NBA All Star Game Tickets

The National Basketball Association has been holding its annual NBA All Star Game since 1951. The event features the top players in professional American basketball, as voted by fans, competing in an exciting and one of a kind East vs. West exhibition game. The All Star Game aims to honor the league's top players and satisfy loyal NBA fans by showcasing the greatest talent in the league in one exciting contest.

The NBA All Star Game is part of a larger spectacle known as All Star Weekend. All Star Weekend includes the game itself, as well as various exhibition games and competitions played over the span of three days. Among these, are the highly anticipated NBA All Star Celebrity Game, Jam Session and Rookie Challenge.

NBA All Star Game Tickets

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NBA All Star Game participants are currently chosen in two ways. The first is via fan ballot, with the leading vote getters at each position starting the game, secondly the reserves are chosen by a vote among the head coaches of the squad's particular conference. The coaches who currently lead the team with the most wins in their conference through the Sunday two weeks before the game will coach their respective conferences. The coach cannot coach the team in consecutive seasons. This is the so-called "Riley Rule" so named because because coach Pat Riley's Lakers teams of the 1980's won so often that he coached the Western Conference team nearly every season in the 1980's. In the event that a coach's team repeats as the best record holder the coach from the team with the next best record will serve as All Star coach for that conference.

The NBA All Star Game is a legendary NBA All Star Weekend event that the entire world looks forward to. The all star game gives NBA players a chance to throw away the team concept and go ahead and show off with no remorse. Of course, some stars are more used to already doing that than others. The NBA All Star Game is a great show, and with little defense and plenty of fast breaks, there's plenty of scoring and fun. Below is NBA All Star Game history, with past all star game winners and NBA all star game MVP award winners:


YEAR RESULT LOCATION MVP (TEAM)
2007 West 153, East 132 Las Vegas Kobe Bryant (Los Angeles Lakers)
2006 East 122, West 120 Houston LeBron James (Cleveland Cavaliers)
2005 East 125, West 115 Denver Allen Iverson (Philadelphia 76ers)
2004 West 136, East 132 Los Angeles Shaquille O'Neal(Los Angeles Lakers)
2003 West 155, East 145 2OT Atlanta Kevin Garnett (Minnesota Timberwolves)
2002 West 135, East 120 Philadelphia Kobe Bryant (Los Angeles Lakers )
2001 East 111, West 110 Washington, D.C. Allen Iverson (Philadelphia 76ers)
2000 West 137, East 126 Oakland Shaquille O'Neal (Los Angeles Lakers)
Tim Duncan (San Antonio Spurs)
1999 No game (due to lockout)
1998 East 135, West 114 New York Michael Jordan (Chicago Bulls )
1997 East 132, West 120 Cleveland Glen Rice (Charlotte Bobcats )
1996 East 129, West 118 San Antonio Michael Jordan (Chicago Bulls)
1995 West 139, East 112 Phoenix Mitch Richmond (Sacramento Kings)
1994 East 127, West 118 Minneapolis Scottie Pippen (Chicago Bulls)
1993 West 135, East 132 (OT) Salt Lake City Karl Malone (Utah Jazz)
John Stockton (Utah Jazz)
1992 West 153, East 113 Orlando Magic Johnson (L.A. Lakers)
1991 East 116, West 114 Charlotte Charles Barkley (Philadelphia 76ers)
1990 East 130, West 113 Miami Magic Johnson (L.A. Lakers)
1989 West 143, East 134 Houston Karl Malone (Utah Jazz)
1988 East 138, West 133 Chicago Michael Jordan (Chicago Bulls)
1987 West 154, East 149 (OT) Seattle Tom Chambers (Seattle Supersonics)
1986 East 139, West 132 Dallas Isiah Thomas (Detroit Pistons)
1985 West 140, East 129 Indianapolis Ralph Sampson (Houston Rockets)
1984 East 139, West 132 Dallas Isiah Thomas (Detroit Pistons)
1983 East 132, West 123 Los Angeles Julius Erving (Philadelphia 76ers)
1982 East 120, West 118 New Jersey Larry Bird (Boston Celtics)
1981 East 123, West 120 Cleveland Nate Archibald (Boston Celtics)
1980 East 144, West 135 (OT) Landover, Md. George Gervin (San Antonio Spurs)
1979 West 134, East 129 Detroit David Thompson (Denver Nuggets)
1978 East 133, West 125 Atlanta Randy Smith (Buffalo)
1977 West 125, East 124 Milwaukee Julius Erving (Philadelphia 76ers)
1976 East 123, West 109 Philadelphia Dave Bing (Washington Wizards)
1975 East 108, West 102 Phoenix Walt Frazier (New York Knicks)
1974 West 134, East 123 Seattle Bob Lanier (Detroit Pistons)
1973 East 104, West 84 Chicago Dave Cowens (Boston Celtics)
1972 West 112, East 110 Los Angeles Jerry West (Los Angeles Lakers)
1971 West 108, East 107 Seattle Lenny Wilkens (Seattle Supersonics)
1970 East 142, West 135 Philadelphia Willis Reed (New York Knicks)
1969 East 123, West 112 Baltimore Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati)
1968 East 144, West 124 New York Hal Greer (Philadelphia 76ers)
1967 West 135, East 120 San Francisco Rick Barry (San Francisco)
1966 East 137, West 94 Cincinnati Adrian Smith (Cincinnati)
1965 East 124, West 123 St. Louis Jerry Lucas (Cincinnati)
1964 East 111, West 107 Boston Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati)
1963 East 115, West 108 Los Angeles Bill Russell (Boston Celtics)
1962 West 150, East 130 St. Louis Bob Pettit (St. Louis)
1961 West 153, East 131 Syracuse Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati)
1960 East 125, West 115 Philadelphia Wilt Chamberlain (Philadelphia 76ers)
1959 West 124, East 108 Detroit Elgin Baylor (Minneapolis )
Bob Pettit (St. Louis)
1958 East 130, West 118 St. Louis Bob Pettit (St. Louis)
1957 East 109, West 97 Boston Bob Cousy (Boston Celtics)
1956 West 108, East 94 Rochester Bob Pettit (St. Louis)
1955 East 100, West 91 New York Bill Sharman (Boston)
1954 East 98, West 93 (OT) New York Bob Cousy (Boston Celtics)
1953 West 79, East 75 Fort Wayne, Ind. George Mikan (Minneapolis)
1952 East 108, West 91 Boston Paul Arizin (Philadelphia 76ers)
1951 East 111, West 94 Boston Ed McCauley (Boston Celtics)