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NBA All-Star History


Posted Feb 5 2009 2:33PM

All-Star Game

Review game summaries, box scores and MVPs from all previous All-Star Games, dating back to 1951 in Boston.
Year-by-year results | Injury replacements since 1990
• All-time records: Individual

Slam Dunk into Action

Cedric Ceballos blindfolded, Vince Carter between the legs, Michael Jordan from the foul line ... check out all the results from All-Star Weekend's most exciting event.
Year-by-year results

Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout

Peja Stojakovic and Ray Allen have shown long-range firepower in winning two contests, but will they join Larry Bird and Craig Hodges as three-time champs and all-time shootout greats?
Year-by-year results
• Round-by-round results: 2000-06
• Round-by-round results: 1990-98
• Round-by-round results: 1986-89
Shootout records

T-Mobile Rookie Challenge

The game is now a face-off between first and second year players, but started as an East vs. West showcase for rookies only.
1994-2008 year-by-year results
• All-time participants: By year | By team | Coaches

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