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NBA All-Star Shooting Stars Winners

Aug 24, 2017 12:42 AM ET

Chris Bosh #1 of the Miami Heat and the Eastern Conference celebrates with NBA Legend Dominique Wilkins and Swin Cash #32 of the New York Liberty after winning the Degree Shooting Stars Competition as part of the 2015 NBA Allstar Weekend at Barclays Center on February 14, 2015 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.

A year-by-year look at the Shooting Stars winners since the event's inception in 2004:

Shooting Stars Year-By-Year Event Winners

2015 (Team Bosh) 
Chris Bosh (Miami Heat), Dominique Wilkins (NBA legend), Swin Cash (WNBA's New York Liberty)

2014 (Team Bosh) 
Chris Bosh (Miami Heat), Dominique Wilkins (NBA legend), Swin Cash (WNBA's Chicago Sky)

2013 (Team Bosh) 
Chris Bosh (Miami Heat), Dominique Wilkins (NBA legend), Swin Cash (WNBA's Chicago Sky)

2012 (New York) 
Allan Houston (New York legend), Landry Fields (New York Knicks), Cappie Pondexter (New York Liberty)

2011 (Atlanta) 
Steve Smith (Texas legend), Al Horford (Atlanta Hawks), Coco Miller (Atlanta Dream)

2010 (Dallas) 
Kenny Smith (Texas legend), Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas Mavericks), Becky Hammon (San Antonio Silver Stars)

2009 (Phoenix) 
Bill Laimbeer (Detroit legend), Arron Afflalo (Detroit Pistons), Katie Smith (Detroit Shock)

2008 (New Orleans) 
David Robinson (San Antonio legend), Tim Duncan (San Antonio Spurs), Becky Hammon (San Antonio Silver Stars)

2007 (Las Vegas) 
Bill Laimbeer (Detroit Pistons legend), Chauncey Billups (Detroit Pistons), Swin Cash (Detroit Shock)

2006 (Houston) 
Steve Kerr (San Antonio Spurs legend), Tony Parker (San Antonio Spurs), Kendra Wecker (San Antonio Silver Stars)

2005 (Denver) 
Dan Majerle (Phoenix Suns legend), Shawn Marion (Phoenix Suns), Diana Taurasi (Phoenix Mercury)

2004 (Los Angeles) 
Magic Johnson (L.A. Lakers legend), Derek Fisher (L.A. Lakers), Lisa Leslie (L.A. Sparks)


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