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2009 NBA All-Star Game

The 2009 NBA All-Star game will be played on February 15 at US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona. This will mark the 58th edition of the All-Star game, with the city of Phoenix hosting for the third time (1975, 1995, 2009).

Check out the starting lineups for this year's dazzling display of offensive prowess, as voted for by NBA fans from around the globe.


Starting Lineup - Eastern Conference

GUARD - Allen Iverson

Team: Detroit Pistons

Total Votes: 1,804,649

Stats Through Jan. 30: 17.7 PPG, 3.2 RPG, 5.3 APG

The 6-foot shooting guard is making his 10th trip to the All-Star game. The four-time scoring champion won the contest's MVP award in 2001 and 2005. Player Profile...

GUARD - Dwyane Wade

Team: Miami Heat

Total Votes: 2,741,413

Stats Through Jan. 30: 28.5 PPG, 5.0 RPG, 7.2 APG

Wade, who leads the league in scoring at 28.8 PPG, will make his fourth straight start at the All-Star game and his fifth career appearance. Player Profile...

FORWARD - LeBron James

Team: Cleveland Cavaliers

Total Votes: 2,940,823

Stats Through Jan. 30: 27.9 PPG, 7.5 RPG, 7.0 APG

James is a two-time recipient of the All-Star game's MVP award, having claimed that honour in 2006 and 2008. The 24-year-old has led the Cavs to a 32-8 start this season (as of Jan. 30). Player Profile...

FORWARD - Kevin Garnett

Team: Boston Celtics

Total Votes: 2,066,833

Stats Through Jan. 30: 16.2 PPG, 9.0 RPG, 2.7 APG

Garnett, who led all vote-getters for last year's contest, will be making his 12th career appearance at the All-Star game. He claimed the MVP award back in 2003. Player Profile...

CENTRE - Dwight Howard

Team: Orlando Magic

Total Votes: 3,150,181

Stats Through Jan. 30: 20.0 PPG, 13.8 RPG, 1.3 APG

Howard set an All-Star voting record by receiving 3,150,181 tallies from the fans. He leads the NBA in rebounds, blocked shots and double-doubles (as of Jan. 30). This marks Howard's third trip to the All-Star game. Player Profile...

Reserves - Eastern Conference

Player Team Position All-Star Games
Joe Johnson Atlanta Hawks Guard 3rd
* Jameer Nelson Orlando Magic Guard 1st
Danny Granger Indiana Pacers Forward 1st
Paul Pierce Boston Celtics Forward 7th
** Chris Bosh Toronto Raptors Forward 4th
Devin Harris New Jersey Nets Guard 1st
Rashard Lewis Orlando Magic Forward 2nd
Ray Allen Boston Celtics Guard 9th
Mo Williams Cleveland Cavaliers Guard 1st

* - Nelson replaced by Allen due to injury
** - Bosh replaced by Williams due to injury

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Western Conference

(1) SA 1, (8) DAL 0 (4) HOU 1, (5) POR 0
(2) OKC 1, (7) MEM 0 (3) LAC 0, (4) GS 1

Eastern Conference

(1) IND 0, (8) ATL 1 (4) CHI 0, (5) WSH 1
(2) MIA 1, (7) CHA 0 (3) TOR 0, (6) BKN 1

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