Update (April 12, 2020): The NBA HORSE Challenge Presented by State Farm will the opening shot today around evening time at 7 p.m. EDT on ESPN and the ESPN application. It will highlight a large number of sharp-shooting NBA and WNBA stars, both present and resigned, including Chris Paul, Trae Young, Tameka Catchings, Zach LaVine, Allie Quigley, Mike Conley Jr., Chauncey Billups and Paul Pierce.
Members will be isolated into two gatherings of four, with the victors of the initial two games in each gathering in the elimination rounds. The victor from each gathering will at that point proceed onward to the title round, which will air, nearby the elimination rounds, on Sunday, April 16, at 9 p.m. EDT. Here's the manner by which how the game will be played:
A coin toss at the start of each game will determine who shoots first, with the more senior player calling heads or tails. Players must describe each shot attempt, specifying the type of score they intend to make before taking a shot, such as a bank shot or swish. Dunking is prohibited. The first player in each game to accumulate the letters “H-O-R-S-E” after failing to match five shots is eliminated.
Lastly, in support of coronavirus relief efforts, State Farm has committed to donating more than $200,000 USD. So, who do you think will win?