1967 NBA All-Star recap

Rick Barry scores 38 points on 17-for-28 shooting to lead the West past a loaded East team that featured 7 future Hall of Famers.

WEST 135, EAST 120, at the Cow Palace (San Francisco)


MVP: Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors

Box score

Riding a four-game losing streak in the All-Star Game, the West snapped out of its funk behind a monstrous scoring performance from Rick Barry. Barry pumped in 38 points on 16-for-27 shooting to win MVP honors as the West defeated the East 135-120.

It was the lone All-Star MVP in Barry’s career and his 27 field goals made set an All-Star Game record. Nate Thurmond, Barry’s teammate from the Warriors, helped the West with 16 points and 18 rebounds and tied an All-Star Game record by playing 42 minutes.

For the West, Wilt Chamberlain led the way with 14 points, 22 rebounds and four assists. Jerry Sloan, a legend with the Chicago Bulls and a Hall of Famer as a coach with the Utah Jazz, made his All-Star debut in this game.

All-Star Game rosters

Eastern Conference

Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati Royals)

Hal Greer (Philadelphia 76ers)

Wilt Chamberlain (Philadelphia 76ers)

Willis Reed (New York Knicks)

Bailey Howell (Boston Celtics)

Bill Russell (Boston Celtics)

John Havlicek (Boston Celtics)

Don Ohl (Baltimore Bullets)

Chet Walker (Philadelphia 76ers)

Jerry Lucas (Cincinnati Royals)

East: Red Auerbach (Boston Celtics)

Western Conference

Jerry West (L.A. Lakers)

Rick Barry (San Francisco Warriors)

Nate Thurmond (San Francisco Warriors)

Guy Rodgers (Chicago Bulls)

Elgin Baylor (L.A. Lakers)

Darrall Imhoff (L.A. Lakers)

Dave DeBusschere (Detroit Pistons)

Jerry Sloan (Chicago Bulls)

Bill Bridges (St. Louis Hawks)

Lenny Wilkens (St. Louis Hawks)

Coach: Fred Schaus (L.A. Lakers)