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1987 NBA All-Star Game

 

1987 NBA All-Star Game

1987 NBA All-Star Game
1 2 3 4 OT Total
East 33 32 42 33 9 149
West 29 41 30 40 14 154
Date February 8, 1987
Arena Kingdome
Seattle Center Coliseum (All-Star Saturday)
City Seattle, Washington
MVP Tom Chambers
Referees Jess Kersey and Hue Hollins
Attendance 34,275
Network
  • CBS (All-Star Game)
  • TBS (All-Star Saturday)
Announcers
NBA All-Star Game
1986 1988 >

The NBA's 37th All-Star Game was played on February 8, 1987 at Seattle's Kingdome. Seattle SuperSonics power forward Tom Chambers was the game's MVP.

The Eastern Conference team consisted of the Washington Bullets' Moses Malone and Jeff Malone, the Philadelphia 76ers' Julius Erving, Maurice Cheeks and Charles Barkley, the Boston Celtics' Larry Bird, Robert Parish and Kevin McHale, the Detroit Pistons' Isiah Thomas and Bill Laimbeer, the Atlanta Hawks' Dominique Wilkins and the Chicago Bulls' Michael Jordan.

In addition to game MVP Tom Chambers, the Western Conference team featured the Los Angeles Lakers' Magic Johnson, James Worthy and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the Golden State Warriors' Sleepy Floyd and Joe Barry Carroll, the Dallas Mavericks' Rolando Blackman and Mark Aguirre, the San Antonio Spurs' Alvin Robertson, the Phoenix Suns' Walter Davis, the Denver Nuggets' Alex English and the Houston Rockets' Hakeem Olajuwon. Houston's Ralph Sampson was selected but unable to play due to injury.

The coach of the Eastern team was Boston's K.C. Jones. The coach of the Western team was the Lakers' Pat Riley.

Score by Periods

Score by Periods: 1 2 3 4 OT Final
West 29 41 30 40 14 154
East 33 32 42 33 9 149
  • Halftime— West, 70-65
  • Third Quarter— East, 107-100
  • Officials: Jess Kersey and Hue Hollins
  • Attendance: 34,275.

External links

  • 1987 NBA All-Star Game


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