West: Kevin Love, Damian Lillard, Marco Belinelli, Steph Curry
East: Joe Johnson, Arron Afflalo, Bradley Beal, Kyrie Irving
The Three-Point Contest featured a new wrinkle in 2014, with an entire rack of money balls available wherever the competitor chose to place it. Joe Johnson and Kevin Love decided to put their money balls in the second spot, with Johnson saying, "Hopefully I'll get warmed up on the first rack and then I'll be ready to go."
Once again, Curry came into a shooting competition as the favorite, only to fall in the opening round.
Belinelli showed himself to be a strong finisher. He looked horrible earlier on, air-balling at least two shots, but hit three straight money balls at the end to make the championship round. Curry missed critical shots at the end which would have sent him on to the finals.
In the Eastern bracket, Beal turned in the best round of the preliminaries, with 21 points.
Belinelli displayed consistency in the finals, matching his 19 points in the first round with another 19 to put the pressure on Beal. The sophomore shooting guard got off to a painfully slow start but caught fire in the clutch, hitting his final six shots to tie Belinelli at 19.
But Belinelli would not be denied. He absolutely caught fire in the overtime round, scoring 24 points to fend off Beal and claim the trophy.