1994 NBA All-Star Game

1994 NBA All-Star Game
1234 Total
East 33392926 127
West 28362628 118
Date February 13, 1994
Arena Target Center
City Minneapolis, Minnesota
MVP Scottie Pippen
Referees Dan Crawford
Jack Madden
Jess Kersey
Attendance 17,096
NBA All-Star Game
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The 1994 NBA All-Star Game was the 44th edition of the All-Star Game. The event was held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The East All-Stars won the game with the score of 127–118. Scottie Pippen of the Chicago Bulls was voted MVP of the game.

It was broadcast by NBC for the 1994 NBA All-Star Game in a fourth consecutive year.


Eastern Conference All-Stars
Pos Player Team No. of selections Votes
G B. J. Armstrong Chicago Bulls 1st 529,065
G Kenny Anderson New Jersey Nets 1st 493,690
F Scottie Pippen Chicago Bulls 4th 496,506
F Derrick Coleman New Jersey Nets 2nd 482,261
C Shaquille O'Neal Orlando Magic 1st 603,346
G Mookie Blaylock Atlanta Hawks 5th 390,433
C Patrick Ewing New York Knicks 2nd 427,216
F/C Horace Grant Chicago Bulls
C Alonzo MourningINJ Charlotte Hornets 3rd 379,998
F/C Charles OakleyREP New York Knicks
G Mark Price Cleveland Cavaliers 3rd 423,179
G John Starks New York Knicks
F Dominique Wilkins Atlanta Hawks 6th 358,501

Western Conference All-Stars
Pos Player Team No. of selections Votes
G Clyde Drexler Portland Trail Blazers 1st 493,204
G Mitch Richmond Sacramento Kings 2nd 469,978
F Charles BarkleyINJ Phoenix Suns 1st 794,936
F Shawn Kemp Seattle SuperSonics 2nd 461,880
C Hakeem Olajuwon Houston Rockets 1st 478,018
F Kevin Johnson Phoenix Suns 3rd 431,885
F Karl Malone Utah Jazz 6th 322,450
F Danny Manning Los Angeles Clippers
G Gary PaytonREP Seattle SuperSonics 1st 316,720
G Cliff Robinson Portland Trail Blazers
C David Robinson San Antonio Spurs 3rd 350,873
G/F Latrell Sprewell Golden State Warriors
G John Stockton Utah Jazz 4th 367,605

^INJ Alonzo Mourning and Charles Barkley did not participate due to injury. Karl Malone replaced Barkley in the West starting lineup.
^REP Charles Oakley and Gary Payton replaced Alonzo Mourning and Charles Barkley, respectively.

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