All-Star weekend: Team selections, Dunk Contest, Three-point contestants and how to watch

    The Utah Jazz's Vivint Arena will play host to the 72nd All-Star Game.

    (CNN)The All-Star game returns to Utah for the first time in 30 years, as the NBA's biggest stars touchdown in Salt Lake City for the weekend-long showcase of the league's most talented players.

    Running from Friday to Sunday, the All-Star weekend features a variety of contests and culminates with the 72nd All-Star Game that aims to raise $1 million for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah and Raise the Future foundations.
    The weekend begins with the All-Star Celebrity Game on Friday, featuring the likes of rappers 21 Savage and Cordae, actors Simu Liu and Janelle Monáe, tennis star Frances Tiafoe, NFL player DK Metcalf and singers Nicky Jam and Ozuna.
      The All-Star weekend will kick off with the Celebrity Game on Friday.
      The two rosters will be coached by Ryan Smith, Utah Jazz governor and honorary captain, and three-time NBA champion Dwyane Wade.
        This year's game features a "Crunch Time" mode, which will start a two-minute period where point values are doubled, and the "Unlock a Legend" feature that will allow the teams to add an NBA legend to their team mid-match.
        Next up on Friday will be the Rising Stars game, featuring the best rookie and sophmore talents in the NBA.
        The four teams will be coached by former NBA stars Pau Gasol, Joakim Noah, Deron Williams and Jason Terry and will showcase the next generation of NBA talent.