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NBA All-Stars by Team

For each NBA team, name the player with the most all-star selections.
Even if they didn't actually play in the game
Through 2019
Last updated: February 02, 2019
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Team
Player
18
Lakers
Kobe Bryant
15
Spurs
Tim Duncan
14
Jazz
Karl Malone
14
Mavericks
Dirk Nowitzki
13
Celtics
Bob Cousy
John Havlicek
13
Heat
Dwyane Wade
12
76ers / Nationals
Dolph Schayes
12
Bulls
Michael Jordan
12
Pistons
Isiah Thomas
12
Rockets
Hakeem Olajuwon
11
Hawks
Bob Pettit
11
Knicks
Patrick Ewing
10
Cavaliers
LeBron James
10
Kings / Royals
Oscar Robertson
10
Timberwolves
Kevin Garnett
10
Warriors
Paul Arizin
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Team
Player
9
Thunder / Sonics
Gary Payton
8
Nuggets
Alex English
8
Trail Blazers
Clyde Drexler
8
Wizards / Bullets
Elvin Hayes
6
Bucks
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
6
Magic
Dwight Howard
6
Pacers
Jermaine O'Neal
6
Pelicans
Anthony Davis
6
Suns
Walter Davis
Steve Nash
5
Clippers
Blake Griffin
Chris Paul
5
Nets
Jason Kidd
5
Raptors
Chris Bosh
Vince Carter
3
Grizzlies
Marc Gasol
3
Hornets
Kemba Walker
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level 44
May 15, 2014
I entered Lou Alcindor in for Kareem but it did not work. This should be fixed seeing as he did appear in an all-star game for the bucks before changing his name.
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level 40
Sep 5, 2014
That's because his name is Lew Alcindor
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level 38
Jan 8, 2018
For any sports game, just type last names. Makes it much easier
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level 67
Feb 2, 2015
Charlotte Bobcats are direct successors of the Charlotte Hornets franchise, so Glen Rice's 3 all-star selections should be counted.
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level 58
Feb 3, 2015
How does anyone miss Michael Jordan? That's an automatic guess for any NBA quiz just like Babe Ruth for baseball. Odds are, regardless of what the quiz is asking for, those names are going to be there.
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level 28
Mar 21, 2018
People probably thought since he retired 3 times he didn't make 12 all star games. I got that right though.
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level 58
Mar 11, 2015
Not 100% sure but Zo Mourning or Larry Johnson are twice all-star in the period 1991-1995 for Charlotte Hornets. What do you think ?
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level 58
Mar 11, 2015
I see DorkmeisterBlu said Rice is even 3-times all-star :-)
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level 73
Apr 30, 2015
Really surprised to not see Barkley on here. I only remember him as a Sun, but as it turns out, he played most of his career in Philadelphia. I never knew.
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level 11
Oct 24, 2015
I watch NBA and I don't know who is Paul Arizin. AND I'M FROM CALIFORNIA!!!!!
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level 73
Oct 31, 2015
He was literally the man who made the jump shot efficient and popular... talk about a revolution ;)
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level 4
Dec 17, 2016
what about Allen Iverson
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level 30
May 18, 2018
He didn't even play 12 years with the 76ers though, so he wasn't even an option once I saw the number 12. Funnily enough, even as a 76ers fan, this was one of the hardest to figure out.
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level 67
Apr 9, 2019
Dr. J? No. The Answer? No. Oh man, I've already entered Malone for the Jazz, so not that either. Maurice Cheeks? Yikes. I don't know: Wilt Chamberlain? No, of course not. Let me see. It's not anyone there now... ... ... (Give up.) Oh. Turns out Dolph Schayes was pretty good in his day. I had no idea.
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level 67
Jan 29, 2017
Kemba Walker was named an all-star this year for the Hornets/Bobcats franchise. You may want to add that in!
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level ∞
Jan 29, 2017
Added, thanks. It's really annoying and confusing how there are two different franchises that used the "Hornets" name.
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level 77
Feb 20, 2017
Raise your hand if you gave up on the Pacers when it wasn't Miller or George? Absolutely crazy that Jermaine O'Neal was on more all star teams than Reggie.
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level 59
Nov 16, 2018
Me. Tried PG13 and Reggie Miller and gave up on it.
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level 78
Feb 17, 2019
Yeah, I was quite surprised it wasn't Reggie Miller. I knew he had a long career (18 years) and played all of it in Indy, but didn't realize he was only an all star five times.
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level 44
Apr 26, 2017
I only got Jermaine O'Neal when I was guessing Shaq for the Magic All Star, I was shocked because I never even thought of him... But there's a good reason for that
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level 28
Mar 21, 2018
Same
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level 29
May 11, 2017
Helpful Tip: If it says Kings/Royals, it is 99% certain that the answer is Oscar Robertson.
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level 67
Jul 20, 2017
Maybe even round up. (I tried "the Big O" - just to see if it would work.)
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level 29
Feb 18, 2018
Update time. Lebron has another, so does Anthony Davis. And Kemba has 2 now, so he is the single franchise leader.
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level 56
Sep 6, 2018
The Charlotte Hornets control the history of the Hornets while they were in Charlotte and while they were called the Bobcats. So Charlotte essentially includes the following, 1988-2002 Charlotte Hornets 2004-2014 Charlotte Bobcats 2014-Present Charlotte Hornets. Thus the leading all star player is Glen Rice who made the team three times. It's same idea as with the Cleveland Browns. Jim Brown is considered one of the all time great Cleveland Browns players, not one of the all time great Baltimore Ravens.
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level 29
Oct 21, 2018
This is not going by team history, it is going by the actual teams
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level 59
Apr 9, 2019
Kyle Lowry on the Raptors now has 5 all-star selections.