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PAST NBA ALLSTAR GAME WINNERS
2014: East, 163-1551982: East, 120-118
2013: West, 143-1381981: East, 123-120
2012: West, 152-1491980: East, 144-135 OT
2011: West, 148-1431979: West, 134-129
2010: East, 141-1391978: East, 133-125
2009: West, 146-119 1977: West, 125-124
2008: East, 134-128 1976: East, 123-109
2007: West, 153-132 1975: East, 108-102
2006: East, 122-120 1974: West, 134-123
2005: East, 125-115 1973: East, 104-84
2004: West, 136-1321972: West, 112-110
2003: West, 155-145 2-OT1971: West, 108-107
2002: West, 135-120 1970: East, 142-135
2001: East, 111-110 1969: East, 123-112
2000: West, 137-126 1968: East, 144-124
1999: Not Held 1967: West, 135-120
1998: East, 135-1141966: East, 137-94
1997: East, 132-120 1965: East, 124-123
1996: East, 129-118 1964: East, 111-107
1995: West, 139-112 1963: East, 115-108
1994: East, 127-118 1962: West, 150-130
1993: West, 135-132 OT 1961: West, 153-131
1992: West, 153-113 1960: East, 125-115
1991: East, 116-114 1959: West, 124-108
1990: East, 130-113 1958: East, 130-118
1989: West, 143-134 1957: East, 109-97
1988: East, 138-133 1956: West, 108-94
1987: West, 154-149 OT 1955: East, 100-91
1986: East, 139-1321954: East, 98-93 OT
1985: West, 140-129 1953: West, 79-75
1984: East, 154-145 OT 1952: East, 108-91
1983: East, 132-123 1951: East, 111-94
Foot Locker three-point shootout
2013 Kyrie Irving, Cleveland
2012 Kevin Love, Minnesota
2011 James Jones, Miami
2010 Paul Pierce, Boston
2009 Daequan Cook, Miami
2008 Jason Kapono, Toronto
2007 Jason Kapono, Miami
2006 Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas
2005 Quentin Richardson, Phoenix
2004 Voshon Lenard, Denver
2003 Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento
2002 Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento
2001 Ray Allen, Milwaukee
2000 Jeff Horancek, Utah
1999 Not Held
1998 Jeff Hornacek, Utah
1997 Steve Kerr, Chicago
1996 Tim Legler, Washington
1995 Glen Rice, Miami
1994 Mark Price, Cleveland
1993 Mark Price, Cleveland
1992 Craig Hodges, Chicago
1991 Craig Hodges, Chicago
1990 Craig Hodges, Chicago
1989 Dale Ellis, Seattle
1988 Larry Bird, Boston
1987 Larry Bird, Boston
1986 Larry Bird, Boston
NBA Rising Stars Challenge
2013 Team Chuck 163, Team Shaq 135 (Kenneth Faried, Denver - MVP)
2012 Team Chuck 146, Team Shaq 133 (Kyrie Irving, Cleveland - MVP)
2011 Rookies 148, Sophomores 140 (John Wall, Washington - MVP)
2010 Rookies 140, Sophomores 128 (Tyreke Evans, Sacramento - MVP)
2009 Sophomores 122, Rookies 116 (Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City - MVP)
2008 Sophomores 136, Rookies 109 (Daniel Gibson, Cleveland - MVP)
2007 Sophomores 155, Rookies 114 (David Lee, New York - MVP)
2006 Sophomores 106, Rookies 96 (Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia - MVP)
2005 Sophomores 133, Rookies 106 (Carmelo Anthony, Denver - MVP)
2004 Sophomores 142, Rookies 118 (Amar'e Stoudemire, Phoenix - MVP)
2003 Sophomores 132, Rookies 112 (Gilbert Arenas, Golden State - MVP)
2002 Rookies 103, Sophomores 97 (Jason Richardson, Golden State - MVP)
2001 2000 Rookies 121, 2001 Rookies 113 (Wally Sczerbiak, Minnesota - MVP)
2000 2000 Rookies 92, 1999 Rookies 83 OT (Elton Brand, Chicago - MVP)
1999 Not Held
1998 East 85, West 80 (Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Cleveland - MVP)
1997 East 91, West 85 (Allen Iverson, Philadelphia - MVP)
1996 East 94, West 92 (Damon Stoudamire, Toronto - MVP)
1995 White 83, Green 79 (OT) (Eddie Jones, LA Lakers - MVP)
1994 Phenoms 74, Sensations 68 (Anfernee Hardaway, Orlando - MVP)
Schick Legends Classic
*** Not held since 1993 ***
1993 East, 58-45
1992 East, 46-38
1991 East, 41-34
1990 East, 37-36
1989 West, 54-53
1988 East, 47-45 OT
1987 West, 54-43
1986 West, 53-44
1985 East, 63-53
1984 West, 64-63
Sprite Slam Dunk
2013 Terrence Ross, Toronto
2012 Jeremy Evans, Utah
2011 Blake Griffin, LA Clippers
2010 Nate Robinson, New York
2009 Nate Robinson, New York
2008 Dwight Howard, Orlando
2007 Gerald Green, Boston
2006 Nate Robinson, New York
2005 Josh Smith, Atlanta
2004 Fred Jones, Indiana
2003 Jason Richardson, Golden State
2002 Jason Richardson, Golden State
2001 Desmond Mason, Seattle
2000 Vince Carter, Toronto
1999 Not Held
1998 Not Held
1997 Kobe Bryant, LA Lakers
1996 Brent Barry, LA Clippers
1995 Harold Miner, Miami
1994 Isaiah Rider, Minnesota
1993 Harold Miner, Miami
1992 Cedric Ceballos, Phoenix
1991 Dee Brown, Boston
1990 Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta
1989 Kenny Walker, New York
1988 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1987 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1986 Spud Webb, Atlanta
1985 Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta
1984 Larry Nance, Phoenix
Sony All-Star 2Ball
*** Not held since 2001 ***
2001 Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento; Ruthie Bolton-Holifield, (WNBA)
2000 Jeff Hornacek, Utah; Natalie Williams, Utah Starzz (WNBA)
1999 Not Held
1998 Clyde Drexler, Houston; Cynthia Cooper, Houston Comets (WNBA)
Jeep All-Star Hoop-it-Up
*** Not held since 2003 ***
2003 Marko Jaric, Lisa Leslie, Magic Johnson, Ashton Kutcher
2002 Hedo Turkoglu, Ticha Penicheiro, Sarunas Marciulionis, Tom Cavanaugh
Sears Shooting Stars
2013 Chris Bosh, Miami; Swin Cash, Chicago Sky; Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta
2012 Landry Fields, New York; Cappie Pondexter, NY Liberty; Allan Houston
2011 Al Horford, Atlanta; Coco Miller, Atlanta Dream; Steve Smith, Atlanta
2010 Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas; Becky Hammon, Houston; Kenny Smith, San Antonio
2009 Aaron Affalo, Detroit; Katie Smith, Bill Laimbeer, Detroit
2008 Tim Duncan, David Robinson, San Antonio; Becky Hammon, San Antonio
2007 Bill Laimbeer, Chauncey Billups, Detroit; Swin Cash, Detroit Shock
2006 Tony Parker, Steve Kerr, San Antonio; Kendra Wecker, SA Silver Stars
2005 Shawn Marion, Dan Majerle, Phoenix; Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury
2004 Magic Johnson, Derek Fisher, LA Lakers; Lisa Leslie, LA Sparks
Taco Bell Skills Challenge
2013 Damian Lillard, Portland
2012 Tony Parker, San Antonio
2011 Stephen Curry, Golden State
2010 Steve Nash, Phoenix
2009 Derrick Rose, Chicago
2008 Deron Williams, Utah
2007 Dwayne Wade, Miami
2006 Dwayne Wade, Miami
2005 Steve Nash, Phoenix
2004 Baron Davis, New Orleans
2003 Jason Kidd, New Jersey
H-O-R-S-E Results
*** Not held since 2010 ***
2010 Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
2009 Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City