Past NBA All-Star Game scores: What was last year’s All-Star Game score?

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The NBA All-Star Game is an annual event that brings together the league’s best players for a showcase of talent and skill. The game is held each February, typically during the league’s midseason break, and features players from the Eastern and Western Conferences. Fans vote on the starting lineups for each team, while coaches select the reserves.

The game itself is typically a high-scoring affair, with both teams focused more on putting on a show for the fans than on playing hard-nosed defense. It’s a chance for players to show off their skills in front of a national audience and to enjoy some friendly competition with their peers. The game features a number of fun events and activities as well, including the Slam Dunk Contest and the Three-Point Shootout.

It’s a chance to see the best players in the world compete on a grand stage, and to witness some truly amazing feats of athleticism and skill.

What was last year’s All-Star Game score?

Last year’s NBA All-Star Game teams were led by team captains LeBron James and Kevin Durant. It was an exciting game full of amazing players, but in the end, it was Team LeBron that picked up the win with a final game score of 170-150. As for the game’s MVP? That honor went to Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Past NBA All-Star Game scores

Prior to the formatting change, the annual All-Star Game was once a battle between the East and West — one which the East often won. Looking back at the games hosted from 1951 – 2017, the East managed to best the West a total of 37 times to give them an overall record of 37-29 in the NBA All-Star Game.

Curious to know the NBA All-Star Game scores for past games? Below you’ll find the scores for every past NBA All-Star Game, dating back to the very first All-Star Game hosted in 1951:

  • 2021: Team LeBron 170, Team Durant 150
  • 2020: Team LeBron 157, Team Giannis 155
  • 2019: Team LeBron 178, Team Giannis 164
  • 2018: Team LeBron 148, Team Stephen 145
  • 2017: West 192, East 182
  • 2016: West 196, East 173
  • 2015: West 163, East 158
  • 2014: East 163, West 155
  • 2013: West 143, East 138
  • 2012: West 152, East 149
  • 2011: West 148, East 143
  • 2010: East 141, West,139
  • 2009: West 146, East 119
  • 2008: East 134, West 128
  • 2007: West 153, East 132
  • 2006: East 122, West 120
  • 2005: East 125, West 115
  • 2004: West 136, East 132
  • 2003: West 155, East 145 (2 OT)
  • 2002: West 135, East 120
  • 2001: East 111, West 110
  • 2000: West 137, East 126
  • 1998: East 135, West 114
  • 1997: East 132, West 120
  • 1996: East 129, West 118
  • 1995: West 139, East 112
  • 1994: East 127, West 118
  • 1993: West 135, East 132 (OT)
  • 1992: West 153, East 113
  • 1991: East 116, West 114
  • 1990: East 130, West 113
  • 1989: West 143, East 134
  • 1988: East 138, West 133
  • 1987: West 154, East 149 (OT)
  • 1986: East 139, West 132
  • 1985: West 140, East 129
  • 1984: East 154, West 145 (OT)
  • 1983: East 132, West 123
  • 1982: East 120, West 118
  • 1981: East 123, West 120
  • 1980: East 144, West 136 (OT)
  • 1979: West 134, East 129
  • 1978: East 133, West 125
  • 1977: West 125, East 124
  • 1976: East 123, West 109
  • 1975: East 108, West 102
  • 1974: West 134, East 123
  • 1973: East 104, West 84
  • 1972: West 112, East 110
  • 1971: West 108, East 107
  • 1970: East 142, West 135
  • 1969: East 123, West 112
  • 1968: East 144, West 124
  • 1967: West 135, East 120
  • 1966: East 137, West 94
  • 1965: East 124, West 123
  • 1964: East 111, West 107
  • 1963: East 115, West 108
  • 1962: West 150, East 130
  • 1961: West 153, East 131
  • 1960: East 125, West 115
  • 1959: West 124, East 108
  • 1958: East 130, West 118
  • 1957: East 109, West 97
  • 1956: West 108, East 94
  • 1955: East 100, West 91
  • 1954: East 98, West 93
  • 1953: West 79, East 75
  • 1952: East 108, West 91
  • 1951: East 111, West 94

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