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1985 All-Star Game
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1985 All Star Game

 

February 10 1985 Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis

 

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Archives - Attendance 43,146

 

Coaches: East Team - KC Jones, Boston Celtics; West Team -

Pat Riley, Los Angeles Lakers

 

1985 NBA All Star MVP Ralph Sampson, Houston Rockets

 

The Western Conference defeated the Eastern Conference

140-129

 

A record crowd of 43,146 jammed the Hoosier Dome for the

1985 NBA All Star Game to watch the NBA’s best players 

in action. A high jumping, ‘cradle dunk’ by Doctor J Julius

Irvin set the stage for a spectacular game of All Star basketball.

Earvin Magic Johnson lined a pass that was described by the

television announcers ‘as simply  ‘Magic’ and spectacular

even beyond his usual standards.’

 

Center Ralph Sampson of the Houston Rockets helped the

West win as he led the All Stars with 24 points and 10

rebounds and was chosen the 1985 All Star Game Most

Valuable Player. Magic Johnson, LA Lakers, rang the net

for 21 points and a resounding 15 assists, and was runner up

in the MVP balloting.

 

George Gervin, the San Antonio Spurs high scorer, delighted the

cheering crowd with a 15-foot rocket shot from his hips.

George Gervin led the league in scoring in four different

seasons, including three straight - 1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80

and 1981-82.

 

Detroit Pistons star guard Isiah Thomas scored 17 points in

the first half for the East, including a 3-pointer with a few

seconds left in the first half. Isiah Thomas had a thigh injury

from a accidental knee from an opponent and missed

much of the 2nd half. Isiah Thomas finished with 22 points.

 

Referees Mike Mathis and Ed Rush

 

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1996 All-Star Game
Michael Jordan voted Most Valuable Player

1996 All Star Game

 

February 11 1996 Alamodome San Antonio Texas

 

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Attendance: 36,037

 

Coaches: West Team - George Karl Seattle SuperSupersonics;

East Team – Phil Jackson Chicago Bulls

 

1996 NBA All Star Game MVP Michael Jordan

 

The East broke the game wide open with 41 third-quarter points

and held on to defeat the West 129-118

 

As expected, legends Michael Jordan and Shaquille O Neil

were the games leaders. They went on a 3rd scoring quarter

binge and combined for 21 points of the East Team’s 41

third quarter points.

 

The East put up big numbers and vaulted to a 102-80 lead

after three quarters before the West rallied to within eight

points with 4 minutes to play. Anfernee Hardaway, Orlando

Magic, put in two long 3 point plays for the East to put the

game in the bag.

 

Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls, was chosen the 1996 NBA

All Star Game MVP, he scored a game-high 20 points for

the winners. Shaq O’Neil, LA Lakers, scored 15 points and

pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds.

 

Final Score

 

West 129… East 118

 

Officials: Ed T Rush, Ed Middleton, Ronnie Nunn  


2007 NBA All-Stars
East meets West

2007 NBA All Stars

 

January 25 2007 The National Basketball Association, NBA,

announced its starters for the upcoming (February 18) All-Star

Game in Los Vegas.

 

2007 All Stars NBA

 

Western Conference Selections:

 

Kevin Garnett, forward Minnesota Timberwolves… Tim

Duncan, forward San Antonio Spurs… Yao Ming, center

Houston Rockets… Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers…

Tracy McGrady, guard Houston Rockets…

 

Eastern Conference Selections:

 

LeBron James, forward Cleveland Cavaliers… Chris Bosh,

forward Toronto Raptors… Shaquille O’Neil, center Miami

Heat… Dwyane Wade, guard Miami Heat… Gilbert Arenas,

guard Washington Wizards 


2007 NBA All Star Final Voting
LeBron James of Cleveland was leading vote getter in 2007

NBA 2007 All-Star Final Voting

 

According to a press release the 2007 NBA All Star Game

final voting has been tabulated.

 

January 26 2007 Internet News by basketballhistorian.com

 

2007 All Star Voting

 

NBA Eastern Conference

 

Forwards: LeBron James, Cleveland 2,516,049… Chris Bosh,

Toronto 1,091,263… Jermaine O’Neil, Indianapolis 934,749…

Grant Hill, Orlando 766,423… Paul Pierce, Boston 615,911

 

Guards: Dwyane Wade, Miami 2,029,591… Gilbert Arenas,

Washington 1,454,166… Vince Carter, New Jersey 1,451,156…

Jason Kidd, New Jersey 838,486… Chauncey Billups, Detroit

499,670

 

Centers: Shaquille O Neil, Miami 1,622,446… Dwight

Howard, Orlando 1,464,613… Ben Wallace, Chicago 788,956…

Alonzo Mourning, Miami 338,904

 

NBA Western Conference:

 

Forwards: Kevin Garnett, Minnesota 1,616,575… Tim Duncan,

San Antonio 1,436,584… Carmelo Anthony, Denver 1,309,945…

Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas 1,276,304… Shane Battier, Houston

1.025,643

 

Centers: Yao Ming, Houston 2.451,716… Amare Stoudemire,

Phoenix 1,209,338… Erick Dampier, Dallas 385,179…

Marcus Camby, Denver 373,382… Mehmet Okur, Utah 339,247

 

Guards: Kobe Bryant, LA Lakers 2,138,777… Tracy McGrady,

Houston 1,943,796… Allen Iverson, Denver 1,813,638… Steve

Nash, Phoenix 1,504,826… Manu Ginobili, San Antonio 501,429

 

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