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Eric Gay, Associated Press
Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers raises the trophy after winning the skills challenge during NBA basketball All-Star Saturday Night, Feb. 16, 2013, in Houston.

Want to see Damian Lillard during the NBA's All-Star Weekend in New Orleans? You are in luck because there's a good possiblitiy he will participate in all the events. Five to be exact.

He has already been named to the Rising Stars Challenge as a top second-year player in the NBA. He'll also defend the Skills Challenge title he won as a rookie. Not to mention that he's also been named as a reserve on the Western Conference team for the All-Star game.

Today, CBSSportsline.com is reporting that he has accepted an inviation to the Dunk Contest and is considering being a part of the Three-Point Shooting Contest, according to CSNNW.com.

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Not everyone is excited, though. The Portland Oregonian's John Canzano is worried the blitz will wear out the former Weber State standout. Canzano says he "can't decide if this five-event frenzy is a terrible idea, or just a lousy one."

Lillard's agent, Aaron Goodwin, rebuts that idea in another Oregonian story, saying that Lillard is used to playing several games a day from his days as an AUU baller.

The five events would also allow Lillard to show off his new Adidas Crazyquick 2 sneakers that he and John Wall will wear during the game.

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