WNBA All-Star Game History

2013: West 102, East 98
Candace Parker, competing in her first All-Star game, was awarded the MVP, after a record-breaking 23-point performance in the West's victory over the East.
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2011: East 118, West 113
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.
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2009: West 130, East 118
Swin Cash scored an All-Star Game record 22 points and won the MVP award after she helped the Western Conference get back on the winning track in a 130-118 victory over the East on Saturday.
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2007: East 103, West 99
Cheryl Ford of the Detroit Shock had 16 points and 13 rebounds to take the MVP honors and the Sun's Katie Douglas scored 18 points to give the East a 103-99 victory in Washington, D.C., the East's second straight All-Star win since losing the first six games. Veteran Tina Thompson led the West with 19 points.
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2006: East 98, West 82
Five Connecticut Sun players led the East to their first All-Star Game victory in seven tries. Katie Douglas was named M.V.P. after shooting 4-for-7 from beyond the 3-point arc to finish with 16 points to go along with five rebounds and four assists. Rookie Seimone Augustus led the West as she also finished with 16 points.
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2005: West 122, East 99
The most exciting, highest-scoring All-Star Game in the even't history, this game had it all: dunks, trick plays, crazy shots, brilliant passing and, most of all, fun for all. Sheryl Swoopes erased all doubts about her comeback to win the M.V.P., perhaps a precursor for the award she would win at the end of the season. Lisa Leslie dunked again and Deanna Nolan came oh-so-close.
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2003: West 84, East 75
An injury sidelined Lisa Leslie, so Nikki Teasley took over. Teasley, who had two points at halftime, finished with 10 points, six assists, six rebounds, five steals and MVP honors as the West rallied to beat the East 84-75 and stay unbeaten in All-Star play. Leslie bruised her right knee in the second half and is day-to-day.
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2002: West 81, East 76
Andrea Stinson gave the East a one-point lead with 1:01 to play, but Tina Thompson and Sheryl Swoopes combined for the game's final six points as the West picked up a thrilling 81-76 All-Star victory in Washington. Lisa Leslie had 18 points and 14 rebounds and was named All-Star MVP for the third time in her career.
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2001: West 80, East 72
Los Angeles Sparks center Lisa Leslie turned the 2001 WNBA All-Star Game into her personal showcase. She had 20 points and nine rebounds as the Western Conference All-Stars defeated the Eastern Conference All-Stars 80-72 in Orlando. Leslie, who won the award in the inaugural game, was named MVP.
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2000: West 73, East 61
The West was best during the 2000 All-Star Game, played at America West Arena in Phoenix. MVP Tina Thompson led the way with 13 points and 11 rebounds as the Western Conference stars beat the Eastern Conference stars 73-61.
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1999: West 79, East 61
The inaugural WNBA All-Star Game was played in 1999 before a sellout crowd at Madison Square Garden in New York. After Whitney Houston tipped things off by singing the national anthem, the West went on to beat the East 79-61. Lisa Leslie was named the first-ever All-Star Game MVP after scoring 13 points for the West.
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