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NBA All-Star Legends Game

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NBA All-Star Legends Game

The NBA All-Star Legends Game (also called the Legends Classic) was an NBA Legends game from 1984 to 1993 that featured retired players. It was held during the NBA All-Star Weekend and consisted of two teams, East and West. The NBA cancelled the NBA Legends Classic after 1994 due to the players' frequent injuries from the game in part due to the large range in fitness levels among younger and older alumni. The Shooting Stars Competition and Rising Stars Challenge are largely considered its replacements.

Previously, in 1957 and 1964, there were two NBA Old-Timers Games.

Year Final Score
1957 West 38, East 52
1964 West 46, East 50
1984 East 63, West 64
1985 East 63, West 53
1986 East 44, West 53
1987 East 43, West 54
1988 East 47, West 45 (OT)
1989 East 53, West 54
1990 East 37, West 36
1991 East 41, West 34
1992 East 38, West 46
1993 East 58, West 45

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