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WNBA All-Star Game Champions and MVP’s

See a complete list of WNBA All-Star Game Champions and MVP’s. In the 2019 All-Star game, Team Wilson beat Team Delle Donne 129 – 126 to win the 21st edition of the game.

Fast Facts:

  • There will be no 2020 WNBA All-Star Game due to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
  • The All-Star Game starting line-up is selected by the fans.
  • The WNBA All-Star Game is played between the Eastern Conference and Western Conference players.
  • In the 2018 the All-Star Game team captains for each conference was decided by the leading vote-getter.
  • In 2010 the Star at the Sun game was played between the USA women’s national team and a team of WNBA All-Stars.

WNBA All-Star Game Champions

YearResultHost cityGame MVP
2019Team Wilson 129 – Team Delle Donne 126Las Vegas – NevadaErica Wheeler – Indiana Fever
2018Team Parker 119 – Team Delle Donne 112Minneapolis – MinnesotaMaya Moore (3) – Minnesota Lynx (3)
2017West 130 – East 121Seattle – WashingtonMaya Moore (2) – Minnesota Lynx (2)
2016No game held due to the 2016 Summer Olympics
2015West 117 – East 112Uncasville – Connecticut (4)Maya Moore – Minnesota Lynx
2014East 125 – West 124 (OT)Phoenix – Arizona (2)Shoni Schimmel – Atlanta Dream
2013West 102 – East 98Uncasville – Connecticut (3)Candace Parker – Los Angeles Sparks (5)
2012No game held due to the 2012 Summer Olympics
2011East 118 – West 113San Antonio – TexasSwin Cash (2) – Seattle Storm (2)
2010Stars at the Sun
2009West 130 – East 118Uncasville – Connecticut (2)Swin Cash – Seattle Storm
2008No game held due to the 2008 Summer Olympics
2007East 103 – West 99Washington – D.C. (2)Cheryl Ford – Detroit Shock
2006East 98 – West 82New York – New York (3)Katie Douglas – Connecticut Sun
2005West 122 – East 99Uncasville – ConnecticutSheryl Swoopes – Houston Comets (2)
2004The Game at Radio City
2003West 84 – East 75New York – New York (2)Nikki Teasley – Los Angeles Sparks (4)
2002West 81 – East 76Washington – D.C.Lisa Leslie (3) – Los Angeles Sparks (3)
2001West 80 – East 72Orlando – FloridaLisa Leslie (2) – Los Angeles Sparks (2)
2000West 73 – East 61Phoenix – ArizonaTina Thompson – Houston Comets
1999West 79 – East 61New York – New YorkLisa Leslie – Los Angeles Sparks
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