1994 NBA All-Star Game
1234 Total
East 33392926 127
West 28362628 118
DateFebruary 13, 1994
ArenaTarget Center
MVPScottie Pippen
National anthemTracie Spencer
West jersey
Team colours
East jersey
Team colours
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 at Target Center, home of the Minnesota Timberwolves; the Timberwolves however, did not have any players participating in the game.[1] It was broadcast by NBC for the fourth consecutive year.

The 1993–94 season was Scottie Pippen's first season as the leader of the Chicago Bulls following the first retirement of Michael Jordan, and this All-Star Game turned out to be Pippen's peak shining moment, as he led the way with 29 points, 11 rebounds, and four steals en route to a 127–118 victory for his East All-Stars team while also being voted as the game's MVP.[2]

In this game, Kenny Anderson and Derrick Coleman became the first players in the history of the New Jersey Nets to start in an All-Star Game.[3]


^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.


  1. ^ Hugunin, Mark; Thornley, Stew (2006). Minnesota Hoops: Basketball in the North Star State. Minnesota Historical Society Press. p. 210. ISBN 9780873515740.
  2. ^ Frey, Titan (March 18, 2022). "1994 NBA All-Star Game: The Game Where Scottie Pippen Was Finally Allowed to Shine". Fadeaway World. Sports Illustrated Media Group. Retrieved January 4, 2024.
  3. ^ Laughland, Rick (July 2022). A History of the Nets: From Teaneck to Brooklyn. History Press. p. 102. ISBN 9781467147835.