One year removed from one of most impressive and creative performances of recent NBA All-Star Weekend memory, Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine and his Slam Dunk Contest title defense headlines Saturday night’s three major competitions from Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Along with LaVine’s defense, Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry guns for a second-straight 3-Point Contest victory while defending Skills Contest champion and Houston Rockets guard Patrick Beverley faces an assortment of big men in the evening’s first event.

The second-year highflyer LaVine, who’s netting 12.8 points and 3.2 assists per game this season, hopes to be the fourth player to ever win the Slam Dunk crown in back-to-back seasons and first since 2010. LaVine could also be the sixth player to win the contest twice in a career, joining greats like Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins, as well as Jason Richardson, Harold Miner, and Nate Robinson, who is the only player to win three times.

Last year, LaVine blew away the competition for a combined score of 194 between the two rounds, besting Orlando Magic guard Victor Oladipo’s 164-point total.

Already leading the NBA in scoring and in charge of Golden State’s stunning 46-4 start to the season, Curry also aims for history but must fend off teammate and shooting guard Klay Thompson for the second-straight year.

Curry may be the seventh player to claim the contest in consecutive seasons, and the first since Jason Kapono in 2008. Last year, Curry set new marks for most points in a single round and most in the final, scoring 27 out of a possible 34 points for the title.

Meanwhile, Beverley aims for more history as potentially the third player to sew up consecutive Skills Challenge titles. He can match Dwyane Wade and Damian Lillard, who won it in 2006 and 2007 and 2013 and 2014, respectively, and equal Steve Nash’s two wins from 2005 and 2010.

Here’s the full list of participants for each competition Saturday night.

Dunk Contest

Zach LaVine, G, Minnesota Timberwolves

Aaron Gordon, F, Orlando Magic

Will Barton, G, Denver Nuggets

Andre Drummond, C, Detroit Pistons

3-Point Shooting Contest

Stephen Curry, G, Golden State Warriors

James Harden, G, Houston Rockets

Klay Thompson, G, Golden State Warriors

Khris Middleton, G, Milwaukee Bucks

Kyle Lowry, G, Toronto Raptors

JJ Redick, G, Los Angeles Clippers

Chris Bosh, F, Miami Heat

Devin Booker, G, Phoenix Suns

Skills Challenge

Patrick Beverly, G, Houston Rockets

DeMarcus Cousins, C, Sacramento Kings

Draymond Green, F, Golden State Warriors

Anthony Davis, F, New Orleans Pelicans

CJ McCollum, G, Portland Trail Blazers

Karl-Anthony Towns, F, Minnesota Timberwolves

Isaiah Thomas, G, Boston Celtics

Jordan Clarkson, G, Los Angeles Lakers