We Brought You The Top 10 Moments In The NBA-All Star History

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Athletes are without a doubt one of the modern times heroes. As they really are role models and inspire many people. As they portrait the product of hard work and believing in themselves, along with the aspiration of a team and/or a nation.

So when they achieve it they really make history. Representing those colors, badge, and fans behind them. So for that reason, we are going to take the time to review shortly 10 of the greatest moments in the NBA history.

10. Jason Williams 2000 rookie-sophomore game.

Jason Williams was still a relatively new face to the world of basketball by then. But during his second year in the league, Williams tried an audacious and epic skill move that dazzle every one of us.

As he did a smooth elbow pass that was so incredible that at the end it didn’t matter that Raef LaFrentz got fouled and the play wasn’t able to be finished.

9. Marvin Gaye, 1983 Star-Spangled Banner.

Without a doubt, Marvin Gaye was one of the best musicians ever. As his soulful and delightful music really gives you the chills.

Back then during the 1983 All-Star Game in Los Angeles. Gaye was invited to perform the National Anthem of the U.S. Gaye’s version was so amazing that it later became the music of a Team USA Nike commercial during the Beijing Olympics.

8. Shaq and Kobe shared All-Star Game MVP honors, 2009.

One of recent times basketball most amazing and thrilIing to watch rivalries. Since it has been almost five years since they both were teammates in Los Angeles Lakers. ut Shaq and Kobe put their differences aside, at least for a night.

But for one night Shaq and Kobe put their differences aside. As both were awarded. Just to reassure their incredible talent and to remember us that is all about the game.

7. Wilt Chamberlain, 1962 All-Star Game.

Even though the record incredible record of held by Wilt Chamberlain of scoring the most points in an All-Star Game has been seriously challenged in the past two years. First by Russell Westbrook and the next year by Paul George last year. Both by scoring 41 points.

Wilt’s 42 still stands today. Keeping in mind that both Westbrook and George hit a combined 14 3-pointers. Where Chamberlain did 17 for 23 from the paint.

6. Zach LaVine, 2016 NBA dunk contest.

There have been many dunk contests over the years. With many impressive moments and things to remember. But even though it’s still too soon to call last year’s edition one of the best one ver the display of skills and beauty Zach LaVine and Aaron Gordon did last year was impressive.

As they both took Toronto by storm. Making fans scream and standing up for their seats. Since it really was one of the greatest dunk-off ever.

5. Larry Bird, 1988 3-point contest.

One thing Larry Bird really knew how to did was 3-points throws. Becoming not only one of the best for many but surely a legend in what 3-point shots refer.

As Bird was looking for his third consecutive 3-point title, this time against Dale Ellis. Bird was so good that night that didn’t even take off his warm-up jacket to defeat Ellis.

4. Allen Iverson, 2001 All-Star Game.

Sports history is full of epic comebacks. But one there is to definitely remember is Allen Iverson’s game at the All-Star Game of 2001.

As the East were trailing by 21 points in the fourth quarter. Then Iverson bounced and made his way to 15 fourth-quarter points, eventually leading his team to 111-110 win.

3. Michael Jordan, 1988 All-Star weekend.

One of the most legendary moments for probably the most known and legendary basketball player of all times, Michael Jordan. As he took the crown in one of the greatest dunk contest of all-time.

Where Jordan faced off against Dominique Wilkins. Jordan, in front of his hometown crowd, then won his first All-Star Game MVP behind 40 points, eight rebounds, four steals, and four blocks.

2. Vince Carter, 2000 dunk contest.

Vince Carter was without a doubt one of the greatest ever to be in a dunk contest. As he really created some of the best ones we have ever seen.

All of this thanks to Vince Carter’s stunning athleticism and his signature windmill and through-the-legs dunks. Being probably one of the most incredible dunk contest performances we have ever see.

1. Magic Johnson, 1992 All-Star Game.

He was called Magic for a reason. After a devastating announce that he had HIV and that he was leaving the NBA, Johnson was still voted to be part of an All-Star Game.

He was picked a starter and did an amazing display of skills and talent. Showing that he was at the level required by the moment in what was immediately a legendary and iconic scene in NBA history.



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