PSL NBA All-Stars

Dan Roundfield

Chadsey’s Dan Roundfield was a three-time All-Star selection (1980-1982). Injuries, however, prevented him from playing in all but the first year. (Getty Images)

All-Stars who attended high school in Michigan, but did not attend a PSL school are typed in italics. These All-Stars are included to allow fans to compare the PSL to the rest of the state.

1964
Chet Walker, Philadelphia 76ers

1966
Chet Walker
, Philadelphia 76ers
Dave DeBusschere, Detroit Pistons

1967
Chet Walker
, Philadelphia 76ers
Dave DeBusschere, Detroit Pistons

1968
Dave DeBusschere, Detroit Pistons
Archie Clark, Los Angeles Lakers

1970
Dave DeBusschere, New York Knicks
Chet Walker, Chicago Bulls

1971
Dave DeBusschere, New York Knicks
Chet Walker, Chicago Bulls

1972
Spencer Haywood
, Seattle SuperSonics (Starter)
Archie Clark, Baltimore Bullets
Dave DeBusschere, New York Knicks

1973
Spencer Haywood, Seattle SuperSonics (Starter)
Dave DeBusschere, New York Knicks (Starter)
Chet Walker, Chicago Bulls

1974
Spencer Haywood
, Seattle SuperSonics
Dave DeBusschere, New York Knicks
Rudy Tomjanovich, Houston Rockets
Chet Walker, Chicago Bulls (Starter)

1975
Spencer Haywood
, Seattle SuperSonics (Starter)
Rudy Tomjanovich, Houston Rockets

1976
Rudy Tomjanovich, Houston Rockets

1977
George “Iceman” Gervin
, San Antonio Spurs

1978
George “Iceman” Gervin
, San Antonio Spurs (Starter)

1979
George “Iceman” Gervin, San Antonio Spurs (Starter)
Rudy Tomjanovich, Houston Rockets (Starter)
Campy Russell, Cleveland Caviliers

1980
George “Iceman” Gervin
, San Antonio Spurs MVP (Starter)
Dan Rounfield, Atlanta Hawks
Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (Starter)

1981
George “Iceman” Gervin, San Antonio Spurs (Starter)
Dan Roundfield, Atlanta Hawks (Selected but injured)
(Magic Johnson was not selected.  We did not make an error.)

1982
George “Iceman” Gervin, San Antonio Spurs (Starter)
Dan Roundfield, Atlanta Hawks (Selected but injured)
Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers

1983
George “Iceman” Gervin
, San Antonio Spurs
Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (Starter)

1984
George “Iceman” Gervin, San Antonio Spurs (Starter)
Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (Starter)

1985
George “Iceman” Gervin, San Antonio Spurs (Starter)
Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (Starter)

1986
Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers (Starter)

1987
Earvin “Magic” Johnson
, Los Angeles Lakers (Starter)

1988
Earvin “Magic” Johnson
, Los Angeles Lakers (Starter)

1989
Earvin “Magic” Johnson
, Los Angeles Lakers (Selected, but injured)

1990
Earvin “Magic” Johnson
, Los Angeles Lakers MVP (Starter)

1991
Earvin “Magic” Johnson
, Los Angeles Lakers (Starter)

1992
Kevin Willis
, Atlanta Hawks
Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers MVP (Starter)
Dan Majerle, Phoenix Suns

1993
Dan Majerle
, Phoenix Suns

1994
Derrick Coleman, New Jersey Nets (Starter)
B.J. Armstrong, Chicago Bulls (Starter)
Latrell Sprewell, Golden State Warriors

1995
Dan Majerle, Phoenix Suns (Starter)
Latrell Sprewell, Golden State Warriors (Starter)

1996
Glen Rice, Charlotte Hornets

1997
Chris Webber, Washington Bullets
Glen Rice, Charlotte Hornets MVP
Latrell Sprewell, Golden State Warriors

1998
Steve Smith
, Atlanta Hawks
Glen Rice, Charlotte Hornets

1999
No All-Star Game

2000
Chris Webber
, Sacramento Kings (Starter)

2001
Chris Webber
, Sacramento Kings (Starter)
Latrell Sprewell, New York Knicks

2002
Chris Webber
, Sacramento Kings (Starter)

(No state of Michigan All-Stars from 2003-2007)

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