NBA All-Star 2011: Los Angeles


Tamika Catchings led the Eastern Celebrity All-Stars to a win over Swin Cash's West squad, while Coco Miller and Team Atlanta took the title in the Haier Shooting Stars contest during NBA All-Star weekend in Los Angeles.

Off the court, current and legendary WNBA players also provided a hand to the Los Angeles community through a series of NBA Cares and Fit events.

WNBA players in attendance will now head back home or overseas to prepare for the league's 15th anniversary season, set to tip off on June 3.

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2011 Haier Shooting Stars Contestants
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Calendar
Throughout NBA All-Star week, WNBA players will be participating in a number of events around Los Angeles.
Wednesday, February 16
NBA Cares Community Caravan
NBA/NWBA Wheelchair Classic Basketball Clinic
Thursday, February 17
NBA Cares Vaccines for Teens
Jam Session opens
NBA/NWBA Wheelchair Clinic All-Star Game
Friday, February 18
NBA All-Star Technology Summit
NBA Cares All-Star Day of Service
WNBA players at Jam Session
All-Star Celebrity Game (ESPN)
T-Mobile Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam (TNT)
Saturday, February 19
NBA All-Star Fit Race, Walk & Dribble
Newsmaker Breakfast
WNBA players at Jam Session
All-Star Saturday Night Presented by State Farm (TNT)
Commissioner's Reception
NBPA Gala
Sunday, February 20
NBA All-Star Jam
60th NBA All-Star Game (TNT)

Photo Galleries

T-Mobile Magenta Carpet



Jam Session



Celebrity All-Star Game



Wheelchair Basketball All-Star Game



Portraits



Vaccines for Teens



NBA Cares Community Caravan



The Players
Scheduled to Attend:

Current players:
Alana Beard, Washington
Swin Cash, Seattle
Tamika Catchings, Indiana
Lindsey Harding, Washington
Roneeka Hodges, San Antonio
Marion Jones, Tulsa
Cathrine Kraayeveld, Chicago
Coco Miller, Atlanta
Ticha Penicheiro, Los Angeles
Katie Smith, Washington
Tina Thompson, Los Angeles
Candice Wiggins, Minnesota

Former players:
Lisa Leslie, WNBA legend
Sheryl Swoopes, WNBA legend
Lynette Woodard, WNBA legend


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