadioShack Shooting Stars, will be live on TNT and ESPN Radio at 8 p.m. ET.

The NBA All-Star Game on Sunday, Feb. 15 will be live on TNT, Rogers Sportsnet and ESPN Radio at 8 p.m. ET. The game will also be telecast in 212 countries and broadcast in 12 languages on NBA.com.

2004 FOOT LOCKER THREE-POINT SHOOTOUT COMPETITORS
  2003-04   Career
Player Made Att. Pct.   Made Att. Pct.
Chauncey Billups, Detroit 96 228  .421   641 1,718 .373
Kyle Korver, Philadelphia 50 115  .435   50 115 .435
Voshon Lenard, Denver 78 200  .390   879 2,258 .389
Rashard Lewis, Seattle 96 235  .384   458 1,179 .388
Cuttino Mobley, Houston 98 256  .383   606 1,643 .369
Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento 139 325  .428   724 1,846 .392


(Statistics through games of Sunday, Feb. 8)

FOOT LOCKER THREE-POINT SHOOTOUT YEAR-BY-YEAR WINNERS

1986 -- Larry Bird, Boston
1987 -- Larry Birdm Boston
1988 -- Larry Bird, Boston
1989 -- Dale Ellis, Seattle
1990 -- Craig Hodges, Chicago
1991 -- Craig Hodges, Chicago
1992 -- Craig Hodges, Chicago
1993 -- Mark Price, Cleveland
1994 -- Mark Price, Cleveland
1995 -- Glen Rice, Miami
1996 -- Tim Legler, Washington
1997 -- Steve Kerr, Chicago
1998 -- Jeff Hornacek, Utah
2000 -- Jeff Hornacek, Utah
2001 -- Ray Allen, Milwaukee
2002 – Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento
2003 – Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento