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Fort Wayne's Jeremy Richardson was the 2008 D-League All-Star Game MVP.
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Blue Team 117, Red Team 99

Jeremy Richardson recorded a game-high 22 points to earn MVP honors as the Blue squad coasted past the Red team, 117-99, in the D-League All-Star Game presented by Spalding on Saturday at Jam Session Center Court in New Orleans.

  • Video: Game Recap

    Team Rosters Set For All-Star Game

    Thirteen players with NBA experience highlight the rosters for the second annual D-League All-Star Game presented by Spalding. The game will be held Feb. 16, on Center Court at NBA All-Star Jam Session presented by adidas and will tip off at 2 p.m. CST and will be shown live on NBA TV. The two 10-man rosters were selected by a combination of fan balloting on D-LEAGUE.com and voting of the league’s 14 head coaches. The Red Team will be the home team, while the Blue Team will be the visitors. NBA legends Lenny Wilkens and Rick Barry will serve as honorary captains.

  • Video: All-Star Teams Announced
  • Video: All-Star reactions
  • Video: Lenny Wilkens interview

    Blue Team Red Team
    Morris Almond, UtahLance Allred, Idaho
    Sean Banks, Los AngelesElton Brown, Colorado
    Andre Barrett, BakersfieldKaniel Dickens, Colorado
    Rod Benson, DakotaNick Fazekas, Tulsa
    Kyrylo Fesenko, UtahEddie Gill, Colorado
    Keith Langford, AustinRandy Livingston, Idaho
    Ian Mahinmi, AustinDwayne Mitchell, Iowa
    Jelani McCoy, Los AngelesKasib Powell, Sioux Falls
    Carlos Powell, DakotaBilly Thomas, Colorado
    Jeremy Richardson, Fort WayneCory Violette, Idaho

    Colorado's Elton Brown led the Red Team with 20 points.
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    Dream Factory Friday Results

    Dream Factory Friday Night, is in the books, with Idaho's Lance Allred winning the H.O.R.S.E. Competition, Idaho's Brent Petway winning the Slam Dunk Competition, Tulsa's Adam Harrington winning the Three-Point Shootout, and Dakota's Carlos Powell winning Hot-Shot.

  • Video: Friday Night All-Access
  • Video: Friday Night Recap
  • Matt Wurst on H.O.R.S.E
  • A closer look at the Dunk Contest
  • H.O.R.S.E Videos
  • Paul Westphal on H.O.R.S.E
  • Video: Friday Night Events
  • Video: A Look Back At H.O.R.S.E.
  • Dream Factory Friday Players Gallery

    H.O.R.S.E.Three-Point
    Lance Allred, IdahoJosh Gross, Albuquerque
    Morris Almond, UtahKaniel Dickens, Colorado
    Kasib Powell, Sioux FallsAdam Harrington, Tulsa
    Jeremy Richardson, Fort WayneKeith Langford, Austin

    Hot-ShotDunk Contest
    Andre Barrett, BakersfieldBrent Petway, Idaho
    Randy Livingston, IdahoEric Smith, Fort Wayne
    Carlos Powell, DakotaMike Taylor, Idaho
    Billy Thomas, ColoradoDoug Thomas, Iowa

    Dream Factory Preview/Rules

    Read about the rules and player analysis for Dream Factory Friday Night. 16 D-League players will take part in H.O.R.S.E, the Three-Point competition, the Slam Dunk competition, and an interactive game of Hot-Shot. The events will be streamed live on D-League.com

    Morris Almond of the Utah Flash scored 20 points in victory for the Blue Team.
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    Breaking Down The Rosters

    D-League Director of Basketball Operations Shawn Respert breaks down the rosters for the Red and the Blue teams that will meet on in the D-League All-Star Game on February 16.

    D-League All-Star Gallery

    View photo galleries of all 20 D-League All-Stars in action from the 2007-08 season.

  • Red Team Gallery
  • Blue Team Gallery

    Gates, Panaggio To Coach Teams

    The Idaho Stampede’s Bryan Gates and the Los Angeles D-Fenders’ Dan Panaggio have earned the honor of coaching the 2008 D-League All-Star Game presented by Spalding in New Orleans on February 16. Gates’ and Panaggio’s teams clinched the best winning percentage in the league through Jan. 31.

    All-Star Candidates

    Read about the main All-Star candidates from the D-League to see who was selected and who might have been snubbed.

  • Candidates By The Numbers
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