Sonics All-Star History

Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis represented the Sonics in the 2005 All-Star Game, played in Denver.
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Over the 38 All-Star Games played since the Seattle SuperSonics joined the NBA as an expansion team in 1967, the team has made a major impact on the NBA's greatest individual stage. From coaches to players, starters to reserves, Slam-Dunk champion to All-Star Game MVPs, it's all here as SUPERSONICS.COM takes a look at the Sonics All-Star History.

Sonics in the All-Star Game

Starting with Walt Hazzard in the franchise's first season and continuing with Ray Allen this year, the Sonics have had 20 players selected a total of 46 times for the All-Star Game. Check out how they've done.

Sonics on All-Star Saturday Night

All-Star Weekend has become much more than the game itself. All-Star Saturday Night has become almost as big thanks to the Sprite Rising Stars Slam-Dunk and Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout, amongst other events. See how every Sonics player to participate in these events has fared.

Top Ten Sonics All-Star Moments

SUPERSONICS.COM wades through all the history to select and rank the top ten moments the team has had during All-Star Weekend.

2006: Sonics All-Star Homepage

2005: Sonics All-Star Homepage

2004: Sonics Prepare for All-Star Weekend

2003: Sonics Storm All-Star Weekend