The NBA Skills Game 2017, which will be held at Madison Square Garden in New York on April 26, is being streamed online for $2.99 per person, the league announced on Tuesday.
The online event will feature two different categories of games, each of which will run on a different game day, including two NBA Draft-style contests, two NBA All-Star Game-style games, a NBA All Star Weekend-style game and two NBA Finals-style matchups.
In the NBA Skills games, players will battle for an average of 30 seconds per game.
The league says the games will feature an emphasis on individual skills, such as ballhandling, shooting, passing and defense, and will showcase the best of the best in their respective genres.
The schedule includes a full slate of NBA Allstar games, including the all-star game featuring Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry, as well as two All-NBA teams, one NBA Finals team and two All Stars, the NBA said.
The first four games in the series will feature the Warriors against the Rockets, Celtics against the Heat, Bucks against the Cavaliers and 76ers against the Lakers.
The games will be available to stream on the NBA GameCenter app and will be accessible to fans through NBA.com, ESPN.com and the NBA mobile app.