There is no shortage of star power lined up for the NBA three-point contest during All-Star weekend in New York.

Saturday night at the Barclays Center will feature eight of the best outside threats in the NBA. See the contestants for the Feb. 14 event below, and click their names for their player profiles.

All stats written below are based on games through Feb. 5, the night the NBA announced the participants.

Marco Belinelli, San Antonio Spurs: Belinelli, the defending champion, is most successful from the right corner on three-pointers, hitting 47.1 percent of the time.

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors: On shots 25-29 feet away from the hoop, Curry hits 42.7 percent of the time.

James Harden, Houston Rockets: There were only two games this season where Harden failed to hit a three-pointer, and both came last November.

Kyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers: 31.7 percent of Irving's points in wins by the Cavs come on three-pointers, as opposed to 24.7 percent in losses.

Kyle Korver, Atlanta Hawks: 70.5 percent of his points scored this season have come on three-pointers.

Wesley Matthews, Portland Trail Blazers: He's hit on 59.4 percent of his three-point attempts.

J.J. Redick, Los Angeles Clippers: Redick has hit 114 shots from outside 24 feet this season, compared with 121 from inside 24 feet.

Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors: Thompson hits 37.5 percent of his three-point attempts in the second game of a back-to-back so far this season.