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All-Star Game rosters. The two all-star teams, Team LeBron and Team Durant, held a draft Thursday night and these were the results. UTSA is 2-1 all-time in games played on a Friday and 3-3 in also were invited to the East-West Shrine Bowl and NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. Team LeBron 148, Team Stephen 145.

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NBA All-Star TEAMS: Ben Simmons earns ANOTHER selection as Zion gets first call-up

Despite a slow start to the season and trade drama, Australian Ben Simmons will appear in his third All-Star Game on March 8 (AEDT).

Officially revealed on Wednesday, the Eastern Conference reserves include Simmons, James Harden, Julius Randle, Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Zach LaVine, and Nikola Vucevic.

Meanwhile in the East, Chris Paul, Paul George, Damian Lillard, Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert, Zion Williamson, and Anthony Davis all made the cut.

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Simmons is averaging 15.7 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 7.9 assists on the season, but has put up an average of 27.8 points over his last four games, and was rewarded by the coaches, who vote on the reserves, for his elite two-way play.

Elsewhere in the East, Harden’s inclusion means the Nets will have three players in the All-Star Game after both Kevin Durant and Kyrie were named as starters.

Boston’s Brown is a first-time All-Star, and joins teammate Tatum, who will make his second appearance. Meanwhile, Randle (New York Knicks) and LaVine (Chicago Bulls) also earned first-time All-Star call-ups. The Orlando Magic’s Vucevic will make his second All-Star appearance.

In the West, Zion Williamson snuck in despite New Orleans’ disappointing record. He will make his first All-Star appearance.

Mitchell and Gobert represent the NBA-leading Utah Jazz, Portland’s Lillard will feature after missing out on a starting role, while George makes it from the Clippers and Davis from the Lakers.

Phoenix’s Paul was a surprising inclusion over his higher-scoring teammate, Devin Booker, who is averaging 24.7 points on the season and made last year’s game.

Other notable snubs include Atlanta’s Trae Young, who started last year’s All-Star contest, Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton, Indiana’s Domantas Sabonis, San Antonio’s DeMar DeRozan, and Philadelphia’s Tobias Harris.

Western Conference starters

Stephen Curry, G — Golden State Warriors

Luka Doncic, G — Dallas Mavericks

LeBron James, F — Los Angeles Lakers (captain)

Kawhi Leonard, F — Los Angeles Clippers

Nikola Jokic, C — Denver Nuggets

Western Conference reserves

Chris Paul (Phoenix Suns)

Paul George (Los Angeles Clippers)

Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers)

Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz)

Rudy Gobert (Utah Jazz)

Zion Williamson (New Orleans Pelicans)

Anthony Davis (Los Angeles Lakers)

Eastern Conference starters

Kyrie Irving, G — Brooklyn Nets

Bradley Bal, G — Washington Wizards

Kevin Durant, F — Brooklyn Nets (captain)

Giannis Antetokounmpo, F — Milwaukee Bucks

Joel Embiid, C — Philadelphia 76ers

Eastern Conference reserves

James Harden (Brooklyn Nets)

Julius Randle (New York Knicks)

Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics)

Jaylen Brown (Boston Celtics)

Zach LaVine (Chicago Bulls)

Ben Simmons (Philadelphia 76ers)

Nikola Vucevic (Orlando Magic)

Источник: https://www.foxsports.com.au/basketball/nba/nba-2021-allstar-teams-full-rosters-picks-live-updates/news-story/94796842fab7e947941b5c61549d0369

High school football: East throttles West, 39-7, in SWOFCA All-Star game


Nak'emon Williams had a storybook tenure at Kings High School that included four school records.

But the special mention All-State and first-team all-district running back's grand prep career did not end with a showing at the OHSAA Track and Field Tournament last week as there was still a gridiron encore. 

Playing in his home stadium for the final time, Williams ran for two touchdowns in the 44th issue of the Southwestern Ohio Football Coaches Association Ron Woyan East-West All-Star Game to lead the East in a 39-7 drubbing over its West counterparts, Thursday night in Deerfield Township. 

More: Williams runs for 240 yards, four touchdowns to lead Kings in shootout over Milford

East has now won five straight and 12 of the last 13 contests and leads the all-time series, 26-18. Thursday marked East's largest margin of victory in the history of the game. Seven of East's prior 11 victories in the rivalry came by one possession. 

"They wanted to keep the East's streak going," said Waynesville head coach Scott Jordan, who coached the East. "They showed up, played hard and wanted to do it. I was super proud of those guys."

Williams, a two-time first-team Eastern Cincinnati Conference selection, opened the game's scoring with a 75-yard touchdown run — his third-longest rush at home of his carer after an 87-yard burst against Lakota East in 2017 and an 89-yard gallop versus Anderson last September.

Williams just missed inking his name in the SWOFCA All-Star game record books, as the longest touchdown run in the series history went for 81 yards in 2007 by Hughes' Montez Patterson.

Williams' eight-yard score early in the second quarter gave East a 13-0 advantage. 

"He (Williams) is a special player. We put in a Wildcat package for him and you saw the explosive touchdown run he had. To have that kind of performance on his home field, I'm sure that was great for him and his family," Jordan said. 

It was another year of defensive dominance for East, which has allowed only 63 points (12.6 per game) over its five-game winning streak since yielding a series-high 63 points in West's last victory (2014). 

East racked up multiple sacks as West's aerial attack failed to find any traction with Taft's Cleveland Farmer and Mount Healthy's Michael Crawford being held to under 100 combined passing yards. 

"Our defensive effort was unbelievable," Jordan said. "I knew our defense was going to be special in practice last week. I walked down to see the defensive practice and they were doing a pursuit drill and those guys were going as hard as they could for an all-star game. That's just effort."

There had been four previous shutouts in series history, with only one belonging to East (an 18-0 victory in 1997). West was able to avoid the game's first goose-egg since 2006 when Mount Healthy running back Ty Mincy's one-yard scoring plunge in the fourth quarter made it 33-7. 

More: Heart & Hustle: Senior RB Ty Mincy is back at Mt. Healthy, feels right at home

East was able to break the game open with help from its special teams. 

Sycamore's Brian Doneghy had 15 touchdowns over a three-year career with the Aviators, including a pair of pick-sixes last season. 

But the running back/defensive back had never found pay-dirt on special teams until Thursday, when he blocked a pair of punts and returned one for a six-yard second-quarter score that made it 20-0 heading into the intermission. 

East struck again on special teams to open the second half. Walnut Hills' wide receiver Andre Allen Jr. set a SWOFCA All-Star game record with a 91-yard kickoff return to make it 27-0. The previous mark was an 80-yard return, set by Northwest's Dominick Williams in 2013. 

Western Brown dual-threat quarterback Josh Taylor, who combined for over 4,000 yards from scrimmage and 26 touchdowns last season, raced in from 24 yards out to give East a 33-0 advantage. 

Waynesville's Anthony Carmichael supplied the game's only passing touchdown with an 18-yard toss to Princeton's Jermaine Wimpye to cap the night's scoring. 

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Источник: https://www.cincinnati.com/story/sports/2019/06/07/high-school-football-east-throttles-west-39-7-swofca-all-star-game/1378051001/

Take a look back at the history of the NBA All-Star Game.

All-Star Weekend Event History:


NBA All-Star Game Recaps

2021: Team LeBron 170, Team Durant 150

Location: Atlanta, GA

MVP: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks


2020: Team LeBron 157, Team Giannis 155

Location: Chicago, IL

MVP: Kawhi Leonard, LA Clippers


2019: Team LeBron 178, Team Giannis 164

Location: Charlotte, N.C.

MVP: Kevin Durant, Golden State Warriors


2018: Team LeBron 148, Team Stephen 145

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

MVP: LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers


2017: West 192, East 182

Location: New Orleans, La.

MVP: Anthony Davis, New Orleans Pelicans


2016: West 196, East 173

Location: Toronto, Ont.

MVP: Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder


2015: West 163, East 158

Location: New York, N.Y.

MVP: Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder


2014: East 163, West 155

Location: New Orleans, La.

MVP: Kyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers


2013: West 143, East 138

Location: Houston, Texas

MVP: Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers


2012: West 152, East 149

Location: Orlando, Fla.

MVP: Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder


2011: West 148, East 143

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

MVP: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers


2010: East 141, West, 139

Location: Arlington, Texas

MVP: Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat


2009: West 146, East 119

Location: Phoenix, Ariz.

MVP: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers, Shaquille O’Neal, Phoenix Suns


2008: East 134, West 128

Location: New Orleans, La.

MVP: LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers


2007: West 153, East 132

Location: Las Vegas, Nev.

MVP: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers


2006: East 122, West 120

Location: Houston, Texas

MVP: LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers


2005: East 125, West 115

Location: Denver, Colo.

MVP: Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers


2004: West 136, East 132

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

MVP: Shaquille O’Neal, Los Angeles Lakers


2003: West 155, East 145 (2 OT)

Location: Atlanta, Ga.

MVP: Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves


2002: West 135, East 120

Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

MVP: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers


2001: East 111, West 110

Location: Washington, D.C.

MVP: Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers


2000: West 137, East 126

Location: Oakland, Calif.

MVP: Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs; Shaquille O’Neal, Los Angeles Lakers


1998: East 135, West 114

Location: New York City, N.Y.

MVP: Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls


1997: East 132, West 120

Location: Cleveland, Ohio

MVP: Glen Rice, Charlotte Hornets


1996: East 129, West 118

Location: San Antonio, Texas

MVP: Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls


1995: West 139, East 112

Location: Phoenix, Ariz.

MVP: Mitch Richmond, Sacramento Kings


1994: East 127, West 118

Location: Minneapolis, Minn.

MVP: Scottie Pippen, Chicago Bulls


1993: West 135, East 132 (OT)

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

MVP: Karl Malone and John Stockton, Utah Jazz


1992: West 153, East 113

Location: Orlando, Fla.

MVP: Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers


1991: East 116, West 114

Location: Charlotte, N.C.

MVP: Charles Barkley, Philadelphia 76ers


1990: East 130, West 113

Location: Miami, Fla.

MVP: Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers


1989: West 143, East 134

Location: Houston, Texas

MVP: Karl Malone, Utah Jazz


1988: East 138, West 133

Location: Chicago, Ill.

MVP: Michael Jordan, 1988


1987: West 154, East 149 (OT)

Location: Seattle, Wash.

MVP: Tom Chambers, Seattle Supersonics


1986: East 139, West 132

Location: Dallas, Texas

MVP: Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons


1985: West 140, East 129

Location: Indianapolis, Ind.

MVP: Ralph Sampson, Houston Rockets


1984: East 154, West 145 (OT)

Location: Denver, Colo.

MVP: Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons


1983: East 132, West 123

Location: Inglewood, Calif.

MVP: Julius Erving, Philadelphia 76ers


1982: East 120, West 118

Location: East Rutherford, N.J.

MVP: Larry Bird, Boston Celtics


1981: East 123, West 120

Location: Richfield, Ohio

MVP: Nate Archibald, Boston Celtics


1980: East 144, West 136 (OT)

Location: Landover, Md.

MVP: George Gervin, San Antonio Spurs


1979: West 134, East 129

Location: Pontiac, Mich.

MVP: David Thompson, Denver Nuggets


1978: East 133, West 125

Location: Atlanta, Ga.

MVP: Randy Smith, Buffalo Braves


1977: West 125, East 124

Location: Milwaukee, Wis.

MVP: Julius Erving, Philadelphia 76ers


1976: East 123, West 109

Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

MVP: Dave Bing, Washington Bullets


1975: East 108, West 102

Location: Phoenix, Ariz.

MVP: Walt Frazier, New York Knicks


1974: West 134, East 123

Location: Seattle, Wash.

MVP: Bob Lanier, Detroit Pistons


1973: East 104, West 84

Location: Chicago, Ill.

MVP: Dave Cowens, Boston Celtics


1972: West 112, East 110

Location: Inglewood, Calif.

MVP: Jerry West, Los Angeles Lakers


1971: West 108, East 107

Location: San Diego, Calif.

MVP: Lenny Wilkens, Seattle Supersonics


1970: East 142, West 135

Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

MVP: Willis Reed, New York Knicks


1969: East 123, West 112

Location: Baltimore, Md.

MVP: Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Royals


1968: East 144, West 124

Location: New York City, N.Y.

MVP: Hal Greer, Philadelphia 76ers


1967: West 135, East 120

Location: Daly City, Calif.

MVP: Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors


1966: East 137, West 94

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

MVP: Adrian Smith, Cincinnati Royals


1965: East 124, West 123

Location: St. Louis, Mo.

MVP: Jerry Lucas, Cincinnati Royals


1964: East 111, West 107

Location: Boston, Mass.

MVP: Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Royals


1963: East 115, West 108

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

MVP: Bill Russell, Boston Celtics


1962: West 150, East 130

Location: St. Louis, Mo.

MVP: Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks


1961: West 153, East 131

Location: Syracus, N.Y.

MVP: Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Royals


1960: East 125, West 115

Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

MVP: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors


1959: West 124, East 108

Location: Detroit, Mich.

MVP: Elgin Baylor, Minneapolis Lakers; Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks


1958: East 130, West 118

Location: St. Louis, Mo.

MVP: Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks


1957: East 109, West 97

Location: Boston, Mass.

MVP: Bob Cousy, Boston Celtics


1956: West 108, East 94

Location: Rochester, N.Y.

MVP: Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks


1955: East 100, West 91

Location: New York City, N.Y.

MVP: Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics


1954: East 98, West 93

Location: New York City, N.Y.

MVP: Bob Cousy, Boston Celtics


1953: West 79, East 75

Location: Fort Wayne, Ind.

MVP: George Mikan, Minneapolis Lakers


1952: East 108, West 91

Location: Boston, Mass.

MVP: Paul Arizin, Philadelphia Warriors


1951: East 111, West 94

Location: Boston, Mass.

MVP: Ed Macauley, Boston Celtics

Источник: https://www.nba.com/history/all-star

Metro Detroit seniors take baseball field for final time in MHSBCA All-Star Game


Brother Rice senior Blaise Wilcenski didn’t get a chance to play in the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game at Comerica Park. But he had a chance to have that big-league experience. 

Wilcenski ran with a catcher and a coach to the Detroit Tigers’ home bullpen to warm up for his outing, likely scheduled to come later in the game than what ended up being a five-inning, rain-shortened affair. 

Ever since he was a kid, he said, he had thought about playing baseball at Comerica Park. While Wilcenski had the chance multiple times in a Brother Rice uniform, that bullpen session made this one feel different. 

“It’s crazy,” Wilcenski said. “You just sit there and hear the zip of the ball coming in and the echo and all the pops, it’s incredible.” 

In five innings, Wilcenski and the rest of the East All-Star team — made up of mostly Division 1 commits from the metro Detroit area — squeaked out the win against the West team, 2-1, in five innings. 

More: Meet the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association All-State teams members

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Wilcenski’s teammate, senior right-handed pitcher John Locker, was no novice to that pitching mound. And he showed it against some of the best hitters from the west side of the state: pitching two scoreless innings and striking out three — all looking. 

“I don’t really pay attention to who I’m facing,” Locker said. “It’s more of what I can do myself, be confident and do what I got to do.” 

This was Locker’s mentality throughout his senior season with the Warriors, leading them as their No. 1 starter,to the program’s third-straight Division 1 state semifinal appearance, losing to Grand Blanc in the final. 

Now Locker’s focus is on getting his arm and his body in the best shape possible ahead of officially joining Michigan State baseball in the fall. 

“I think we have a good group of guys,” he said of the Spartans. “I like everyone I’ve met. I expect to work hard, but also have fun and play with a good team.” 

Wilcenski has not picked a college program, but said he feels that trust will be a huge factor wherever he chooses to go, something he’s seen in his time with the Warriors. 

“The brotherhood is one thing that we talk about a lot at Brother Rice,” Wilcenski said. "I guess you could see that that translated from our school to not only our school, but to life as a whole. The way they have taught us that brotherhood — that we all work for each other and that guy is going to have out back up or down — it’s incredible.” 

Stepping up behind the plate 

Being a catcher in an All-Star Game was kind of awkward for Lakeland senior Kevin Krill. 

He said he likes to know his pitchers to a degree before he goes behind the plate, but that the situation called for something different. 

“All these guys are so good,” Krill said. “You just tell them where to put the ball and they put it there. It can be a lot more fun than just catching your average high school pitchers. 

Catching four of the five innings played, Krill helped keep the West All-Stars offense at bay, limiting the lineup to one run on two hits. At the plate, he walked in his only at bat. 

This game was more than just about statistical success for the Lakeland senior. It was about showing up in a dugout filled with Division 1 prospects, and feeling like he had a place, something he said he wanted to experience before officially joining the baseball team at Oakland University. 

“I think I learned how close it really is between me and the guys that are supposed to be the tippity top,” Krill said. “It’s really close and it’s an awesome atmosphere to be around. I think it’s a good one to get exposed to before college.” 

Krill felt Lakeland helped prepare him for that next level. 

Lakeland head coach Brad Farquhar played him significantly in both his freshman and sophomore seasons, finding his stride as a senior for a team that finished 34-5-1, setting the record for most wins in school history and winning its third-straight Lakes Valley Conference title. 

“It’s been amazing how successful we were, besides the COVID year, all four years,” Krill said. “Thankfully, I have had one of the best — in my opinion, the best — high school coach in the state. He’s given me the opportunity to prove myself at an early age… Just having the support from Coach Farquhar and the rest of the staff, it’s been amazing.” 

And in his final game in a Lakeland uniform, even though he had the chance to call his own pitches, Krill said those throwers didn’t give him much say. 

“They shake me off a lot,” Krill said laughing. “Pitchers in these games want to call their own pitches.” 

'I love the big lights' 

Saborn Campbell had the MHSBCA All-Star Game on his radar since freshman year. 

While playing at a tournament in Georgia, the Detroit Country Day senior recalls watching former Yellowjackets and current University of Tampa first baseman John Malcom play in the game, putting himself in that place. 

Campbell fit right in, leading off the bottom of the first inning with an infield single, beating an overthrow from the shortstop in his only at bat of the day. 

“I love the big lights, I love the big stage,” Campbell said. “The dream is always playing pro baseball, so being able to play in a pro stadium this early in my life, it just sets the tone for my future.” 

In his first season back from injury, Campbell worked his way back, helping Detroit Country Day to a record of 15-5 before losing to Orchard Lake St. Mary’s in the Division 2 district final. 

“It was everything I hoped for,” the senior outfielder and second baseman said. “We ended up losing, but I was able to have a good season, I made a lot of new friends, a lot of young guys I was able to mentor. It was a great season all around.” 

The lights will only get bigger for the Detroit Country Day senior starting next season, committing to Stanford. But he feels like if he just stays within himself, he should rise to the occasion. 

“I just have to stay focused and not really get overwhelmed,” Campbell said. “Just stay within myself and play my game. Stay true to myself and play my game and have fun.” 

Goal achieved

Aidan Arbogast worked his way to playing at Comerica Park Monday night. 

The All-Star Game was something of a motivational tool, using it as fuel as he worked out ahead of his senior season at Livonia Stevenson in the winter months. So when he took the field, it was a surreal moment for the first baseman and pitcher. 

“It just felt really cool playing on this big of a field,” Arbogast said. “Like a Major League Baseball field in an actual game with other D1 commits, it’s pretty cool.” 

In his only at bat, Arbogast struck out, also going out to field in the sixth inning before the game was called due to weather. But his at bat was something that didn’t surprise him. 

“This is the type of pitching you are going to see at the college level,” Arbogast said. “It’s this type of velo. It’s going to help me and my teammates.” 

The senior’s bat and arm helped advance Stevenson to the regional semifinal before the Spartans lost to Brother Rice, ending their season. But Arbogast said he’ll never forget the energy Stevenson cultivated in the dugout as 2021 continued. 

“All of us came together, we didn’t really know what we were going to have,” Arbogast said. “We all came together, played very well throughout the year.” 

Starting next season, Arbogast will continue his baseball career at Mid Michigan Community College, something this All-Star Game, he said, helped him prepare for. 

“I think it’s going to help push me to get better and better,” Arbogast said. “And I’m going to be there with them.”

Contact reporter Colin Gay at [email protected] or 248-330-6710. Follow him on Twitter @ColinGay17. Send game results and stats to [email protected]

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Источник: https://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/high-school/2021/06/28/metro-detroit-baseball-seniors-shine-mhsbca-all-star-game/7789340002/
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Brother Rice senior Blaise Wilcenski didn’t get a chance to play in the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game at Comerica Park. But he had a chance to have that big-league experience. 

Wilcenski ran with a catcher and a coach to the Detroit Tigers’ home bullpen to warm up for his outing, likely scheduled to come later in the game than what ended up being a five-inning, rain-shortened affair. 

Ever since he was a kid, he said, he had thought about playing baseball at Comerica Park. While Wilcenski had the chance multiple times in a Brother Rice uniform, that bullpen session made this one feel different. 

“It’s crazy,” Wilcenski said. “You just sit there and hear the zip of the ball coming in and the echo and all the pops, it’s incredible.” 

In five innings, Wilcenski and the rest of the East All-Star team — made up of mostly Division 1 commits from the metro Detroit area — squeaked out the win against the West team, 2-1, in five innings. 

More: Meet the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association All-State teams members

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Wilcenski’s teammate, senior right-handed pitcher John Locker, was no novice to that pitching mound. And he showed it against some of the best hitters from the west side of the state: pitching two scoreless innings and striking out three — all looking. 

“I don’t really pay attention to who I’m facing,” Locker said. “It’s more of what I can do myself, be confident and do what I got to do.” 

This was Locker’s mentality throughout his senior season with the Warriors, leading them as their No. 1 starter,to the program’s third-straight Division 1 state semifinal appearance, losing to Grand Blanc in the final. 

Now Locker’s focus is on getting his arm and his body in the best shape possible ahead of officially joining Michigan State baseball in the fall. 

“I think we have a good group of guys,” he said of the Spartans. “I like everyone I’ve met. I expect to work hard, but also have fun and play with a good team.” 

Wilcenski has not picked a college program, but said he feels that trust will be a huge factor wherever he chooses to go, something he’s seen in his time with the Warriors. 

“The brotherhood is one thing that we talk about a lot at Brother Rice,” Wilcenski said. "I guess you could see that that translated from our school to not only our school, but to life as a whole. The way they have taught us that brotherhood — that we all work for east and west all star game score other and that guy is going to have out back up or down — it’s incredible.” 

Stepping up behind the plate 

Being a catcher in an All-Star Game was kind of awkward for Lakeland senior Kevin Krill. 

He said he likes to know his pitchers to a degree before he goes behind the plate, but that the situation called for something different. 

“All these guys are so good,” Krill said. “You just tell them where to put the ball and they put it there. It can be a lot more fun than just catching your average high school pitchers. 

Catching four of the five innings played, Krill helped keep the West All-Stars offense at bay, limiting the lineup to one run on two hits. At the plate, he walked in his only at bat. 

This game was more than just about statistical success for the Lakeland senior. It was about showing up in a dugout filled with Division 1 prospects, and feeling like he had a place, something he said he wanted to experience before officially joining the baseball team at Oakland University. 

“I think I learned how close it really is between me and the guys that are supposed to be the tippity top,” Krill said. “It’s really close and it’s an awesome atmosphere to be around. I think it’s a good one to get exposed to before college.” 

Krill felt Lakeland helped prepare him for that next level. 

Lakeland head coach Brad Farquhar played him significantly in both his freshman and sophomore seasons, finding his stride as a senior for a team that finished 34-5-1, setting the record for most wins in school history and winning its third-straight Lakes Valley Conference title. 

“It’s been amazing how successful we were, besides the COVID year, all four years,” Krill said. “Thankfully, I have had one of the best — in my opinion, the best east and west all star game score high school coach in the state. He’s given me the opportunity to prove myself at an early age… Just having the support from Coach Farquhar and the rest of the staff, it’s been amazing.” 

And in his final game in a Lakeland uniform, even though he had the chance to call his own pitches, Krill said those throwers didn’t give him much say. 

“They shake me off a lot,” Krill said laughing. “Pitchers in these games want to call their own pitches.” 

'I love the big lights' 

Saborn Campbell had the MHSBCA All-Star Game on his radar since freshman year. 

While playing at a tournament in Georgia, the Detroit Country Day senior recalls watching former The huntington national bank inc and current University of Tampa first baseman John Malcom play in the game, putting himself in that place. 

Campbell fit right in, leading off the bottom of the first inning with an infield single, beating an overthrow from the shortstop in his only at bat of the day. 

“I love the big lights, I love the big stage,” Campbell said. “The dream is always playing pro baseball, so being able to play in a pro stadium this early in personalized party favors for 1st birthday life, it just sets the tone for my future.” 

In his first season back from injury, Campbell worked his way back, helping Detroit Country Day to a record of 15-5 before losing to Orchard Lake St. Mary’s in the Division 2 district final. 

“It was everything I hoped for,” the senior outfielder and second baseman said. “We ended up losing, but I was able to have a good season, I made a lot of new friends, a lot of young guys I was able to mentor. It was a great season all around.” 

The lights will only get bigger for the Detroit Country Day senior starting next season, committing to Stanford. But he feels like if he just stays within himself, he should rise to the occasion. 

“I just have to stay focused and not really get overwhelmed,” Campbell said. “Just stay within myself and play my game. Stay true to myself and play my game and have fun.” 

Goal achieved

Aidan Arbogast worked his way to playing at Comerica East and west all star game score Monday night. 

The All-Star Game was something of a motivational tool, using it as fuel as he worked out ahead of his senior season at Livonia Stevenson in the winter months. So when he took the field, it was a surreal moment for the first baseman and pitcher. 

“It just felt really cool playing on this big of a field,” Arbogast said. “Like a Major League Baseball field in an actual game with other D1 commits, it’s pretty cool.” 

In his only at bat, Arbogast struck out, also going out to field in the sixth inning before the game was called due to weather. But his at bat was something that didn’t surprise him. 

“This is the type of pitching you are going to see at the college level,” Arbogast said. “It’s this type of velo. It’s going to help me and my teammates.” 

The senior’s bat and arm helped advance Stevenson to the regional semifinal before the Spartans lost to Brother Rice, ending their season. But Arbogast said he’ll never forget the huntington national bank inc energy Stevenson cultivated in the dugout as 2021 continued. 

“All of us came together, we didn’t really know what we were going to have,” Arbogast said. “We all came together, played very well throughout the year.” 

Starting next season, Arbogast will continue his baseball career at Mid Michigan Community College, something this All-Star Game, he said, helped him prepare for. 

“I think it’s going to help push me to get better and better,” Arbogast said. “And I’m going to be there with them.”

Contact reporter Colin Gay at [email protected] or 248-330-6710. Follow him on Twitter @ColinGay17. Send game results and stats to [email protected]

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Источник: https://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/high-school/2021/06/28/metro-detroit-baseball-seniors-shine-mhsbca-all-star-game/7789340002/

It wasn’t just the win or the margin of victory that impressed Rob Zeitman the most Saturday afternoon.

Zeitman, the Jenison High School varsity football coach, was selected to coach the West All-Stars in the 39th East-West Michigan High School Football Coaches Association All-Star Game at Lawrence Tech University in Southfield. West rolled to a 48-14 victory after breaking the game open with four second-quarter touchdowns.

West had the game well in control by the time East Grand Rapids’ Nate Milanowski capped the scoring with a two-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. But it was Milanowski’s score that Zeitman pointed out when summing up this weekend’s victory.

“Our running backs are rotating through, and they younique bb cream around and said, ‘Coach, we have to get Nate one,’” Zeitman said. “I said, ‘Alright, we are going to try,’ and he ends up getting the last touchdown. It was cool for Nate, and he had an interception and a big game, but the fact that they were rooting for his success made it that much cooler. Sometimes you feel with all-star games that it’s about me, it’s about me. But this couldn’t have been further from the truth. That’s what made it special.

“The kids were awesome. What a great group of kids who bonded pretty quickly, and they were really rooting for each other. That was the coolest thing.”

East-West football game

COVID-19 forced event officials to cancel the 2020 all-star game. But it returned this summer, and it once again featured numerous top recent graduates from across Michigan.

Montague’s Drew Collins, Zeeland West’s Carson Gulker and Forest Hills Northern’s Trinidad Chambliss shared the quarterbacking duties for West. Collins threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Blake Bosma and scored on a 1-yard run. Gulker also ran for one and threw for another, scoring on a 2-yard run and throwing a 45-yard touchdown pass to Marquette’s Kameron Karp.

Dorion Riley of Jackson sparked West’s ground game, rushing for 84 yards on 10 carries and a score. Traverse City Central’s Austin Bills added 76 yards rushing on seven carries and a score. Karp finished with three catches and 86 yards.

Ludington’s Jake Plamondon and Byron Center’s Austin Roon led West’s defense with eight and seven tackles, respectively. Roon will play at Syracuse and Plamondon is headed to Ferris State. Rockford’s Luke McLean recorded an interception for West, and Thornapple-Kellogg’s Mitchell Middleton, who served as a team captain, kicked six extra points.

“We had so many big plays,” Zeitman said. “Mona Shores’ Khyree Hamel was playing more of a strong safety for us, but one of our linebacker’s hamstring was tightening up, so we put Khyree in as a week-side backer. Khyree just comes up and smashes the 4th-and-3 run play. He made a huge play to make sure no one was going to score again. There was a lot of pride in how our kids played.

“We had Grandville’s Caden Peddie and Hudsonville’s Michael Momber playing side-by-side up front. They were dead set determined that there was going to be nothing run up the middle. Austin Bills was a missile inside and out.”

East-West football game

Zeitman was joined on the coaching staff by Marc Cisco (Byron Center), John Crose (Calumet), Josh Frantti (Calumet), Kevin Kent (Lake City), Joe Morse (Jenison), Tim Peterson (Kingsley) and Paul Roussey (Byron Center). He also said it was an honor to coach Jenison lineman Ethan Kirkland one more time.

“From my standpoint, it was a huge honor to be asked to coach and represent Jenison Public Schools in the All-Star Game,” Zeitman said.

East’s Jameson Chesser scored on a 55-yard second-quarter run that gave his team a 7-6 lead. East also scored on a 5-yard third-quarter run by Maurice Davis of Ecorse. Chesser, of Lenawee Christian, led East with 60 yards rushing on three carries. Noah Beaudrie of Erie Mason threw for 92 yards.

Источник: https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2021/06/west-beats-east-as-michigan-high-school-football-all-star-game-returns-after-2019-cancelation.html

     The East-West All-Star Games were founded in 1949 by Coach Bob Jamieson of Grimsley High School and Smith Barrier, the Sports Editor of the Greensboro Daily News, to help finance the North Carolina Coaches Association coaching clinic. The games feature players who have just graduated from high school – the best from the Eastern half of North Carolina against the best from the West. Coach Jamieson served as the Director of All-Star Games from 1949 until 1986. Upon his retirement, his protege, Phil Weaver, assumed the director’s position.

     Football and Men’s Basketball were the sports played that first year.  Football game was the first game played in the 11,000 seat Jamieson Stadium at Greensboro Senior High School (now Grimsley High School) and we are still playing the All-Star Game at that site. The basketball game was played at Guilford College in Greensboro.

     In 1954, the basketball game moved to the new Greensboro Senior High School gymnasium and was the first game played in that new and innovative facility.  The first basket was scored by Charlie Adams of Cary High School, who would become the longtime Executive Director of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.  In 1960 the basketball games moved to the new Greensboro Coliseum where the games are still played in its main arena.  Women’s Basketball was added to the All-Star Games in the summer of 1975 and Soccer for both men and women premiered in 1992 at the UNCG Soccer Stadium.  In 2015, the Soccer matches relocated to the magnificent MacPherson Stadium at the Bryan Park Soccer Complex.  Currently, the Games feature 36 football players and 6 coaches on each team, 16 players and 1 coach on each of the four soccer teamsand 10 players and 2 coaches for each basketball team. That’s 168 players, 24 coaches, 6 athletic trainers and 17 officials honored each summer. 

     Traditionally, the games are held during the third week of July in conjunction with the NC Coaching Clinic. The Games are played on consecutive nights beginning with the two basketball games on Monday. Soccer follows on Tuesday and Football is on Wednesday.


2022 All-Star Coaches Information Form

Visit the Official Website of the NCCA East-West All-Star Games


Источник: https://www.nccoach.org/eastwestgames.html

NBA All-Star TEAMS: Ben Simmons earns ANOTHER selection as Zion gets first call-up

Despite a slow start to the season and trade drama, Australian Ben Simmons will appear in his third All-Star Game on March 8 (AEDT).

Officially revealed on Wednesday, the Eastern Conference how to remove business account on instagram include Simmons, James Harden, Julius Randle, Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Zach LaVine, and Nikola Vucevic.

Meanwhile in the East, Chris Paul, Paul George, Damian Lillard, Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert, Zion Williamson, and Anthony Davis all made the cut.

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Simmons is averaging 15.7 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 7.9 assists on the season, but has put up an average of 27.8 points over his last four games, and was rewarded by the coaches, who vote on the reserves, for his elite two-way play.

Elsewhere in the East, Harden’s inclusion means the Nets will have three players in the All-Star Game after both Kevin Durant and Kyrie were named as starters.

Boston’s Brown is a first-time All-Star, and joins teammate Tatum, who will make his second appearance. Meanwhile, Randle (New York Knicks) and LaVine (Chicago Bulls) also earned first-time All-Star call-ups. The Orlando Magic’s Vucevic will make his second All-Star appearance.

In the West, Zion Williamson snuck in despite New Orleans’ disappointing record. He will make his first All-Star appearance.

Mitchell and Gobert represent the NBA-leading Utah Jazz, Portland’s Lillard will feature after missing out on a starting east and west all star game score, while George makes it from the Clippers and Davis from the Lakers.

Phoenix’s Paul was a surprising inclusion over his higher-scoring teammate, Devin Booker, who is averaging 24.7 points on the season and made last year’s game.

Other notable snubs include Atlanta’s Trae Young, who started last year’s All-Star contest, Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton, Indiana’s Domantas Sabonis, San Antonio’s DeMar DeRozan, and Philadelphia’s Tobias Harris.

Western Conference starters

Stephen Curry, G — Golden State Warriors

Luka Doncic, G — Dallas Mavericks

LeBron James, F — Los Angeles Lakers (captain)

Kawhi Leonard, F — Los Angeles Clippers

Nikola Jokic, C — Denver Nuggets

Western Conference reserves

Chris Paul (Phoenix Suns)

Paul George (Los Angeles Clippers)

Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers)

Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz)

Rudy Gobert (Utah Jazz)

Zion Williamson (New Orleans Pelicans)

Anthony Davis (Los Angeles Lakers)

Eastern Conference starters

Kyrie Irving, G — Brooklyn Nets

Bradley Bal, G — Washington Wizards

Kevin Durant, F — Brooklyn Nets (captain)

Giannis Antetokounmpo, F — Milwaukee Bucks

Joel Embiid, C — Philadelphia 76ers

Eastern Conference reserves

James Harden (Brooklyn Nets)

Julius Randle (New York Knicks)

Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics)

Jaylen Brown (Boston Celtics)

Zach LaVine (Chicago Bulls)

Ben Simmons (Philadelphia 76ers)

Nikola Vucevic (Orlando Magic)

Источник: https://www.foxsports.com.au/basketball/nba/nba-2021-allstar-teams-full-rosters-picks-live-updates/news-story/94796842fab7e947941b5c61549d0369

NBA All-Star Game 2021 results, highlights: Giannis Antetokounmpo wins MVP as Team LeBron cruises to victory

As TNT's Allie LaForce put it Sunday night, everything about the 2021 NBA All-Star experience was rather. . unique.

Instead of holding its typical All-Star events over multiple days, the league crammed everything into one evening. The best players from around the NBA gathered at State Farm Arena in Atlanta with the skills competitions and All-Star Game all taking place over the course of a few hours.

Unlike last year's drama-filled exhibition, the 2021 All-Star Game failed to deliver an exciting ending, as Team LeBron coasted to a 170-150 victory over Team Durant. Giannis Antetokounmpo took home the All-Star MVP trophy after scoring 35 points on perfect 16-of-16 shooting.

The All-Star festivities started with the Skills Challenge, which became the Domantas Sabonis Show. The Pacers big man defeated Julius Randle, Luka Doncic and Nikola Vucevic in that event to capture the title. Stephen Curry unsurprisingly emerged as the 3-point Contest champion, though Mike Conley did give him a challenge. Anfernee Simons did just enough to win the Slam Dunk Contest, which took place at halftime of the All-Star Game.

Sporting News provided live updates from the 2021 NBA All-Star Game as well as the Skills Challenge, 3-point Contest and Slam Dunk Contest. Check out all of the highlights you may have missed below.

MORE: Who won the 2021 NBA Slam Dunk Contest?

Team LeBron vs. Team Durant score

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NBA All-Star Game 2021 results, highlights

(All times Eastern)

All-Star Game (second half)

10:55 p.m. — Boom. Dame Time. Damian Lillard makes it a clean sweep for Team LeBron with a deep 3-pointer to hit the target score of 170.

10:40 p.m. — Donovan Mitchell beats the buzzer, but Team LeBron continues its run of dominance and takes yet another quarter. Team Durant trails by 21 points on the overall scoreboard heading into the final frame.

10:25 p.m. — Did Giannis Antetokounmpo call bank? We're going to need the on-court audio.

10:20 p.m. — Look at Kyrie Irving showing off the hops.

Slam Dunk Contest

10:05 p.m. — Anfernee Simons is the 2021 Slam Dunk Contest champion. The Trail Blazers guard secured the title with the "Almost Kissed" throwdown.

9:55 p.m. — A basic one-handed jam isn't enough for Cassius Stanley to advance. It's Anfernee Simons vs. Obi Toppin in the final round.

9:45 p.m. — Obi Toppin earns a 48 on his first dunk, and Anfernee Simons receives a 46. Hmmm. . not sure about these scores so far.

9:40 p.m. — Cassius Stanley goes between the legs to kick off the Slam Dunk Contest, but the judges give him a 44. Man, we've got some tough evaluators here.

All-Star Game (first half)

9:35 p.m. — Team LeBron turns the second quarter into a 60-41 blowout after going on a wild 21-2 run. They take a 100-80 overall lead into the locker room. It turns out having two of the best shooters on the planet is a good thing.

9:20 p.m. — Zion Williamson, professional lob catcher.

9:10 p.m. — Chris Paul really wanted to win this jump ball.

9 p.m. — At the end of the first quarter, Team LeBron holds a 40-39 lead. Curry has 12 points and is feeling good after winning the 3-point Contest.

8:55 p.m. — OK, Steph. That's just silly.

8:45 p.m. — Why look at the basket when you already know what will happen?

8:35 p.m. — The first possession of the 2021 All-Star Game ends with a Nikola Jokic turnover, just as we all expected.

3-point Contest

7:50 p.m. — At the buzzer. . bang! Stephen Curry hits the last money ball to beat Mike Conley by one point. Curry is now a two-time 3-point Contest champion.

7:40 p.m. — Stephen Curry blows away the rest of the field with a 31-point performance. East and west all star game score will face Mike Conley (28) and Jayson Tatum (25) in the final round.

7:30 p.m. — The 3-point Contest leaderboard after three shooters: Jayson Tatum (25), Zach LaVine (22) and Jaylen Brown (17). Coming up next: Mike Conley, Stephen Curry and Donovan Mitchell.

7:25 p.m. — Someone needs to tell Jaylen Brown that there are no 4-point plays in this contest.

Skills Challenge

7:05 p.m. — After finishing as the runner-up last year, Domantas Sabonis captures the Skills Challenge trophy.

"Wanted to make sure I got it done this time," Sabonis said.

7 p.m. — It's an all big man final round. Domantas Sabonis and Nikola Vucevic defeat Skills Challenge favorites Luka Doncic and Chris Paul.

6:55 p.m. — And here we go. Domantas Sabonis takes down Julius Randle in the first matchup of the evening. Then Nikola Vucevic eliminates Robert Covington to advance to the next round.

Источник: https://www.sportingnews.com/us/nba/news/nba-all-star-game-2021-live-score-updates-highlights/ik1i2ue3cpxx13qwths11yrlv

Here are the rosters for this year's NBA All-Star Game — and the notable stars who were left off the list

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  • The NBA has released its complete rosters for the 2020 NBA All-Star game.
  • The starters — which include LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Kawhi Leonard, Luka Doncic, and James Harden in the Western Conference and Giannis Antetokounmpo, Joel Embiid, Pascal Siakam, Tre Young, and Kemba Walker in the Eastern Conference — were selected based on the total number of votes they received from fans, media, and players.
  • With the most votes in their respective conferences, LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo will serve as team captains for the Western and Eastern Conference All-Star squads.
  • James and Antetokounmpo will have the responsibility of drafting their teams from the remaining pool of All-Star starters and reserves in a special NBA All-Star Draft Show on TNT Thursday, February 6 at 7 p.m.
  • Check out the full list of 2020 NBA All-Stars — and some of the noteworthy players who didn't make the cut — below:
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Western Conference starters:

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Captain: LeBron James (Frontcourt)

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Team: Los Angeles Lakers

All-Star Selections: 16

2019-2020 Stats: 25.3 PPG, 7.7 RPG, 10.7 APG

Fan Rank: 1

Player Rank: 1

Media Rank: 1

Weighted Score: 1.0

Anthony Davis (Frontcourt)

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Team: Los Angeles Lakers

All-Star Selections: 7

2019-2020 Stats: 26.5 PPG, 9.1 RPG, 3.2 APG

Fan Rank: 2

Player Rank: 2

Media Rank: 2

Weighted Score: 2.0

Kawhi Leonard (Frontcourt)

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Team: Los Angeles Clippers

All-Star Selections: 4

2019-2020 Stats: 27.4 PPG, 7.6 RPG, 5.2 APG

Fan Rank: 3

Player Rank: 3

Media Rank: 3

Weighted Score: 3.0

Luka Doncic (Guard)

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David Zalubowski/AP

Team: Dallas Mavericks

All-Star Selections: 1

2019-2020 Stats: 28.8 PPG, 9.5 RPG, 8.7 APG

Fan Rank: 1

Player Rank: 1

Media Rank: 1

Weighted Score: 1.0

James Harden (Guard)

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Team: Houston Rockets

All-Star Selections: 8

2019-2020 Stats: 35.7 PPG, 6.2 RPG, 7.2 APG

Fan Rank: 2

Player Rank: 2

Media Rank: 2

Weighted Score: 2.0

Eastern Conference starters:

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Captain: Giannis Antetokounmpo

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Team: Milwaukee Bucks

All-Star Selections: 4

2019-2020 Stats: 30.0 PPG, 12.9 RPG, 5.6 APG

Fan Rank: 1

Player Rank: 1

Media Rank: 1

Weighted Score: 1.0

Joel Embiid (Frontcourt)

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Team: Philadelphia 76ers

All-Star Selections: 3

2019-2020 Stats: 23.3 PPG, 12.3 RPG, 3.2 APG

Fan Rank: 3

Player Rank: 2

Media Rank: 2

Weighted Score: 2.5

Источник: https://www.businessinsider.com/nba-all-star-game-2020-starters-reserves-and-snubs-2020-1

Take a look back at the history of the NBA All-Star Game.

All-Star Weekend Event History:


NBA All-Star Game Recaps

2021: Team LeBron 170, Team Durant 150

Location: Atlanta, GA

MVP: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks


2020: Team LeBron 157, Team Giannis 155

Location: Chicago, IL

MVP: Kawhi Leonard, LA Clippers


2019: Team LeBron 178, Team Giannis 164

Location: Charlotte, N.C.

MVP: Kevin Durant, Golden State Warriors


2018: Team LeBron 148, Team Stephen 145

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

MVP: LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers


2017: West 192, East 182

Location: New Orleans, La.

MVP: Anthony Davis, New Orleans Pelicans


2016: West 196, East 173

Location: Toronto, Ont.

MVP: Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder


2015: West 163, East 158

Location: New York, N.Y.

MVP: Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder


2014: East 163, West 155

Location: New Orleans, La.

MVP: Kyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers


2013: West 143, East 138

Location: Houston, Texas

MVP: Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers


2012: West 152, East 149

Location: Orlando, Fla.

MVP: Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder


2011: West 148, East 143

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

MVP: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers


2010: East 141, West, 139

Location: Arlington, Texas

MVP: Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat


2009: West 146, East 119

Location: Phoenix, Ariz.

MVP: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers, Shaquille O’Neal, Phoenix Suns


2008: East 134, West 128

Location: New Orleans, La.

MVP: LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers


2007: West 153, East 132

Location: Las Vegas, Nev.

MVP: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers


2006: East 122, West 120

Location: Houston, Texas

MVP: LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers


2005: East 125, West 115

Location: Denver, Colo.

MVP: Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers


2004: West 136, East 132

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

MVP: Shaquille O’Neal, Los Angeles Lakers


2003: West 155, East 145 (2 OT)

Location: Atlanta, Ga.

MVP: Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves


2002: West 135, East 120

Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

MVP: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers


2001: East 111, West 110

Location: Washington, D.C.

MVP: Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers


2000: West 137, East 126

Location: Oakland, Calif.

MVP: Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs; Shaquille O’Neal, Los Angeles Lakers


1998: East 135, West 114

Location: New York City, N.Y.

MVP: Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls


1997: East 132, West 120

Location: Cleveland, Ohio

MVP: Glen Rice, Charlotte Hornets


1996: East 129, West 118

Location: San Antonio, Texas

MVP: Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls


1995: West 139, East 112

Location: Phoenix, Ariz.

MVP: Mitch Richmond, Sacramento Kings


1994: East 127, West 118

Location: Minneapolis, Minn.

MVP: Scottie Pippen, Chicago Bulls


1993: West 135, East 132 (OT)

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

MVP: Karl Malone and John Stockton, Utah Jazz


1992: West 153, East 113

Location: Orlando, 40.7 c to f Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers


1991: East 116, West 114

Location: Charlotte, N.C.

MVP: Charles Barkley, Philadelphia 76ers


1990: East 130, West 113

Location: Miami, Fla.

MVP: Magic Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers


1989: West 143, East 134

Location: Houston, Texas

MVP: Karl Malone, Utah Jazz


1988: East 138, West 133

Location: Chicago, Ill.

MVP: Michael Jordan, 1988


1987: West 154, East 149 (OT)

Location: Seattle, Wash.

MVP: Tom Chambers, Seattle Supersonics


1986: East 139, West 132

Location: Dallas, Texas

MVP: Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons


1985: West 140, East 129

Location: Indianapolis, Ind.

MVP: Ralph Sampson, Houston Rockets


1984: East 154, West 145 (OT)

Location: Denver, Colo.

MVP: Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons


1983: East 132, West 123

Location: Inglewood, Calif.

MVP: Julius Erving, Philadelphia 76ers


1982: East 120, West 118

Location: East Rutherford, N.J.

MVP: Larry Bird, Boston Celtics


1981: East 123, West 120

Location: Richfield, Ohio

MVP: Nate Archibald, Boston Celtics


1980: East 144, West 136 (OT)

Location: Landover, Md.

MVP: George Gervin, San Antonio Spurs


1979: West 134, East 129

Location: Pontiac, Mich.

MVP: David Thompson, Denver Nuggets


1978: East 133, West 125

Location: Atlanta, Ga.

MVP: Randy Smith, Buffalo Braves


1977: West 125, East 124

Location: Milwaukee, Wis.

MVP: Julius Erving, Philadelphia 76ers


1976: East 123, West 109

Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

MVP: Dave Bing, Washington Bullets


1975: East 108, West 102

Location: Phoenix, Ariz.

MVP: Walt Frazier, New York Knicks


1974: West 134, East 123

Location: Seattle, Wash.

MVP: Bob Lanier, Detroit Pistons


1973: East 104, West 84

Location: Chicago, Ill.

MVP: Dave Cowens, Boston Celtics


1972: West 112, East 110

Location: Inglewood, Calif.

MVP: Jerry West, Los Angeles Lakers


1971: West 108, East 107

Location: San Diego, Calif.

MVP: Lenny Wilkens, Seattle Supersonics


1970: East 142, West 135

Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

MVP: Willis Reed, New York Knicks


1969: East 123, West 112

Location: Baltimore, Md.

MVP: Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Royals


1968: East 144, West 124

Location: New York City, N.Y.

MVP: Hal Greer, Philadelphia 76ers


1967: West 135, East 120

Location: Daly City, Calif.

MVP: Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors


1966: East 137, West 94

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

MVP: Adrian Smith, Cincinnati Royals


1965: East 124, West 123

Location: St. Louis, Mo.

MVP: Jerry Lucas, Cincinnati Royals


1964: East 111, West 107

Location: Boston, Mass.

MVP: Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Royals


1963: East 115, West 108

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

MVP: Bill Russell, Boston Celtics


1962: West 150, East 130

Location: St. Louis, Mo.

MVP: Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks


1961: West 153, East 131

Location: Syracus, N.Y.

MVP: Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Royals


1960: East 125, West 115

Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

MVP: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia Warriors


1959: West 124, East 108

Location: Detroit, Mich.

MVP: Elgin Baylor, Minneapolis Lakers; Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks


1958: East 130, West 118

Location: St. Louis, Mo.

MVP: Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks


1957: East 109, West 97

Location: Boston, Mass.

MVP: Bob Cousy, Boston Celtics


1956: West 108, East 94

Location: Rochester, N.Y.

MVP: Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks


1955: East 100, West 91

Location: New York City, N.Y.

MVP: Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics


1954: East 98, West 93

Location: New York City, N.Y.

MVP: Bob Cousy, Boston Celtics


1953: West 79, East 75

Location: Fort Wayne, Ind.

MVP: George Mikan, Minneapolis Lakers


1952: East 108, West 91

Location: Boston, Mass.

MVP: Paul Arizin, Philadelphia Warriors


1951: East 111, West 94

Location: Boston, Mass.

MVP: Ed Macauley, Boston Celtics

Источник: https://www.nba.com/history/all-star

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