DBL All-Star Gala

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DBL All-Star Gala
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Dutch Basketball League All Star Game
Sport Basketball
Founded1971
Ceased2017
No. of teams2
Country Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands

The Dutch Basketball League All-Star Gala was a yearly basketball event in the Netherlands, organised by the Federatie Eredivisie Basketball (FEB). During the event the yearly All-Star Game was played, which included the best players of a given DBL season. Additionally, a dunk Contest and three-point contest were also held at the event. [1] Since the 2017–18 season, the event is no longer organised by the FEB.

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All-Star Game

The All-Star Game is played by two teams featuring the best players in the Dutch Basketball League, voted by fans in the Netherlands. From 2004 till 2013, the game was played between the North and the South, players from club in the north of the Netherlands play in the North team. For the 2014 All-Star Gala, a format in which foreign players and domestic players face each other was chosen.

List of games

Bold: Team that won the game. Numbers in brackets show the number of times the event was held in the city or arena.

YearDateArenaCityTeamScoreTeamMVP
2017February 19 Vijf Meihal (2) Leiden (2)DBL Stars100–109 Netherlands Flag of the Netherlands.svg Olaf Schaftenaar
2016February 28 Vijf Meihal Leiden DBL Stars98–100 Netherlands Flag of the Netherlands.svg Worthy de Jong
2015February 22 Maaspoort (2) Den Bosch (2)DBL Stars125–127 Netherlands Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jeroen van der List (2)
2014 February 23KingsDome (2) Den Helder (3)International122–123National Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jeroen van der List
2013February 24Kingsdome Den Helder (2)North118–129South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Stefan Wessels
2012February 26 Landstede Sportcentrum (2) Zwolle (2)North107–113South Flag of the United States.svg Frank Turner
2011March 13 Landstede Sportcentrum Zwolle North84–105South Flag of the United States.svg Markel Humphrey
2010April 11 Apollohal (10) Amsterdam (12)North103–105South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kees Akerboom, Jr.
2009April 5Sporthallen Zuid (2) Amsterdam (11)North89–88South Flag of the United States.svg Matt Bauscher
2008April 13Sporthallen Zuid Amsterdam (10)North113–107South Flag of the United States.svg Tamien Trent
2007February 25 Topsportcentrum (3) Rotterdam (5)North98–100South Flag of Ghana.svg Alhaji Mohammed
2006February 26 Topsportcentrum (2) Rotterdam (4)North105–102South Flag of the United States.svg Sergerio Gipson
2005February 20 Topsportcentrum Rotterdam (3)North123–108South Flag of the United States.svg John Thomas
2004February 21 Martiniplaza (7) Groningen (7)North133–107South Flag of the United States.svg Travis Reed
2001March 3 Eindhoven Eindhoven (3)West117–108East Flag of the United States.svg Omar Sneed
1999February 19 Eindhoven Eindhoven (2)All Stars70–59 Netherlands Flag of the United States.svg Dan Shanks
1998February 21 Ahoy (2) Rotterdam (2) Netherlands 79–86USA All Stars Flag of the United States.svg Chris McGuthrie
1997March 1 Apollohal (9) Amsterdam (9)West143–108East Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marcel Huybens
1995March 4 Martiniplaza (6) Groningen (6)All Stars112–141USA All Starsnot awarded
1994March 5 Eindhoven Eindhoven North96–84South Flag of the United States.svg Kevin McDuffie
1993March 20 Maaspoort 's-Hertogenbosch North129–144Southnot awarded
1992April 4 Apollohal (8) Amsterdam (8)North116–110South-
1991April 6 Martiniplaza (5) Groningen (5)North167–174South-
1990March 3 Apollohal (7) Amsterdam (7)East92–94West Flag of the United States.svg Rob Jones
1989March 29 Apollohal (6) Amsterdam (6)North113–124South Flag of the United States.svg Terry Coner
1988April 24De Slenk Den Helder East133–139Westnot awarded
1987March 8 Martiniplaza (4) Groningen (4)North112–100South-
1985September 7Sporthal De Crosser Werkendam Netherlands102-111USA All Stars
1984September 15 Apollohal (5) Amsterdam (5)Netherlands92-103USA All Stars
1982March 21 Martiniplaza (3) Groningen (3)East104-107West
1981March 3 Apollohal (4) Amsterdam (4)Netherlands89-93Le Coq Sportif All Stars
1979March 25 Martiniplaza (2) Groningen (2)North114–107South Flag of the United States.svg Hank Smith
1978April 23 Apollohal (3) Amsterdam (3)North158–165South-
1976April 17 Apollohal (2) Amsterdam (2) Netherlands
USA All Stars in Netherlands
97–67

109-89
West Germany
USA All Stars in West Germany
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1975April 20 Apollohal Amsterdam Netherlands69-77USA All Stars-
1974May 11 Ahoy Rotterdam Netherlands79-91Euro All Stars-
1972 Martiniplaza Groningen -

All-Star Game Under 24

Since 2004 the All-Star Game Under 24 is played as well. The game includes the best Dutch players who are under age 23. Players are voted by the coaches. The games are played with quarters of only 8 minutes.

YearDateArenaCityTeamScoreTeamMVP
2015February 22 Maaspoort Den Bosch North103–108South Flag of Lithuania.svg Vaidas Tamasauskas
2014February 23Kingsdome Den Helder North122 - 112South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Quincy Treffers
2013February 24Kingsdome Den Helder North73 - 63South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Craig Osaikhwuwuomwan
2012February 26 Landstede Sportcentrum Zwolle North97 - 100South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kiran Celaire
2011March 13 Landstede Sportcentrum Zwolle North72 - 85South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jeroen van der List
2010April 11Apollohal Amsterdam North84 - 82South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Joost Padberg
2009April 5Sporthallen Zuid Amsterdam North84 - 78South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jeroen van Vugt
2008April 13Sporthallen Zuid Amsterdam North62 - 70South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jeroen Slor
2007February 25 Topsportcentrum Rotterdam Rotterdam North71 - 69South Flag of the Netherlands.svg Sjors Besseling

All Star Gala Pre-Game

YearDateArenaCityTeamScoreTeam
1987March 3 MartiniPlaza Groningen West (Ladies)89–82East (Ladies)
1975April 20 Apollohal Amsterdam Netherlands Cadets 58–69 Belgium Cadets
1974May 11 Ahoy Rotterdam Netherlands Youth 14–90 Belgium Youth

Dunk Contest

1 Orlando Gomes wasn't a DBL player.

YearCityWinnerRunner-upScore
2015 Den Bosch Flag of the Netherlands.svg Orlando Gomes1 Flag of the United States.svg Chris Denson
2014 Den Helder Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jeroen van der List (3) Flag of the United States.svg Kelvin Martin & Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Ross Bekkering
2013 Den Helder Flag of the United States.svg DeJuan Wright Flag of the Netherlands.svg Vincent van Sliedregt 40-39
2012 Zwolle Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jeroen van der List Flag of the United States.svg Amu Saaka 30-29
2011 Zwolle Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Ross Bekkering Flag of the United States.svg Markel Humphrey 58-52
2010 Amsterdam Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jeroen van der List Flag of the United States.svg Jayme Miller 60-29
2009 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Anthony Richardson Flag of the United States.svg Jayme Miller 50-29
2008 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Darnell Wilson -
2007 Rotterdam not held Flag of the Netherlands.svg not held
2006 Rotterdam Flag of the United States.svg John Waller Flag of the Netherlands.svg Giovanni96-80
2005 Rotterdam Flag of the United States.svg John Thomas Flag of the United States.svg Dexter Lyons 138-127
2004 Groningen Flag of the United States.svg Teddy Gipson Flag of the United States.svg Travis Reed -
2001 Eindhoven Flag of the United States.svg Calvert White (2) Flag of the United States.svg Daniël Jones79 – 76
2000 Eindhoven Flag of the United States.svg Calvert White Flag of the Netherlands.svg Koen Rouwhorst77 – 40
1999 Eindhoven Flag of the United States.svg Chris Mims (2) Flag of the United States.svg Carlton Bryant 76-73
1998 Rotterdam Flag of the United States.svg Chris Mims -
1997 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Claudius Johnson Flag of the United States.svg Michael Thomas-
1996 Urk Flag of the Netherlands.svg Ronald van Velzen Flag of the United States.svg Reggie Paul-
1995 Groningen Flag of the United States.svg Lynwood Wade Flag of the United States.svg Chris Simpson60-?
1994 Eindhoven Flag of the Netherlands.svg Levy Wyatt Flag of the United States.svg Mark Strickland 50-47
1993 Den Bosch Flag of the United States.svg Marcus Campbell Flag of the United States.svg Charles Edmunson86-58
1992 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Lenzie Howell Flag of the United States.svg Tom Brown60-56
1991 Groningen Flag of the United States.svg Maurice ‘Mo’ Smith Flag of the United States.svg Lenzie Howell 60-59
1990 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Mark Mitchell (2) Flag of the United States.svg Maurice ‘Mo’ Smith 60-59
1989 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Mark Mitchell Flag of the United States.svg Bernard Day 28-15
1988 Den Helder Flag of the United States.svg Rod Kittles Flag of the United States.svg Terence Stansbury 16-10
1987 Groningen Flag of the United States.svg Mike Reddick Flag of the Netherlands.svg Martin Esajas
Final-6
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Okke te Velde (121)
Flag of the United States.svg Tim Coles (115)
Flag of the United States.svg Vic Alexander (112)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jos Kuipers (100)
125-124
1984 Amsterdam Flag of the Netherlands.svg Martin Esajas
1982 Groningen Flag of the United States.svg Wilson Washington Flag of the United States.svg Antonio Martin-
1981 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Dave Downey -
1979 Groningen Flag of the United States.svg Phil Filer Flag of the United States.svg Charles ‘Buff’ Kirkland-
1978 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Donald Washington Flag of the United States.svg Dan Henderson-
1976 Amsterdam Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kees Akerboom Sr. -

Three-Point Contest

YearCityWinnerRunner-upScore
2015 Den Bosch Flag of the United States.svg Maurice Creek Flag of the Netherlands.svg Valentijn Lietmeijer 18–17
2014 Den Helder Flag of the Netherlands.svg Arvin Slagter Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kees Akerboom jr.
2013 Den Helder Flag of the United States.svg Andre Young Flag of the Netherlands.svg Arvin Slagter 17-14
2012 Zwolle Flag of the Netherlands.svg Terry Sas Flag of the United States.svg Damon Huffmann 16-13
2011 Zwolle Flag of the Netherlands.svg Ramon Siljade Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jessey Voorn 16-13
2010 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Rod Earls Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kees Akerboom, Jr. 19-18
2009 Amsterdam Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kees Akerboom, Jr. (2) Flag of the Netherlands.svg Arvin Slagter 18-13
2008 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Kees Akerboom, Jr. Flag of the United States.svg Tamien Trent 14-13
2007 Rotterdam Flag of the United States.svg Darnell Hinson Flag of the United States.svg Ryan Sears 17-16
2006 Rotterdam Flag of the United States.svg Gert Kullamae Flag of the United States.svg Phil Goss 19-18
2005 Rotterdam Flag of the United States.svg Brandon Woudstra Flag of the Netherlands.svg Gert Kullamae 16-16 (4-1 x money ball)
2004 Groningen Flag of the United States.svg Ryan Robertson Flag of the United States.svg Gary Buchanan 17 – 14
2001 Eindhoven Flag of the United States.svg Nathan Smith Flag of the United States.svg Tyson Waterman20 – 10
2000 Eindhoven Flag of the United States.svg Matt Hunt Flag of the Netherlands.svg Rob de Graaf 13 – 7
1999 Eindhoven Flag of the United States.svg Dan Shanks Flag of the Netherlands.svg Okke te Velde17 – 10
1998 Rotterdam Flag of the Netherlands.svg Mike Vreeswijk Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marco de Waard20-11
1997 Amsterdam Flag of the Netherlands.svg Harvey van Stein Flag of the United States.svg Modzel ‘Bud’ Greer14-11
1996 Urk Flag of the Netherlands.svg Okke te Velde (3) Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dolf Duyvelshoff15-12
1995 Groningen Flag of the Netherlands.svg Okke te Velde Flag of the United States.svg Modzel ‘ Bud’ Greer20-15
1994 Eindhoven Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marco de Waard (3) Flag of the United States.svg Modzel 'Bud’ Greer16-14
1993 Den Bosch Flag of the United States.svg Modzel 'Bud’ Greer Flag of the United States.svg Carl Lott 16-12
1992 Amsterdam Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marco de Waard Flag of the United States.svg Doug Spradley 15-11
1991 Groningen Flag of the United States.svg David Moss Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marco de Waard17-15
1990 Amsterdam Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marco de Waard Flag of the United States.svg Fred Jenkins10-7
1989 Amsterdam Flag of the United States.svg Handy Johnson Flag of the United States.svg Vince Washington17-12
1988 Den Helder Flag of the Netherlands.svg Okke te Velde Flag of the United States.svg John Emanuels16-10
1987 Groningen Flag of the United States.svg John Emanuels Flag of the Netherlands.svg René Ridderhof22-20

All-Star Gala Rosters

70s

2nd All-Star Gala 1973-74
Ahoy Rotterdam, May 5, 1974: Netherlands – Euro All Stars in Netherlands 79 – 91 (att:42-44) [2]
Netherlands (Jan Bruin): Wim Weemhoff, Pieter van Tuyll van Serooskerken, Jan Dekker, Ton Boot, Eric van Woerkom.
Euro All Stars in Netherlands (Jan Janbroers): Jackie Dinkins, Mike Rowland, Wennis Ozer, Bender, McNeely, Parker, Misko Cermak, Hank Smith, Harry Rogers.

3d All-Star Gala 1974-75
Apollohal, Amsterdam, April 20, 1975: Netherlands – USA All Stars in Netherlands 69-77 (ht:23-41) [3]
USA in Nederland All Stars (Tom Quinn): Vic Bartolome 11, Gary Freeman, Nicky White, Harold Fox, Hank Smith, Dennis Rush, Charles ‘Buff’ Kirkland, Harry Rogers, David Walker, Steven Bravard, Richie Cornwall, Jackie Dinkins.
Nederland (Bill Sheridan): Herman Pluim 13, John van Vliet 12, Dan Cramer 10, Pieter van Tuyll van Serooskerken, Kees Akerboom Sr. (plus other 9 players).

4th All-Star Gala 1975-76
Apollohal, Amsterdam, April 17, 1976: Netherlands – West Germany 97-67 (ht:53-26) [4]
Netherlands (Bill Sheridan): Kees Akerboom 21, Jimmy Woudstra 20, John van Vliet 15, Toon van Helfteren 9, Walter Ombre 7, Hugo Harrewijn 7, Jan Dekker 6, Charis Sideris 6, Jan Sikking 4, Harry Kip 2. Wiebe Gorter & Herman Pluim did not play due to injury.
West Germany (Azevedo): Rainer Frontzek 16, Friedrich Berres 10, Matthias Strauss 10, Harald Rupp 6, Klaus Mewes 5, Klaus Zander 5, Jörg Heidrich 4, Hans Kaltschmidt 4, Jürgen Kolze 4, Volker Asshoff 3.

Apollohal, Amsterdam, April 17, 1976: USA All Stars in Netherlands – USA All Stars in West Germany 109-89 (att:51-39)
USA All Stars in Netherlands : Owen Wells, Steven Bravard, Gary Freeman, Vince Fritz, Tyrone Marioneaux, Buff Kirkland, Hank Smith.

5th All-Star Gala 1977-78
Apollohal, Amsterdam, April 23, 1978: North – South 158-165 [5]
NORTH (Jim Parks): Al Davis 33, Dan Henderson 21, Pete Miller 20, John Franken 20, Hank Smith 18, Gary Freeman 16, Everett Fopma 13, John Wayne Croft 9, Emill Hagens 7, Bert Kragtwijk 1.
SOUTH (Manny Cramford): Billy Taylor 27, Arthur Collins 24, Ron Kruidhof 23, Bill Mallory 18, Charles ‘Buff’ Kirkland 15, Kees Akerboom Sr. 14, Mitchell Plaat 14, Jim Woudstra 12, Don Washington 12, Jan Dekker 6.

6th All-Star Gala 1978-79
MartiniPlaza, Groningen, April 25, 1979: North – South 114 – 107 [6]
NORTH (Ton Boot): Ed Murphy 30, David Moore 16, Mike Schulz 16, Gary Freeman 14, Bill Mallory 10, Charles ‘Buff’ Kirkland 9, Jan Dekker 8, Toon van Helfteren 5, Billy Taylor 4, Dan Cramer 2.
SOUTH (Charis Sideris): Jim Woudstra 20, Arthur Collins 17, Hank Smith 16, Wayne Armstrong 13, Renso Zwiers 11, Tony Parker 10, John Franken 8, Mitchell Plaat 6, Clinton Johnson 4, Al Davis 2.

80s

7th All-Star Gala 1980-81
Apollohal, Amsterdam, April 20, 1981: Netherlands - Le Coq Sportif All Stars 89 – 93 (ht:42-48) [7]
Nederland (Ton Boot): Kees Akerboom Sr. 21, Al Faber 20, Toon van Helfteren 13, Emill Hagens 10, Cock van de Lagemaat 10, Dan Cramer 9; Rob van Essen, Ronald Schilp, Edu Bolte, Hans Heijdeman, Ron Kruidhof.
Le Coq Sportif (Edwin van der Hart): Jim Moore, Rick Lewis, Tony Parker, Tom Barker, Hank Smith, Geerten Rijks, Dave Downey, Theo Kropman, Charles ‘Buff’ Kirkland, Jan Dekker, Jelle Esveldt.

8th All-Star Gala 1981-82
Martiniplaza, Groningen, March 21, 1982: East - West 104 – 107 [8]
EAST (Maarten van Gent): Al Faber, Jelle Esveldt, Antonio Martin, Tom Barker, Hank Smith, David Lawrence, John Franken, Dan Cramer, Jim Moore, Kees Akerboom Sr..
WEST (Ruud Harrewijn): Mitchell Plaat, Scott Runia, Charles ‘Buff’ Kirkland, Dave Downey, Emill Hagens, Urnick ‘Randy’ Wiel, Wilson Washington, Toon van Helfteren, Irving Chatman

9th All-Star Gala 1984-85
Apollohal, Amsterdam, September 15, 1984: Netherland - USA All Stars in Netherland 92 – 103 (ht:42-50) [9]
Topscorers:
Nederland (Vladimir Heger): Jelle Esveldt 17, René Ridderhof 16.
USA in Nederland All Stars : Larry Gibson 19, Tom Lockhart 14.

10th All-Star Gala 1986-87
MartiniPlaza, Groningen, September 8, 1987: North - South 112 – 110 (ht:56-64) [10]
NORTH (Ton Boot): Jose Waitman 18, Robert Sanders 17, Martin de Vries 17, Ronald Schilp 16, Jim Moore 14, Dewayne Johns 10, Peter van Noord 7, Rod Drake 6, Dewayne Sheppard 6, Rene Ridderhof 5.
SOUTH (Ruud Harrewijn): Victor Alexander 25, Tim Coles 21, Jos Kuipers 14, Donald Petties 10, Emill Hagens 9, Renso Zwiers 8, Mike Reddick 8, John Emanuels 6, Jelle Esveldt 5, Toon van Helfteren 4.

11th All-Star Gala 1987-88
Amsterdam, April 24, 1988: East - West 133 – 139 (ht:63-68) [11]
EAST (Glenn Pinas): Keith Williams 26, Rob Jones 24, Albert van der Ark 23, Mark Mitchell 21, Dewayne Johns 19, Rod Kittles 15, Jeroen Talens 5, Martin Esajas 4, Dewayne Hardin 2.
WEST (Jan Dekker): Mike Reddick 29, Jos Kuipers 26, Terence Stansbury 26, Carl Lott 12, Raymond Bottse 11, Toon van Helfteren 8, Mike Marshall 8, Tico Cooper 7, Marco de Waard 4, Emill Hagens 2.

12th All-Star Gala 1988-89
Amsterdam, March 29, 1989: North - South 113 – 124 (ht:53-50) [12]
NORTH (Glenn Pinas): Vince Washington 27, Emanuel Agbejemisin 24, Mark Mitchell 12, Bernard Day 11, Tico Cooper 11, Okke te Velde 10, Reginald Hannah 8, Martin de Vries 4, Rob Jones 4, Frank Ardon 2.
SOUTH (Rusty Blair): Handy Johnson 25, Anthony Robinson 19, Cedric Miller 16, Ronald Schilp 16, Mike Reddick 14, Raymond Bottse 11, Terry Coner 11, Jos Kuipers 9, Jerry Beck 2, Chris van Dinten 1.

13th All-Star Gala 1989-90
Amsterdam, March 3, 1990: East - West 92-94 (ht:56-49) [13]
WEST (Ton Boot): Rob Jones 24, Peter Thibeaux 14, Tico Cooper 14, Okke te Velde 13, Modzel ‘Bud’ Greer 11, Fred Jenkins 8, Cees van Rootselaar 7, Ray Wingard 4, Marco de Waard 0, Darryl Spinks 0.
EAST (Henk Konings): Kevin McDuffie 21, Mark Mitchell 19, Maurice Smith 14, Bernard Day 9, Dewayne Johns 9, Claude Williams 8, Martin de Vries 6, Michael de Jager 4, Erik Griekspoor 2, Marcel Huijbens 0.

90s

14th All-Star Gala 1990-91
Groningen, April 6, 1991: North - South 167-174 (ht:93-89) [14]
NORTH (Jan-Willem Jansen): William Davis 37, Lenzie Howell 30, Doug Spradley 28, Bernard Day 25, Cliff Windham 19, Tyrone ‘Tree’ Marioneaux 16, Ed de Haas 6, Frank Ardon 4, Marco de Waard 2, Sander Kales 0.
SOUTH (Toon van Helfteren): Kendall Mack 33, Carl Lott 27, David Moss 20, Maurice ‘Mo’ Smith 18, Lamont ‘Mickey’ Randolph 18, Richard van Poelgeest 17, Kurt Colvin 16, Ray Wingard 12, Jos Kuipers 11, Wierd Goedee 2.

15th All-Star Gala 1991-92
Amsterdam, April 4, 1992: North - South 129-144 [15]
NORTH (Marten Scheepstra): Charles Bledsoe, Maurice Selvin, Lenzie Howell, Lamont ‘Mickey’ Randolph, Doug Spradley, Sanders Jackson, Tom Brown, Tony Worrell, Marco de Waard, Chris van Dinten, Casper Wit, John Jerome.
SOUTH (Jan-Willem Jansen): Richard van Poelgeest, Carl Lott, Ray Wingard, Marcel Huijbens, Akin Akin Otiko, Ed de Haas, Jos Kuipers, Modzel ‘Bud’ Greer, Marshall Wilson, Rob Rutledge, Frank Ardon, Brian Pollard.

16th All-Star Gala 1992-93
Den Bosch, March 20, 1993: North - South 116-100 (ht:61-45) [16]
NORTH (Ton Boot): Jack Jennings 30, Mike Campbell 23, William Davis 15, Larry Griffith 15, Earl Wise 12, Rob de Bruin 12, Cees van Rootselaar 5, Peter Koning 4 (Okke te Velde, John Emanuels, Tom Sewell).
SOUTH (Cor van Esch): Carl Lott 18, Mark Hill 15, Rolf Franke 13, Herman Smith 12, Marcel Huijbens 11, Chris van Dinten 11, Modzel ‘Bud’ Greer 9, Mario Bennes 6, Frank Ardon 5 (Rickey Cannon, Paul Vrind).

24th All-Star Game 1993-94
Eindhoven, March 5, 1994: North' - South 96-84 [17]
NORTH (Meindert van Veen): Jeff Chambers, Erwin Hageman, Cees van Rootselaar, Kevin McDuffie, Rob de Bruin, Mark Mitchell, Arthur ‘AC’ Caldwell, Modzel ‘Bud’ Greer, Milko Lieverst, Mario Bennes.
SOUTH (Bert Samson): Keith Nelson, Virgil Ormskerk, Lorenzo Nash, Claudius Johnson, Richard van Poelgeest, Rob Korthout, Mike Vreeswijk, Marcel Huijbens, Mark Strickland, Jos Kuipers.

25th All-Star Game 1994-95
Groningen, March 4, 1995: Nederland All Stars – USA in Nederland All Stars 112 – 141 (ht:58-60) [18]
USA in Nederland All Stars (Jan Eggens): Michael Huger, Matt Stanford, Michael Hodges, Ray Wingard, Sonique Nixon, Tyrone Travis, Lynwood Wade, Dylan Rigdon, Chris Simpson, Travis Stel.
Nederland All Stars (Glenn Pinas): Cees van Rootselaar, Mario Bennes, Okke te Velde, Evert-Jan Siderius*, Erwin Hageman, Richard van Poelgeest, Gijs Geerders, Erik van der Sluis, Hein-Gerd Triemstra, Dolf Duyvelshoff.
* Tico Cooper was injured and replaced by Evert-Jan Siderius.

26th All-Star Game 1995-96
Urk, March 2, 1996: North – South 123 – 120 (ht:52-58) [19]
NORTH Noord (Glenn Pinas): Fred Ferguson 20, John Emanuels 18, Donell Lee Thomas 18, Modzel ‘Bud’ Greer 16, Ed de Haas 16, Reggie Paul 11, Matt Stanford 10, Jeroen Talens 7, Mario Bennes 5, Cees van Rootselaar 0.
SOUTH (Jos Wolfs): Richard van Poelgeest 33, Jeff Malham 18, Joe Moore 16, Marcel Huijbens 14, Riley Smith 12, Okke te Velde 11, Rob de Graaf 8, Gerard Ackermans 4, Michael Huger 2, Steve Leysner 2.

27th All-Star Game 1996-97
Amsterdam, March 1, 1997: West – East 143 – 108 (ht:66-59) [20]
WEST (Jan Willem Jansen): Kas Waever 26, Ed de Haas 23, Eelco Derks 20, Modzel ‘Bud’ Greer 18, Joe Moore 16, Erwin Hageman 16, Harvey van Stein 11, Jerome de Vries 9, Teus van der Pijl 4.
EAST (Glenn Pinas): Marcel Huijbens 23, Donell Lee Thomas 20, Jason Lansdown 17, Peter Koning 12, Jerry Smith 11, Dave Tuinstra 8, Mike Vreeswijk 8, Reggie Paul 6, Steve Leysner 3, Edwin Luyckx 0.

28th All-Star Game 1997-98
Amsterdam, February 21, 1998: NetherlandsUnited All Stars 79 – 86 (ht:39-39) [21]
Nederland (Lucien van Kersschaever): Koen Rouwhorst 16, Harvey van Steijn 13, Marcel Huijbens 12, Erik van der Sluis 11, Jasper van Teeseling 7, Okke te Velde 6, Mathieu ten Dam 4, Hein Gerd Triemstra 4, Michel van Houten 4, Mario Bennes 2, Cees van Rootselaar 0, Raoul Heinen 0.
United All Stars (Jan Willem Jansen): Brian Fair 21, Donell Lee Thomas 14, Chris Mims 14, Eric Bowens 13, Chris McGuthrie 9, John Smith 6, Tony Miller 5, Modzel ‘Bud’ Greer 3, Scott Neely 1.

29th All-Star Game 1998-99
Eindhoven, February 20, 1999: NetherlandsUnited Nations All Stars 59 – 70* (att:26-38) [22]
Netherlands (Lucien van Kersschaever): Eric van der Sluis 16, Raoul Heinen 8, Jerome de Vries 7, Marcel Huijbens 7, Bas de Voogd 6, Vincent Krieger 5, Cees van Rootselaar 3, Koen Rouwhorst 3, Mario Bennes 2, Rolf van Rijn 2.
United Nations All Stars (Bob Gonnen): Eric Nelson 14, Dan Shanks 13, Ralphe Biggs 11, Ni Nelson Richards 10, Carlton Bryant 8, Rolf Franke 6, Anthony Coomes 3, Chris Mims 3, Tony Miller 2, Drew Henderson 0, Erwin Hageman 0.
*The game was played in 4 quarters of 7 minutes.

30th All-Star Game 1999-00
Eindhoven, February 19, 2000: NetherlandsUnited Nations All Stars 87-96 (ht:45-46) [23]
Netherlands :(Bob Gonnen): Erik van der Sluis 29, Ralf Melis 12, Raoul Heinen 10, Bas de Voogd 8, Sander van der Holst 7, Vincent Krieger 6, Hein-Gerd Triemstra 6, Wierd Goedee 5, Jerome de Vries 2, Eelco Derks 2, Geert Hammink 0, Ron Borstel 0.
United Nations All Stars (Lawrence P. Nichols): Chris McGuthrie 19, Lorenzo Valera 14, Shanne Jones 12, Lamont Randolph 12, Maurice Ingram 11, Quentin Hall 10, Calvert White 6, Eric Nelson 4, Joe Spinks 4, Chris Mims 2, Eric Strand 2, Patrick Cortenraede 0.

2000s

31st All-Star Game 2000-01
Eindhoven, March 3, 2001: West – East 117 – 108 (Quarters: 33-29, 62-54, 87-87) [24]
WEST (Ton Boot): Hakeem Ward 24, Joe Spinks 20, Rod Platt 16, Chris McGuthrie 15, Derrick Tillmon 14, Angelo Falnders 8, Quentin Hall 7, Ed Norvell 7, Sydmill Harris 6. Jeremy Veal was injured, he didn't play).
EAST (Toon van Helfteren): Omar Sneed 30, Chatney Howard 16, Thomas Kelly 15, Hein Gerd Triemstra 12, LeRoy Watkins 11, Desmond Ferguson 8, Calvert White 8, Kendall Mack 6, Tyson Waterman 2. Lamont Randolph & Chris Mims did not play dur to injury.

32nd All-Star Game 2003-04
MartiniPlaza, Groningen, February 21, 2004: North – South 133-107 (Quarters: 37-27, 63-52, 99-77) [25]
NORTH (Arik Shivek): Ian Hanavan 23, Travis Reed 22, Nii Nelson Richards 19, Valmo Kriisa 12, Gary Buchanan 12, Bryan Bailey 10, Steve Marshall 10, Latece Williams 10, Teddy Gipson 9, Travis Young 6.
SOUTH (Marco van den Berg): Daniël Jones 21, Kees Akerboom Jr 17, Marcel Huybens 15, Thomas van den Vondel 13, Willie-Jan Ackermans 11, Alexander Cuic 10, Ryan Robertson 10, Matt Langel 6, Kinte Smith 4.

33d All-Star Game 2004-05
Topsportcentrum Rotterdam, February 20, 2005: North – South 123-108 (Quarters: 23-19, 52-41, 88-71) [26]
NORTH (Ton Boot): Dallas Logan 26, Greg Stevenson 25, Travis Reed 22, Nigel Wyatte 18, Daniel Novak 11, Brandon Woudstra 9, Valmo Kriisa 5, Erik van der Sluis 4, Justin Tatum 3, Scott Ungerer 0.
SOUTH (Toon van Helfteren): John Thomas 25, Maurice Ingram 16, Emmett Hall 14, Leon Rodgers 11, Michael Taylor 10, Gregory Harris 10, Sam Jones 9, Orlando Lightfoot 8, Gert Kullamae 5, Daniel Jones 0, Durelle Brown 0.

34th All-Star Game 2005-06
Topsportcentrum Rotterdam, February 26, 2006: North – South 105-102 (Quarters: 33-23, 54-54, 65-63) [27]
NORTH (Herman van den Belt): Travis Reed 18, Chris Daniels 16, Darnell Hinson 15, Sergerio Gipson 13, John Turek 11, Hlynar Baeringsson 9, Tim Withworth 6, Wim van der Kamp 6, Niels Meijer 5, James Miller 2, Djoenie Steenvoorde 2, Kees Akerboom 2.
SOUTH (Randy Wiel): Leon Rogers 20, Alhaji Mohammed 14, Anthony Dill 14, Chris Woods 13, Phil Goss 11, Joshua Helm 8, Michael Nurse 6, William Frisby 6, Maurice Ingram 6, Joaquim Gomes 4, Gert Kullamae 0, Vincent Krieger 0.

35th All-Star Game 2006-07
Topsportcentrum Rotterdam, February 25, 2007: North – South 98-100 (Quarter: 24-25, 46-51, 73-73) [28]
NORTH (Joe Spinks): Shelton Colwell 18, Travis Parker 17, Lawrence Hamm 16, Tamien Trent 14, Will Chavis 13, Mike Nahar 7, Darnell Hinson 6, Chris Woods 5, Peter van Paassen 2, Danny Lee Jones 0. JS Nash & Kemmy Burgess didn't play due to injury.
SOUTH (Randy Wiel): Alhaji Mohammed 27, Leon Rodgers 12, Monwell Randle 11, Chaz McCrommon 10, Tyrone Riley 8, Ransford Brempong 8, Taron Downey 6, Chris Carrawell 5, Arvin Slagter 4, Travis Young 4, Anthony Dill 3, Sam Jones 2.

36th All-Star Game 2007-08
Amsterdam, April 13, 2008: North – South 113-107 (Quarters: 24-17, 57-51, 78-78) [29]
NORTH (Arik Shivek): Tamien Trent 18, David Chiotti 16, Stefan Wessels 13, Kevin Melson 12, Darnell Wilson 11, Alton Mason 10, Sergerio Gipson 6, Jeron Roberts 6, Jesse Kimbrough 6, Bradley Strickland 6, Peter van Paassen 5, Dillon Sneed 4.
SOUTH (Erik Braal): Trey McDowell 20, Patrick Pope 14, Kees Akerboom Jr. 13, Antoine Jordan 13, Tim Blue 12, Devonne Giles 8, Ashley Champion 7, Darrell Tucker 7, Chris Copeland 7, Charles Richardson 6, Djoenie Steenvoorde 0. Travis Young did not play due to injury.

37th All-Star Game 2008-09
Amsterdam, April 5, 2009: North – South 89-88 (Quarters: 26-21, 53-42, 71-66) [30]
NORTH (Arik Shivek): Matt Bauscher 16, Ransford Brempong 16, Peter van Paassen 9, Seamus Boxley 8, Darnell Dialls 8, David Chiotti 8, Rogier Jansen 7, Robby Bostain 5, Orien Greene 5, Rein van der Kamp 4, CC Harrison 3, Teddy Gipson 0.
SOUTH (Don Beck): Darnell Wilson 15, Anthony Richardson 13, Steve Ross 12, Tom Blue 12, Nick Stapleton 9, Gerrit Brigitha 8, Kees Akerboom Jr. 6, Bobby Walker 4, Patrick Pope 3, Larry Abney 2, Dean Oliver 0.

38th All-Star Game 2009-10
Amsterdam, April 1, 2010: North – South 103-105 (Quarters: 25-31, 54-55, 82-83) [31]
NORTH (Marco van den Berg, Hein Gerd Triemstra): Seamus Boxley 17, Todd Hendly 16, Darryl Monroe 12, Danny Gibson 11, Ronny LeMelle* 11, Monta McGhee 8, Rein van der Kamp 7, Robby Bostain 6, Jayme Miller 6, Tim Blue 5, Matt Bauscher 4.
SOUTH (Erik Braal, Herman van den Belt): Kees Akerboom jr. 22, Elijah Palmer 16, Markel Humphrey 14, Brandon Griffin 14, Bobby Davos 10, Patrick Hilliman 9, Anthony Richardson 8, Arvin Slagter 5, Torey Thomas 3, Jesse Kimbrough* 2, Daniel Jones 2, Dean Oliver 0.
* Ronny LeMelle replaced injured Matt Haryasz for North & Jesse Kimbrough replaced injured Peter van Paassen for the South.

2010s

39th All-Star Gala 2010-11
Landstede Sportcentrum, Zwolle, March 13, 2011: North – South 84-107 (Quarters: 21-33, 40-57, 62-72) [32]
NORTH (Marco van den Berg, Hein Gerd Triemstra): Monta McGee 18, Seamus Boxley 16, Jason Dourisseau 15, Ross Bekkering* 12, Mark Sanchez 8, Robby Bostain 4, Jessey Voorn 4, Dimeo van der Horst 3, Matt Bauscher 2, Sergio de Randamie 2.
SOUTH (Raoul Korner, Sam Jones): Tyler Tiedeman 2, Brian Laing 21, Markel Humphrey* 19, Jesse Kimbrough 16, Brandon Griffin 10, Stefan Wessels 6, Glenn Stokes 4, Marcel Aarts 4, Tim Blue 4, Kees Akerboom Jr. 2.
*Ross Bekkering replaced injured Matt Haryasz for North & Markel Humphrey replaced injured Julien Mills for the South.

40th All-Star Gala 2011-12
Landstede Sportcentrum, Zwolle, February 26, 2012: North – South 107-113 (Quarters: 33-36, 62-58, 86-91) [33]
NORTH (Toon van Helfteren, Raoul Straathof): Jason Dourisseau 25, Worthy de Jong 15, Jevohn Shepherd 13, Seamus Boxley 12, Marc Sanchez 11, Cameron Wells 10, Thomas Jackson 7, Lance Jeter 6, Patrick Hilliman 4, Sergio de Randamie 4.
SOUTH (Raoul Korner, Sam Jones): Markel Humphrey 24, Kees Akerboom Jr. 20, Frank Turner 18, Tai Wesley 16, Maurice Acker 11, Yamene Coleman 10, Lucas Hargrove 6, David Gonzalvez 4, Stefan Wessels 2, Tyrone Sally 2.
*The game was played in 4 quarters of 8 minutes.

41st All-Star Gala 2012-13
KingsDome, Den Helder, February 24, 2013: North – South 118-129 (Quarters: 24-39, 61-63, 93-98) [34]
NORTH (Ivica Skelin): Samme Givens 18, Storm Warren 18, Darryl Webb 17, Jason Dourisseau 17, Jamal Boykin 13, Aron Royé 11, Mark Hill 11, Zack Novak 8, Tanner Smith 5, Whit Holcomb-Faye 0. Jessey Voorn & Jeroen van der List did not play due to injury.
SOUTH (Raoul Korner, Sam Jones): Stefan Wessels 19, DeJuan Wright 19, Ross Bekkering 15, André Young 14, Rahmon Fletcher 14, Anthony Miles 12, Kenneth van Kempen 10, Antwan Carter 10, Arvin Slagter 6, Sjors Besseling 6, Bryquis Perine 4. Worthy de Jong did not play due to injury.

42nd All-Star Gala 2013-14
KingsDome, Den Helder, February 23, 2014: Dutch All Stars - International All Stars 123-121 (Quarters: 28-32, 63-59, 88-92) [35]
Dutch All Stars (Toon van Helfteren, Sam Jones): Stefan Wessels 18, Kees Akerboom Jr. 17, Jeroen van der List 16, Worthy de Jong 14, Ross Bekkering 12, Arvin Slagter 9, Leon Williams 8, Sean Cunningham 8, Joshua Duinker 8, Rogier Jansen 8, Aron Royé 3, Kenneth van Kempen 2.
International All Stars (Ivica Skelin, Jean-Marc Jaumin): Jason Dourisseau 19, Cashmere Wright 15, La’Shard Anderson 14, Dan Coleman 14, Patrick Richard 13, Darius Theus 13, David Gonzalvez 11, Justin Knox 11, Holden Greiner 8, Tai Wesley 4. Justin Stommes & Emmanuel Ubilla did not play due to injury.

43d All-Star Gala 2014-15
Maaspoort, Den Bosch, February 22, 2015: Netherlands - Dutch Basketball League All Stars 127-125 (Quarters: 37-28, 63-60, 89-85) [36]
Team Nederland (Toon van Helfteren, Sam Jones): Nick Oudendag 24, Worthy de Jong 20, Jeroen van der List 19, Charlon Kloof 14, Rogier Jansen 8, Dexter Hope 8, Thomas Koenis 8, Kees Akerboom Jr. 7, Dimeo van der Horst 6, Mohamed Kherrazi 4, Ralf de Pagter 4, Leon Williams 3, Stefan Wessels 2.
Dutch Basketball League All Stars (Herman van den Belt, Mark van Schutterhoef*): Brandyn Curry 23, Tyson Hinz 20, Yannick Franke 19, DeJuan Wright 15, Chris Denson 14, Kenneth van Kempen 14, Reggie Johnson 13, Marquise Simmons 7, Lance Jeter 0, Mark Sanchez 0. Joe Burton did not play due to injury.
*Mark van Schutterhoef replaced the initially chosen coach Eddy Casteels.

44th All-Star Gala 2015-16
Vijf Meihal, Leiden, February 28, 2016: Netherlands - Dutch Basketball League All Stars 100-98 (Quarters: 22-25, 46-54, 73-80) [37]
Team Nederland (Toon van Helfteren, Sam Jones): Worthy de Jong 25, Kees Akerboom Jr. 17, Jeroen van der List 15, Arvin Slagter 10, Yannick Franke 9, Leon Williams 8, Mohamed Kherrazi 8, Stefan Mladenovic* 6, Jessey Voorn 2, Maarten Bouwknecht 0. Thomas Koenis did not play due to injury.
Dutch Basketball League All Stars (Eddy Casteels, Richard den Os): Jason Dourisseau 24, Grant Gibbs 17, Dejan Kravic 14, Tyson Hinz 10, Rogier Jansen 8, Ross Bekkering 8, Javier Duren 5, Lance Jeter 5, La'Shard Anderson 4, Thomas Dreesen 3, Gian Slagter** 0. Stefan Wessels did not play due to injury.
*Stefan Mladenovic replaced injured van Ralf de Pagter.
**Gian Slagter replaced injured Aron Royé who was chosen to replace Max van Schaik who was also injured.

45th All-Star Gala 2016-17
Vijf Meihal, Leiden, (att:2,000), February 19, 2017: Netherlands - Dutch Basketball League All Stars 109-100 (Quarters: 27-32, 25-26, 32-30, 25-12) [38] [39]
Orange Lions: Maarten Bouwknecht 2, Dimeo Van Der Horst 0, Stefan Mladenovic 5, Mohamed Kherrazi 10, Nick Oudendag 20, Olaf Schaftenaar 26, Jessey Voorn 20, Sean Cunningham 16, Arvin Slagter 10.
Dutch Basketball League All Stars : J.T. Tiller 7, J.T. Yoho 9, Jason Dourisseau 15, Jeroen van Vugt 6, Daviyon Draper 4, Jordan Gregory 0, La'Shard Anderson 15, Clayton Vette 7, Chase Fieler 18, Drago Pasalic 17, Lance Jeter 2.

Players with most appearances

PlayerAll-StarYearsMVPNotes
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Arvin Slagter 82007, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017-1x Three-Point Contest, 2x Runner-up
Flag of the United States.svg Hank Smith71974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981, 19821979
Flag of the United States.svg Modzel ‘Bud’ Greer71990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998-1x Three-Point Contest, 3x Runner-up
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kees Akerboom Jr. 72008-2012, 2014, 2015, 2016-1x Three-Point Contest Runner-up
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Okke te Velde61989, 1990, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1998-3x Slam Dunk Winner & 1x Runner-up, 1x Three-Point Runner-up
Flag of the United States.svg Charles ‘Buff’ Kirkland61975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982-1x Slam Dunk Runner-up
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Mario Bennes61993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999-
Flag of the United States.svg Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jason Dourisseau 62011-2014, 2016, 2017-

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