MOST PLAYERS FROM SAME TEAM IN NBA ALL-STAR GAME

    • In the NBA All-Star Game history 9 times a team has been rewarded with 4 players on their conference All-Star roster.
    • Until 1973 edition, each NBA team had to be represented by at least 1 player and a maximum of 3 contestants.
    • Boston Celtics leads this all-time list with 3 editions.
    • Philadelphia Sixers had 3 players selected as starters in 1983, the most for any team in the NBA All-Star history.

    2018: GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS
    2 starters, 2 reserves
    StartersReserves
    Stephen CurryDraymond Green
    Kevin DurantKlay Thompson
    2017: GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS
    2 starters, 2 reserves
    StartersReserves
    Stephen CurryDraymond Green
    Kevin DurantKlay Thompson
    2015: ATLANTA HAWKS
    0 starters, 4 reserves
    Kyle Korver replaced Miami Dwyane Wade
    StartersReserves
    Al Horford
    Kyle Korver
    Paul Millsap
    Jeff Teague
    2011: BOSTON CELTICS
    0 starters, 4 reserves
    StartersReserves
    Rajon Rondo
    Ray Allen
    Paul Pierce
    Kevin Garnett
    2006: DETROIT PISTONS
    0 starters, 4 reserves
    StartersReserves
    Chauncey Billups
    Richard Hamilton
    Ben Wallace
    Rasheed Wallace
    1998: LOS ANGELES LAKERS
    2 starters, 2 reserves
    StartersReserves
    Kobe BryantEddie Jones
    Shaquille O’NealNick Van Exel
    1983: PHILADELPHIA 76ERS
    3 starters, 1 reserve
    StartersReserves
    Julius ErvingAndrew Toney
    Moses Malone
    Maurice Cheeks
    1975: BOSTON CELTICS
    1 starter, 3 reserves
    StartersReserves
    John HavlicekDave Cowens
    Jo Jo White
    Paul Silas
    1962: BOSTON CELTICS
    2 starters, 2 reserves
    Sam Jones replaced Syracuse Larry Costello
    StartersReserves
    Tom HeinsohnBill Russell
    Bob CousySam Jones