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NBA BASKETBALL Jan. , 2003
2002 NBA All Star Weekend

 


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2002 NBA All-Star Weekend participants and fan voting results.

Saturday, Feb 9

got milk? Rookie Challenge
(Feb 9, 4pm ET, on TNT): the top 2002 rookies play against the top 2001 rookies)

Rookies (2002 Rookies):

Shane Battier (Forward) Memphis
Pau Gasol (Forward) Memphis
Brendan Haywood (Center) Washington
Joe Johnson (Guard) Boston
Andrei Kirilenko (Forward) Utah
Tony Parker (Guard) San Antonio
Zeljko Rebraca (Center) Detroit
Jason Richardson (Guard) Golden State
Jamaal Tinsley (Guard) Indiana

Coach: Chuck Daly. Assistant Coach: Darryl Dawkins

Sophomores (2001 Rookies):

Marcus Fizer (Forward) Chicago
Kenyon Martin (Forward) New Jersey
Desmond Mason (Guard) Seattle
Chris Mihm (Forward/Center) Cleveland
Mike Miller (Guard) Orlando
Lee Nailon (Forward) Charlotte
Morris Peterson (Guard) Toronto
Quentin Richardson (Guard) L.A. Clippers
Stromile Swift (Forward) Memphis
Hedo Turkoglu (Forward) Sacramento

Coach: Billy Cunningham. Assistant: Bobby Jones

989 SPORTS ALL-STAR HOOP-IT-UP
(Feb 9, 8pm ET): a new event - it's 3-on-3 basketball, four teams - each with one current NBA player, one retired NBA player, a current WNBA player, and a celebrity entertainer - and single-elimination.)

HOUSTON TEAM
Cuttino Mobley, Houston Rockets guard
Tina Thompson, Houston Comets forward
Kenny Smith, Houston Rockets championship teams (1993-94, 1994-95)
Jamie Foxx, Movie and television star (Ali, WB's The Jamie Foxx Show)

INTERNATIONAL TEAM
Hedo Turkoglu, Sacramento Kings forward (Turkey)
Ticha Penicheiro, Sacramento Monarchs guard and WNBA All-Star (Portugal)
Sarunas Marciulionis, Former NBA player (Lithuania)
Tom Cavanagh, Star of NBC's Ed (Canada)

LOS ANGELES TEAM
Derek Fisher, Los Angeles Lakers guard
Lisa Leslie, WNBA MVP and Los Angeles Sparks center
Magic Johnson, - Los Angeles Lakers, winner of five NBA championships
Brian McKnight, Singer, songwriter

PHILADELPHIA TEAM
Eric Snow (replaced injured Aaron McKie), Philadelphia 76ers guard
Dawn Staley, WNBA All-Star and Temple University Women's Basketball Head Coach
Moses Malone, Philadelphia 76ers championship team (1982-83)
Justin Timberlake, 'NSYNC

1 800 CALL ATT SHOOTOUT
(Feb 9, takes place after the 3-on-3 tournament): the 3-point shootout

Ray Allen, Milwaukee
Wesley Person, Cleveland
Paul Pierce, Boston
Mike Miller, Orlando
Steve Nash, Dallas
Quentin Richardson, LA Clippers
Steve Smith, San Antonio
Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento

NBA SLAM DUNK CONTEST
(Feb 9, takes place after the 3-point shootout)

Steve Francis, Houston G 6-3 195
Desmond Mason, Seattle F 6-7 224
Jason Richardson, Golden St. G 6-6 222
Gerald Wallace, Sacramento F 6-7 215

Sunday, Feb 10

NBA ALL-STAR GAME
(Feb 10, 5pm ET) Starters are in bold

Eastern Conference All-Stars:

*Allen Iverson (Philadelphia) G 6-0 165
*Michael Jordan (Washington) G 6-6 218

*Vince Carter (Toronto) F 6-6 225
*Antoine Walker (Boston) F 6-9 245

*Dikembe Mutombo (Philadelphia) C 7-2 265
Jason Kidd (New Jersey) G 6-4 212 - picked to start since Vince Carter is hurt
Shareef Abdur-Rahim (Atlanta)** F 6-9 240
Ray Allen (Milwaukee) G 6-5 205
Tracy McGrady (Orlando) G/F 6-8 210
Alonzo Mourning (Miami) C 6-10 261
Jermaine O’Neal (Indiana)** C/F 6-11 242
Paul Pierce (Boston)** G/F 6-6 230

Baron Davis (Charlotte) G -- added to team because Vince Carter is out

Coach: Byron Scott (Nets)

Western Conference All-Stars:

*Steve Francis (Houston)** G 6-3 195
*Kobe Bryant (L.A. Lakers) G 6-7 215

*Kevin Garnett (Minnesota) F 6-11 220
*Tim Duncan (San Antonio) F 7-0 260
*Shaquille O’Neal (INJURED) (L.A. Lakers) C 7-1 335

Chris Webber (Sacramento) F 6-10 245 -- picked to start since Shaq is hurt
Karl Malone (Utah) F 6-9 255
Steve Nash (Dallas)** G 6-3 195
Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas)** F/C 7-0 245
Gary Payton (Seattle) G 6-4 180
Peja Stojakovic (Sacramento)** F 6-9 229
Wally Szczerbiak (Minnesota)** G/F 6-7 244
Elton Brand (Clippers) - added to team since Shaq is hurt

Coach: Don Nelson

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NBA ALL-STAR 2002 BALLOTING
(Final results of fan voting for game starters. The media choose benches.)

EASTERN CONFERENCE FINAL RETURNS:
Forwards: Vince Carter (Tor) 1,470,176; Antoine Walker (Bos) 547,172; Grant Hill (Orl) 427,446; Shareef Abdur-Rahim (Atl) 335,955; Kenyon Martin (NJ) 211,299; Glenn Robinson (Mil) 211,262; Keith Van Horn (NJ) 170,920; Jamal Mashburn (Cha) 148,069; Antonio Davis (Tor) 137,770; Brian Grant (Mia) 128,578.

Guards: Michael Jordan (Was) 985,448; Allen Iverson (Phi) 920,502; Tracy McGrady (Orl) 453,276; Jason Kidd (NJ) 442,630; Ray Allen (Mil) 365,421; Paul Pierce (Bos) 254,840; Latrell Sprewell (NY) 140,601; Baron Davis (Cha) 127,291; Sam Cassell (Mil) 120,868; Jerry Stackhouse (Det) 114,412.

Centers: Dikembe Mutombo (Phi) 616,566; Jermaine O'Neal (Ind) 411,422; Alonzo Mourning (Mia) 279,423; Marcus Camby (NY) 235,060; Hakeem Olajuwon (Tor) 234,518; Patrick Ewing (Orl) 132,156; Ben Wallace (Det) 120,144; Elden Campbell (Cha) 91,122; Ervin Johnson (Mil) 82,194; Eddy Curry (Chi) 67,627.

WESTERN CONFERENCE FINAL RETURNS:
Forwards: Kevin Garnett (Min) 880,692; Tim Duncan (SA) 762,289; Chris Webber (Sac) 553,401; Dirk Nowitzki (Dal) 398,184; Peja Stojakovic (Sac) 323,664; Scottie Pippen (Por) 197,554; Karl Malone (Uta) 163,009; Elton Brand (LAC) 160,678; Rasheed Wallace (Por) 156,924; Shawn Marion (Pho) 138,656.

Guards: Kobe Bryant (LAL) 1,121,753; Steve Francis (Hou) 456,972; Gary Payton (Sea) 367,120; Michael Finley (Dal) 299,747; Stephon Marbury (Pho) 297,112; Steve Nash (Dal) 278,664; Mike Bibby (Sac) 265,691; Anfernee Hardaway (Pho) 228,054; Doug Christie (Sac) 175,366; Jason Williams (Mem) 170,807.

Centers: Shaquille O’Neal (LAL) 1,247,438; David Robinson (SA) 319,415; Vlade Divac (Sac) 310,201; Shawn Bradley (Dal) 110,225; John Amaechi (Utah) 67,740; Lorenzen Wright (Mem) 65,263; Calvin Booth (Sea) 63,335; Raef LaFrentz (Den) 62,933; Kelvin Cato (Hou) 62,659; Dale Davis (Por) 60,755.

Top 10 Vote-Getters Overall (final results of fan voting)

Vince Carter (Tor) 1,470,176
Shaquille O'Neal (LAL) 1,247,438
Kobe Bryant (LAL) 1,121,753
Michael Jordan (Was) 985,448
Allen Iverson (Phi) 920,502
Kevin Garnett (Min) 880,692
Tim Duncan (SA) 762,289
Dikembe Mutombo (Phi) 616,566
Chris Webber (Sac) 553,401
Antoine Walker (Bos) 547,172




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