BBL All-Star Game

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BBL All-Star Game
First season 1987/88
Country Germany
Number of teams 2
Current champions Team National
(2016/17)
Most championships Team International

The BBL All-Star Game is the annual All-Star Game of the German first division basketball league, the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL). The event is based on the original NBA concept, and includes a slam dunk contest and a three-point shootout. Since 2012, the All-Star Game is played between "Team National" (domestic players) and "Team International" (foreign players).

Games[edit]

2012–present: National – International[edit]

Date City Arena Attendance National – International MVP
2017 Bonn Telekom Arena    99–102 Germany Philipp Schwethelm
January 9, 2016 Bamberg Brose Arena   6,000 128–118
[1]
Germany Per Günther
January 10, 2015 Neu-Ulm ratiopharm Arena   6,000 101–110 United States Brad Wanamaker
January 18, 2014 Bonn Telekom Dome   6,000 116–121 United States Isaiah Swann
January 19, 2013 Nürnberg Arena Nürnberg   7,413 95–113 United States John Bryant
January 21, 2012 Ludwigsburg Arena Ludwigsburg   4,150 84–89 United States John Bryant

1987–2011[edit]

Date City Arena Attendance North – South MVP
22.01.2011 Trier Arena Trier   5.738 114 - 103 United States Kyle Hines
23.01.2010 Bonn Telekom Dome   6.000 92 - 102 United States Chris Ensminger
17.01.2009 Mannheim SAP-Arena   7.711 98 - 97 United States Darren Fenn
19.01.2008 Mannheim SAP-Arena   9.404 104 - 88  United States Julius Jenkins
27.01.2007 Köln Kölnarena 13.412 112 - 98  United States Demond Mallet
28.01.2006 Köln Kölnarena 15.172 157 - 154 3OT United States Brian Brown
15.01.2005 Köln Kölnarena 12.115 103 - 110 Germany Denis Wucherer
31.01.2004 Köln Kölnarena 16.132 114 - 105 Lithuania Rimantas Kaukėnas
04.01.2003 Köln Kölnarena 17.105 112 - 105 United States Carl Brown
05.01.2002 Berlin Max-Schmeling-Halle   8.500 112 - 102 United States Reggie Bassette
17.02.2001 Berlin Max-Schmeling-Halle   8.500 112 - 109 United States John Best
19.12.1999 Bielefeld Seidensticker Halle   6.000 141 - 131 Nigeria Olumide Oyedeji
Date City Arena Attendance Nat. – Int. MVP
1998/1999 Köln Kölnarena   6.104 126 - 132 ?
1997/1998 Oberhausen Arena Oberhausen ? 126 - 140 United States Wendell Alexis
1996/1997 Bonn Hardtberghalle ? 163 - 165 OT Croatia Siniša Kelečević
Date City Arena Attendance North – South MVP
1995/1996 Karlsruhe Europahalle ? 109 - 93  Slovenia Teoman Alibegovic
1994/1995 Karlsruhe Europahalle ? 122 - 132
1993/1994 Karlsruhe Europahalle ? 96  - 93 
1992/1993 Karlsruhe Europahalle ? 141 - 120
1991/1992 Karlsruhe Europahalle ? 154 - 147
1990/1991 Karlsruhe Europahalle ? 162 - 153
1989/1990 Hagen Ischelandhalle ? 150 – 145
1988/1989 [a]
1987/1988 Ludwigsburg Rundsporthalle Ludwigsburg ? 179 - 151
  1. ^ The 1989 All-Star Game was canceled due to scheduling problems.

Dunking & Three-point champions[edit]

Year City Dunk champion Three-point champion
2016 Bamberg Garlon Green Per Günther
2015 Neu-Ulm Will Clyburn David Brembley
2014 Bonn Rafal Lipinski (Amateur) Calvin Harris
2013 Nürnberg Justin Darlington (Amateur) Demond Mallet
2012 Ludwigsburg Salu Benjamin Tadi (basketball) Donatas Zavackas
2011 Trier Salu Benjamin Tadi (basketball) Jacob Burtschi
2010 Bonn Jamal Shuler Taylor Rochestie
2009 Mannheim Keith Simmons Osvaldo Jeanty
2008 Mannheim Ray Nixon Ernest Joseph Gallup
2007 Köln Jared Newson Nick Jacobson
2006 Köln Mico Ilic (Amateur) Mike Penberthy
2005 Köln Sascha Szymczak (Amateur) Vilius Gabsys
2004 Köln Sascha Szymczak (Amateur) Jaison Maile
2003 Köln Manfred Weber (Amateur) Ümit Ergün (Amateur)
2002 Berlin Stipo Papic Alexander Hartung (Amateur)
2001 Berlin Mark Miller Mike Hansen
1999 Bielefeld Olumide Oyedeji Gary Collier
1998 Köln Olumide Oyedeji Derrick Taylor
1997 Oberhausen Dennis Woodall Keith Gatlin
1996 Bonn Calvin Talford Casey Schmidt
1995 Karlsruhe Jens-Uwe Gordon Michael Koch
1994 Karlsruhe Jens-Uwe Gordon Mark Montgomery
1993 Karlsruhe James Marsh Michael Koch
1992 Karlsruhe Henning Harnisch Kai Nürnberger
1991 Karlsruhe Mike Knoerr Rimas Kurtinaitis
1990 Karlsruhe Henning Harnisch Clinton Wheeler
1989 Hagen Kevin Florent Clinton Wheeler
1988 [a]
1987 Ludwigsburg John Devereaux ?
  1. ^ The 1989 All-Star Game was canceled due to scheduling problems.

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