NBA All-Star Game records

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This article lists all-time leading figures achieved in the NBA All-Star Game in every major statistical category recognized by the league. This includes statistical records set by individuals in single All-Star games and over the course of their careers. For other NBA records, see NBA regular season records and NBA post-season records.

Individual[edit]

  • 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)

All-Star selections[edit]

  • Most selections
  • Most consecutive selections
  • Most selections among active players
  • 16 Kobe Bryant
  • Most games played
  • 18 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Scoring[edit]

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

Minutes[edit]

  • Most minutes – career
  • Most minutes – game
  • Most minutes per game
  • 31.7 by Oscar Robertson

Rebounds[edit]

  • Most rebounds- career
  • Most rebounds – game
  • Most rebounds per game
  • 16.2 by Bob Pettit
  • Most offensive rebounds – game
  • Most defensive rebounds – game
  • Most rebounds – half
  • 16 by Bob Pettit (1962)
  • 16 by Wilt Chamberlain (1960)
  • Most rebounds – quarter
  • 10 by Bob Pettit (1962)

Assists[edit]

  • Most assists – career
  • 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

Field goals[edit]

  • Highest field goal percentage – career
  • Most field goals made – career
  • Most field goals made – game
  • 19 by Blake Griffin (2014)
  • Most field goals made – half
  • 10 by Wilt Chamberlain (1962)
  • 10 by Blake Griffin (2014)
  • Most field goals made – quarter
  • Most field goals attempted – career
  • 233 by Michael Jordan
  • Most field goals attempted – game
  • 27 by Rick Barry (1967)
  • 27 by Michael Jordan (2003 2OT)
  • 27 by Kevin Durant (2014)
  • Most field goals attempted – half
  • 17 by Glen Rice (1997)
  • Most field goals attempted – quarter

Free throws[edit]

  • Highest free throw percentage – career
  • Most free throws made – career
  • Most free throws made – game
  • Most free throws made – half
  • Most free throws made – quarter
  • 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[edit]

  • Most three point field goals made – career
  • Most three point field goals made – game
  • 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
  • 17 by Kevin Durant (2014)
  • Most three point field goals attempted – half
  • 11 by Kevin Durant (2014)

Steals[edit]

  • Most steals – career
  • Most steals per game
  • Most steals – game
  • Most steals – half
  • Most steals – quarter

Blocks[edit]

  • Most blocks – career
  • Most blocks per game
  • 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)

Team[edit]

Scoring[edit]

  • Most points in a game – both teams
  • Most points in first half – team
    • 89 by West All-Stars (2014)
  • Most points in first half – both teams
  • Fewest points in a game – both teams
  • 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[edit]

  • Highest field goal percentage – both teams
    • 0.558 (135/242) (2014)
  • 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
    • 70 by East All-Stars (2014)
  • Most field goals made – both teams
  • Least field goals made – both teams
  • Most field goals attempted – team
    • 135 by East All-Stars (1960)
  • Most field goals attempted – both teams
  • Least field goals attempted – team
    • 66 by East All-Stars (1953)
  • Least field goals attempted – both teams

Three-point field goals[edit]

  • Most three-point field goals made – team
    • 16 by West All-Stars (2014)
      • 30 by both teams (2014)
  • Most three-point field goals attempted - team
  • 100 by both teams (2014)
    • 56 by East All-Stars (2014)

Free throws[edit]

  • Highest free throw percentage – both teams
    • 0.857 (18/21) (2014)
  • 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 – 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)
    • 9 by East All-Stars (2014)
  • Fewest free throws attempted – both teams
    • 21 (2014)

Rebounds[edit]

  • Most rebounds recorded – both teams
    • 151 (1960)
  • Least rebounds recorded – both teams
    • 89 (1983)

Assists[edit]

  • Most assists – both teams
    • 88 (2014)
  • Least assists – team
    • 15 by West All-Stars (1965)
  • Least assists – both teams
    • 37 (1964)

Steals[edit]

  • Most steals – team
    • 24 by East All-Stars (1989)
  • Most steals- both teams
    • 40 (1989)

Blocks[edit]

  • 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)

All-Star Weekend records[edit]

  • Most Slam Dunk Contests won
  • 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
  • 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[edit]

  • 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)

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