The rule changes the NBA introduced for the 2020 All-Star Game helped achieve an intensity that fans hadn’t seen for a while, and provided an exciting end to the Es so it is no surprise that the league is maintaining this format for another year

But when Team LeBron and Team Durant meet on Sunday for the All-Star Game 2021 (20 p) m ET, TNT), it’s not just about entertainment The competition will also support those in need

How will the all-star game play out? And which organizations will benefit from it? Here’s a breakdown of the 2021 format so you don’t cause any confusion while it is broadcast live

Team LeBron and Team Durant battle it out for victory in the first three quarters of the game.These quarters are the standard 12 minutes but start with a 0-0 result at the beginning of the fourth quarter, the game clock is turned off and a final Target score set based on the cumulative score of the leading team in the first three quarters. This target score is the total score of the leading team plus 24 points

The NBA decided to add 24 points to its target score to honor Kobe Bryant who died in a helicopter crash on Jan. January died 26, 2020 The 18-time All-Star wore the number 24 from the 2006/07 to 2015/16 season

Once the target score is set, Team LeBron and Team Durant will play untimed fourth quarter and the first team to reach the target score wins the game

If the cumulative score over three quarters is 100-95 in Team LeBron’s favor, the target score would be 124. Team LeBron would only need to score 24 points to win, while Team Durant would need to score 29.The results for the past three quarters are simply based on the individual evaluations of these quarters

The winner of each of the first three quarters will receive 150000 USD (total 450$ 000) to an organization that provides scholarships to students attending historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) The entire winning team earns 300$ 000

Team LeBron will play for the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and Team Durant for the United Negro College Fund, each organization will receive an initial contribution of 500$ 000 and a total of $ 175 million will be split between the two

The NBA announced that it will provide more than $ 3 million to HBCUs and color communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic as part of this year’s celebrations

#TeamLeBron plays for the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (@tmcf_hbcu) #TeamDurant plays for the United Negro College Fund (@UNCF) #NBAAllStar picTwittercom / V4vaay6K89

“More people will be aware of the fact that our students are at risk of not completing, mainly due to financial reasons. Our community is the hardest hit,” said Dr Michael Lomax, President of the United Negro College Fund (via Eric Woodyard of ESPN) “Students at HBCUs have 75 percent of them on low incomes and that means they and their families are most at risk of COVID, but they are too most threatened by white supremacy and racism against blacks

“Let me just say I hear the criticism [for playing the all-star game amid the pandemic], but this is a game with a purpose. And the purpose is to help black college students do this.” to be persistent I think it’s worth it “

If the first or second quarter ends in a tie, the money for that quarter is carried over to the next quarter. If the third quarter ends in a tie, the money is added to the total of the winner of the game

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