Sunday , Oct , 08 , 2006 C.Y. Ellis

NBA All-Star Game 2008

NBA All-Star weekend 2008: news, schedule, players, tv guide.

New Orleans has been selected to host NBA All-Star 2008.

More info of the 2008 All Star weekend coming soon.

NBA All-Star Game history



Year Location Score MVP
2007 Las Vegas West 153, East 132 Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
2006 Houston East 122,
West 120
LeBron
James, Cleveland Cavaliers
2005 Denver East 125,
West 115
Allen
Iverson, Philadelphia
2004 Los Angeles West 136,
East 132
Shaquille
O’Neal, L.A. Lakers
2003 Atlanta West 155,
East 145 (2OT)
Kevin
Garnett, Minnesota
2002 Philadelphia West 135,
East 120
Kobe Bryant,
L.A. Lakers
2001 Washington East 111,
West 110
Allen
Iverson, Philadelphia
2000 Oakland West 137,
East 126
Tim Duncan
and Shaquille O’Neal
1998 New York East 135,
West 114
Michael
Jordan, Chicago
1997 Cleveland East 132,
West 120
Glen Rice,
Charlotte
1996 San Antonio East 129,
West 118
Michael
Jordan, Chicago
1995 Phoenix West 139,
East 112
Mitch
Richmond, Sacramento
1994 Minneapolis East 127,
West 118
Scottie
Pippen, Chicago
1993 Salt Lake
City
West 135,
East 132
Karl Malone,
Utah; John Stockton, Utah
1992 Orlando West 153,
East 113
Earvin
Johnson, Los Angeles
1991 Charlotte East 116,
West 114
Charles
Barkley, Philadelphia
1990 Miami East 130,
West 113
Earvin
Johnson, Los Angeles
1989 Houston West 143,
East 134
Karl Malone,
Utah
1988 Chicago East 138,
West 133
Michael
Jordan, Chicago
1987 Seattle West 154,
East 149 (OT)
Tom Chambers,
Seattle
1986 Dallas East 139,
West 132
Isiah
Thomas, Detroit
1985 Indianapolis West 140,
East 129
Ralph
Sampson, Houston
1984 Denver East 154,
West 145 (OT)
Isiah
Thomas, Detroit
1983 Los Angeles East 132,
West 123
Julius
Erving, Philadelphia
1982 New Jersey East 120,
West 118
Larry
Bird, Boston
1981 Cleveland East 123,
West 120
Nate Archibald,
Boston
1980 Washington East 144,
West 136 (OT)
George
Gervin, San Antonio
1979 Detroit West 134,
East 129
David
Thompson, Denver
1978 Atlanta East 133,
West 125
Randy
Smith, Buffalo
1977 Milwaukee West 125,
East 124
Julius
Erving, Philadelphia
1976 Philadelphia East 123,
West 109
Dave Bing,
Washington
1975 Phoenix East 108,
West 102
Walt Frazier,
New York
1974 Seattle West 134,
East 123
Bob Lanier,
Detroit
1973 Chicago East 104,
West 84
Dave Cowens,
Boston
1972 Los Angeles West 112,
East 110
Jerry
West, Los Angeles
1971 San Diego West 108,
East 107
Lenny
Wilkens, Seattle
1970 Philadelphia East 142,
West 135
Willis
Reed, New York
1969 Baltimore East 123,
West 112
Oscar
Robertson, Cincinnati
1968 New York East 144,
West 124
Hal Greer,
Philadelphia
1967 San Francisco West 135,
East 120
Rick Barry,
San Francisco
1966 Cincinnati East 137,
West 97
Adrian
Smith, Cincinnati
1965 St. Louis East 124,
West 123
Jerry
Lucas, Cincinnati
1964 Boston East 111,
West 107
Oscar
Robertson, Cincinnati
1963 Los Angeles East 115,
West 108
Bill Russell,
Boston
1962 St. Louis West 150,
East 130
Bob Pettit,
St. Louis
1961 Syracuse West 153,
East 131
Oscar
Robertson, Cincinnati
1960 Philadelphia East 125,
West 115
Wilt Chamberlin,
Philadelphia
1959 Detroit West 124,
East 108
Elgin
Baylor, Minneapolis; Bob Pettit, St. Louis
1958 St. Louis East 130,
West 118
Bob Pettit,
St. Louis
1957 Boston East 109,
West 97
Bob Cousy,
Boston
1956 Rochester West 108,
East 94
Bob Pettit,
St. Louis
1955 New York East 100,
West 91
Bill Sharman,
Boston
1954 New York East 98,
West 93
Bob Cousy,
Boston
1953 Ft. Wayne West 79,
East 75
George
Mikan, Minneapolis
1952 Boston East 108,
West 91
Paul Arizin,
Philadelphia
1951 Boston East 111,
West 94
Ed Macauley,
Boston