Who won NBA All-Star Game 2003?
This game was the 52nd edition of the North American National Basketball Association (NBA) All-Star Game and was played during the 2002–03 NBA season. The West defeated the East 155-145 in double overtime, with Kevin Garnett of the Minnesota Timberwolves winning the Most Valuable Player.
Who won the dunk contest 2003?
Five are two-time winners: Dominique Wilkins, Michael Jordan, Harold Miner, Jason Richardson and Zach LaVine….NBA Slam Dunk Contest champions.
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Who won the NBA All-Star Dunk Contest?
Blazers’ Anfernee Simons wins abbreviated slam dunk contest at NBA All-Star Game. Portland’s Anfernee Simons brought innovation to the All-Star slam dunk contest. Indiana’s Cassius Stanley displayed acrobatics with his 46-inch vertical.
When did the NBA slam dunk contest start?
A year-by-year look at the NBA slam dunk contest winners since the event’s inception in 1986:
Who was in the 2003 NBA All Star Game?
By the game’s end, Jordan had finished as the All-Star Game’s all-time leader in points (262), field goals (110), field goal attempts (233) and steals (37) in 13 All-Star appearances (the second-most all time). Sonics point guard Gary Payton played in his final All-Star Game, notching eight points for the West.
Who was the NBA Rookie of the Year in 2003?
Jason Richardson (Slam Dunk Contest) and Peja Stojakovic (3-Point Shootout) repeated as champs in their respective events. At the Rookie Challenge, high-scoring Warriors guard Gilbert Arenas had 30 points to pace the Sophomores’ 132-112 blowout.
What was the most points scored in an NBA All Star Game?
The West set All-Star Game records for most defensive rebounds (46), most points by a team (155, West) and the 300 combined points were three shy of the all-time scoring mark set in 1987. The game was also notable as the final All-Star appearance for Michael Jordan.