All-Star Game

Sonics guard Ray Allen was selected to make his sixth NBA All-Star Game appearance by the NBA on Feb. 9. Allen scored eight points in 18 minutes off the bench, but MVP LeBron James and the four Detroit Pistons selected for the game led an East comeback that produced a 122-120 victory. Allen struggled to find the range from 3-point distance, missing all seven of his 3-point attempts.
Box ScorespaceEast 122, West 120

Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout

Allen, who leads the NBA in made 3-pointers and is the league's leading active 3-point shooter, was tabbed Feb. 8 to participate in the Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout for the fifth time in his illustrious shooting career. Allen, who won the Shootout in 2001 in Washington, got off to a good start this year when he scored 19 in the opening round to lead all scorers. Allen couldn't find that same touch in the Finals, however, scoring 15 points to fall short of Gilbert Arenas' 16 and Dirk Nowitzki's 18. Allen's 34 combined points were still the highest scored by any competitor.
Shootout Preview


All-Star Weekend Gallery

Sonics All-Star History

The Sonics have a rich history of success in the All-Star Game and on All-Star Weekend. Find out more with the Sonics All-Star History Page.

And for more coverage of 2006 All-Star Weekend in Houston, check out's All-Star 2006 Homepage.