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.
Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis represented the Sonics in the 2005 All-Star Game, played in Denver.
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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.
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.
SUPERSONICS.COM wades through all the history to select and rank the top ten moments the team has had during All-Star Weekend.