• All-Star Weekend Events

    9:00 am CT: WNBA Cares Community Caravan

    3:30 pm CT: Open All-Star Practice at AT&T Center

    12:30 pm CT: Texas Shootout/Relay

    2:30 pm CT: All-Star Game Tips Off on ABC


East Defeats West in All-Star Game

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Cappie Pondexter led the East with 17 points and seven assists as they outlasted the West 118-113 in the 2011 WNBA All-Star game. Swin Cash scored 21 points for the West and took home the All-Star Game MVP. Game Info | Highlights | Chat Wrap
>> Cash takes MVP | Top 15 players in WNBA history revealed >> Photos: Game Action | Portraits | Top 15

WNBA Top 15 Roundtable

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The WNBA unveiled its Top 15 players of all time on Saturday. WNBA.com spoke with 10 of the current and retired stars from that list to get their take on their careers and the league. >> Gallery: View Photos >> Video: Watch the full ceremony
>> NBA.com: Pioneers paved way for today's young stars >> Interviews: Cooper | Staley | Weatherspoon

Cash Grabs the Consolation Prize

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Storm forward Swin Cash was named Most Valuable Player of the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game after posting 21 points and 12 rebounds. However, her performance came in a losing effort for the West. It is the first time in WNBA history that the MVP did not come from the winning team. >> Video: Trophy Presentation | Cash on NBA TV

NBA TV: All-Star Postgame Show

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The Game Time crew breaks down the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game and speaks with a number of players and coaches from San Antonio. >> Segments: Swin Cash on MVP, Dancing Intros | Lisa Leslie on the anniversary team | Marynell Meadors on the win | Maya Moore on her first All-Star | Laurel Richie on her vision for the WNBA | Show wrap up

Top Plays from WNBA All-Star

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With a total of 231 points scored in a 40-minute game, two things are certain: defense had the night off and great plays were made all around. Check out some of the best. Angel off the glass to herself | Cappie with a swipe and score | Douglas buries the game-winning trey | Hammon hears it from the home crowd

All-Access at WNBA All-Star

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Can't be in San Antonio for WNBA All-Star? We'll get you as close as we can with all-access videos throughout the game.
>> West Starters Introductions | East Starters Introductions | Maya Moore Interview | WNBA All-Star Wired Sound | Becky Hammon Mic'd Up

Watch: State of the WNBA Address

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WNBA President Laurel Richie holds court with the media prior to the 2011 All-Star Game to discuss the WNBA in its 15th Season.
>> Watch the press conference | Richie discusses her vision for the WNBA with NBA TV

NBA TV: All-Star Preview Show

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The NBA TV crew gets you ready for the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game with interviews with players and coaches from San Antonio. >> Segments: Western Conference with Brian Agler and Becky Hammon | Eastern Conference with Marynell Meadors | Diana Taurasi and Sue Bird | Maya Moore and Swin Cash | Cappie Pondexter | Predictions

WNBA All-Star Notebooks

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The 2010 WNBA All-Star Game is less than 24 hours away, and WNBA.com spoke with each of the 22 players on this year's rosters. The end result is a comprehensive primer for Saturday's big event (3:30 p.m. ET, ABC).
>> Notebooks: Eastern Conference | Western Conference | Practice Photos

WNBA All-Stars in the Community

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The All-Stars participated in numerous events in the San Antonio community as part of the WNBA Cares Community Caravan.
>> BBVA Compass Reading Counts: Photos | Video >> Dribble to Stop Diabetes Clinic: Photos | Video
>> Wounded Warriors at the Center for the Intrepid: Photos >> Jamba Juice WNBA Fit Clinic: Photos

WNBA All-Stars Take the Court

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The best women's basketball players in the world have assembled in San Antonio for the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game. And we have the photos to prove it. Check out photos from today's practice sessions and check back later for practice reports.
>> Video: Sue Bird from half court ... underhanded ... three times! >> News: Rebekkah Brunson to start for West

Young Stars Point to Bright Future

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NBA.com spoke with five of the league's best 25-and-under players - All-Stars Maya Moore, Tina Charles, Candace Parker, Crystal Langhorne and Courtney Vandersloot - to get their thoughts on the game, the league, the future and women's sports.
>> More: All-Star Rosters | Photo Gallery | All-Star Festivities
East Defeats West East 118 - West 113
Top 15 Players in WNBA History
Swin Cash Wins MVP Consolation Prize
Postgame Show Analysis and interviews
All-Star Top Plays Angel, Katie and more.
All-Access WNBA All-Star
Laurel Richie Press Conference
NBA TV Preview Show Players, coaches speak
All-Star Notebooks East and West practice
WNBA Cares All-Stars in the community
All-Star Practice Photos and video
Young Stars Bright Future
Download the all-new WNBA Center Court app for real-time stats, scores, live games and player info on your Smartphone or iPhone.
Watch game highlights, analyst commentary and team and player features right here on WNBA.com.
Hear what players and those who cover the league have to say in WNBA.com's podcast.
WNBA players throughout the league remain active in a number of charitable events around the country.