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NBA All-Star Game Records | Team and Individual

NBA All-Star Game Records | Information about the records for points, rebounds, blocks, 3-pointers,  and assists in the All-Star Games by Team and Individual records.
The NBA All-Star Game has been played every year since 1951, with the only exception of 1999 (strike shortened season). View the NBA All star Records..



TEAM RECORDS


Scoring


    Most points in a game – team
        155 by West All-Stars (2003)
            The record was set in a game which included two overtimes. The record for a game ending after regulation is 153, achieved by West in 1961, 1992 and 2007.

    Most points in a game – both teams
        303 (1987)

    Most points in first half – team
        88 by West All-Stars (2012)[1]

    Most points in first half – both teams
        157 (2012)[1]

    Fewest points in a game – team

        75 by East All-Stars (1953)

    Fewest points in a game – both teams
        154 (1953)

    Largest margin of victory
        40 (153–113) by West All-Stars (1992)

    Slightest margin of victory
        1 (124–123) by East All-Stars (1965)
        1 (108–107) by West All-Stars (1971)
        1 (125–124) by West All-Stars (1977)
        1 (111–110) by East All-Stars (2001)

Field goals


    Highest field goal percentage – team
        0.653 (64/98) by West All-Stars (1992)

    Highest field goal percentage – both teams
        0.543 (119/229) (2004)

    Lowest field goal percentage – team
        0.292 (35/120) by West All-Stars (1966)

    Lowest field goal percentage – both teams
        0.362 (59/163) (1953)

    Most field goals made – team
        69 by West All-Stars (2007)

    Most field goals made – both teams
        128 (2007)

    Least field goals made – team
        25 by East All-Stars (1953)

    Least field goals made – both teams
        59 (1953)

    Most field goals attempted – team
        135 by East All-Stars (1960)

    Most field goals attempted – both teams
        256 (1960)

    Least field goals attempted – team
        66 by East All-Stars (1953)

    Least field goals attempted – both teams
        162 (1953)

 Three-point field goals

    Most three-point field goals made – team
        14 by East All-Stars (2012)

 Free throws


    Highest free throw percentage – team
        1.000 (18/18) by West All-Stars (1973)

    Highest free throw percentage – both teams
        0.838 (31/37) (1977)

    Lowest free throw percentage – team
        0.364 (4/11) by West All-Stars (2004)

    Lowest free throw percentage – both teams
        0.500 (16/32) (2004)
        0.500 (11/22) (2007)
        0.500 (14/28) (2008)

    Most free throws made – team
        40 by East All-Stars (1959)

    Most free throws made – both teams

        71 (1987)

    Fewest free throws made – team
        4 by West All-Stars (2004)

    Fewest free throws made – both teams
        11 (2007)

    Most free throws attempted – team

        57 by West All-Stars (1970)

    Most free throws attempted – both teams
        95 (1956)

    Fewest free throws attempted – team
        9 by West All-Stars (2007)

    Fewest free throws attempted – both teams
        22 (2007)
 

 Rebounds


    Most rebounds recorded – team
        83 by East All-Stars (1966)

    Most rebounds recorded – both teams
        151 (1960)

    Least rebounds recorded – team
        37 by West All-Stars (1983)

    Least rebounds recorded – both teams
        89 (1983)

 Assists


    Most assists – team
        52 by West All-Stars (2007)

    Most assists – both teams
        85 (1984 1OT)
        81 (2007)

    Least assists – team
        15 by West All-Stars (1965)

    Least assists – both teams
        37 (1964)

 Steals


    Most steals – team
        24 by East All-Stars (1989)

    Most steals- both teams
        40 (1989)

Blocks


    Most blocks – team
        16 by West All-Stars (1980 1OT)
        12 by West All-Stars (1994)

    Most blocks – both teams
        25 (1980 1OT)
        21 (1994)

INDIVIDUAL

    Most selections

        19 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    Most selections among active players

        14 by Kevin Garnett and Kobe Bryant

    Most games played

        18 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    Most MVP titles

        4 by Bob Pettit (1 shared title) (1956, 1958, 1959, 1962)
        4 by Kobe Bryant (1 shared title) (2002, 2007, 2009, 2011)

    Players to record a triple-double

        Michael Jordan – 14 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists in 26 minutes (1997)
        LeBron James – 29 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists in 32 minutes (2011)
        Dwyane Wade – 24 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists in 33 minutes (2012)

Scoring


    Most points per game – career (3 games min.)

        28.3 by Kevin Durant (85/3)

    Most points – career

        271 by Kobe Bryant (2012)[1]

    Most points – game

        42 by Wilt Chamberlain (1962)

    Most points – half

        24 by Glen Rice (1997)

    Most points – quarter

        20 by Glen Rice (1997)

Minutes


    Most minutes – career


        449 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    Most minutes – game

        42 by Oscar Robertson (1964)
        42 by Bill Russell (1964)
        42 by Jerry West (1964)
        42 by Nate Thurmond (1967)

    Most minutes per game

        31.7 by Oscar Robertson

Rebounds


    Most rebounds- career

        197 by Wilt Chamberlain

    Most rebounds – game

        27 by Bob Pettit (1962)

    Most rebounds per game

        16.2 by Bob Pettit

    Most offensive rebounds – game

        10 by Kobe Bryant (2011)

    Most defensive rebounds – game

        19 by Dikembe Mutombo (2001)

    Most rebounds – half

        16 by Bob Pettit (1962)
        16 by Wilt Chamberlain (1960)

    Most rebounds – quarter

        10 by Bob Pettit (1962)

Assists


    Most assists – career

        127 by Magic Johnson

    Most assists – game

        22 by Magic Johnson (1984)

    Most assists per game

        10.5 by Chris Paul

    Most assists – half

        13 by Magic Johnson (1984)

    Most assists – quarter

        9 by John Stockton (1989)

Field goals


    Highest field goal percentage – career

        .810 by Dwight Howard

    Most field goals made – career

        111 by Kobe Bryant

    Most field goals made – game

        17 by Michael Jordan (1988)
        17 by Kevin Garnett (2003)
        17 by Wilt Chamberlain (1962)

    Most field goals made – half

        10 by Wilt Chamberlain (1962)

    Most field goals made – quarter

        8 by Dave DeBusschere (1967)
        8 by Glen Rice (1997)

    Most field goals attempted – career


        233 by Michael Jordan

    Most field goals attempted – game

        27 by Rick Barry (1967)
        27 by Michael Jordan (2003)

    Most field goals attempted – half

        17 by Glen Rice (1997)

    Most field goals attempted – quarter

        12 by Bill Sharman (1960)

 Free throws


    Highest free throw percentage – career

        1.000 by Archie Clark (i.e. 100%)
        1.000 by Clyde Drexler

    Most free throws made – career

        78 by Elgin Baylor

    Most free throws made – game

        12 by Elgin Baylor (1962)
        12 by Oscar Robertson (1965)

    Most free throws made – half


        10 by Zelmo Beaty (1966)

    Most free throws made – quarter

        9 by Zelmo Beaty (1966)
        9 by Julius Erving (1978)

    Most free throws attempted – career


        98 by Elgin Baylor
        98 By Oscar Robertson

    Most free throws attempted – game

        16 by Wilt Chamberlain (1962)

    Most free throws attempted – half

        12 by Zelmo Beaty (1966)

    Most free throws attempted – quarter

        11 by Julius Erving (1978)

Three-point shooting


    Most three point field goals made – career


        22 by Ray Allen

    Most three point field goals made – game

        6 by Mark Price (1993)
        6 by LeBron James (2012)

    Most three point field goals made – half

        6 by Mark Price (1993)

    Most three point field goals attempted – career

        71 by Ray Allen

    Most three point field goals attempted – game

        11 by Ray Allen (2005)
        11 by Kevin Durant (2011)

    Most three point field goals attempted – half


        7 by Scottie Pippen (1994)
        7 by Ray Allen (2005)
        7 by Tracy McGrady (2006)

 Steals


    Most steals – career

        37 by Michael Jordan

    Most steals per game

        3.5 by Chris Paul

    Most steals – game

        8 by Rick Barry (1975)

    Most steals – half

        5 by Larry Bird (1986)

    Most steals – quarter

        4 by Fred Brown (1976)
        4 by Larry Bird (1986)
        4 by Isiah Thomas (1989)

Blocks


    Most blocks – career

        31 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    Most blocks per game

        1.92 by Hakeem Olajuwon

    Most blocks – game

        6 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1980)

    Most blocks – half

        4 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1980)
        4 by Michael Jordan (1988)
        4 by Hakeem Olajuwon (1994)

    Most blocks – quarter

        4 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1980)

 All-Star Weekend records


    Most Slam Dunk Contests won

        3 by Nate Robinson (2006, 2009, 2010)

    Most consecutive Slam Dunk Contests won

        2 by Michael Jordan (1987, 1988)
        2 by Jason Richardson (2002, 2003)
        2 by Nate Robinson (2009, 2010)

    Most Three-Point Shootout Contests won

        3 by Larry Bird (1986, 1987, 1988)
        3 by Craig Hodges (1990, 1991, 1992)

    Most consecutive Three-Point Shootout Contests won
        3 by Larry Bird (1986, 1987, 1988)
        3 by Craig Hodges (1990, 1991, 1992)

    Youngest Slam Dunk Champion (All-Star weekend)

        Kobe Bryant (18 years, 169 days)

Other records


    Attendance

        108,713 for the 2010 NBA All-Star Game which was held in Cowboys Stadium at Arlington, Texas - the largest attendance in history for any basketball game.

    Youngest All-Star Game MVP

        LeBron James (21 years, 51 days)