Friday February 13th, 2015

The 64th NBA All-Star Game will take place at Madison Square Garden in New York City for the fifth time in the game's history. The previous four games held in New York were won by the Eastern Conference. The East leads the series 37-26, but the West has won three of the last four games.

How to watch

Details for Sunday's 64th NBA All-Star Game are below:

Date: Feb. 15

Game time: 8:30 p.m. ET

TV Coverage: TNT

Location: Madison Square Garden, New York

Live stream: You can live stream the game here

Coaches: ​Mike Budenholzer, Atlanta (East), Steve Kerr, Golden State (West)​

All Stars rosters: The All-Star rosters can be found here.

SI.com's 2015 All-Star coverage

                                               Past results

Year       City              Venue        Result                      MVP
1951 Boston Boston Garden East 111, West 94 Ed Macauley, Boston
1952 Boston Boston Garden East 108, West 91 Paul Arizin, Philadelphia
1953 Fort Wayne Allen County Coliseum West 79, East 75 George Mikan, Minneapolis
1954 New York Madison Square Garden East 98, West 93 (OT) Bob Cousy, Boston
1955 New York Madison Square Garden East 100, West 91 Bill Sharman, Boston
1956 Rochester Rochester War Memorial Coliseum West 108, East 94 Bob Pettit, St. Louis
1957 Boston Boston Garden East 109, West 97 Bob Cousy, Boston
1958 St. Louis St. Louis Arena East 130, West 118 Bob Pettit, St. Louis
1959 Detroit Olympia Stadium West 124, East 108 Elgin Baylor, Minneapolis; Bob Pettit, St. Louis
1960 Philadelphia Convention Hall East 125, West 115 Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia
1961 Syracuse Onondoga County War Memorial Coliseum West 153, East 131 Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati
1962 St. Louis  St. Louis Arena West 150, East 130 Bob Pettit, St. Louis
1963  Los Angeles L.A. Sports Arena East 115, West 108 Bill Russell, Boston
1964 Boston Boston Garden  East 111, West 107 Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati
1965 St. Louis  St. Louis Arena East 124, West 123 Jerry Lucas, Cincinnati
1966 Cincinnati Cincinnati Gardens East 137, West 94 Adrian Smith, Cincinnati 
1967 Daly City, CA Cow Palace West 135, East 120 Rick Barry, San Francisco
1968 New York Madison Square Garden East 144, West 124 Hal Greer, Philadelphia
1969  Baltimore Baltimore Civic Center East 123, West 112 Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati
1970 Philadelphia THe Spectrum East 142, West 135 Willis Reed, New York
1971 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena West 108, East 107 Lenny Wilkens, Seattle
1972 Inglewood, CA The Forum West 112, East 110 Jerry West, Los Angeles
1973 Chicago Chicago Stadium East 104, West 84 Dave Cowens, Boston
1974 Seattle Seattle Center Coliseum West 134, East 123 Bob Lanier, Detroit
1975  Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum East 108, West 102 Walt Frazier, New York
1976 Philadelphia The Spectrum East 123, West 109 Dave Bing, Washington
1977 Milwaukee Milwaukee Arena  West 125, East 124 Julius Erving, Philadelphia
1978 Atlanta The Omni East 133, West 125 Randy Smith, Buffalo
1979 Pontiac, Mich. Pontiac Silverdome West 134, East 129 David Thompson, Denver
1980 Landover, Md. Capital Centre East 144, West 136 (OT) George Gervin, San Antonio
1981 Richfield, Ohio Richfield Coliseum East 123, West 120 Nate Archibald, Boston
1982 East Rutherford, N.J. Brendan Byrne Arena East 120, West 118 Larry Bird, Boston
1983 Inglewood, CA The Forum East 132, West 123 Julius Irving, Philadelphia
1984 Denver McNichols Sports Arena East 154, West 145 (OT) Isiah Thomas, Detroit
1985 Indianapolis Hoosier Dome West 140, East 129 Ralph Sampson, Houston
1986 Dallas  Reunion Arena East 139, West 132 Isiah Thomas, Detroit
1987 Seattle Kingdome West 154, East 149 (OT) Tom Chambers, Seattle
1988 Chicago  Chicago Stadium East 138, West 133 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1989 Houston Astrodome West 143, East 134 Karl Malone, Utah
1990 Miami Miami Arena East 130, West 113 Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers
1991 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum East 116, West 114 Charles Barkley, Philadelphia
1992 Orlando Orlando Arena West 153, East 113 Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers
1993 Salt Lake City Delta Center West 135, East 132 (OT) Karl Malone, John Stockton, Utah
1994 Minneapolis Target Center East 127, West 118 Scottie Pippen, Chicago
1995 Phoenix America West Arena West 139, East 112 Mitch Richmond, Sacramento
1996 San Antonio Alamodome East 129, West 118 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1997 Cleveland Gund Arena East 132, West 120 Glen Rice, Charlotte
1998 New York  Madison Square Garden East 135, West 114 Michael Jordan, Chicago
1999 No game- NBA lockout      
2000 Oakland The Arena in Oakland West 137, East 126 Tim Duncan, San Antonio, Shaquille O'Neal, L.A. Lakers
2001 Washington MCI Center East 111, West 110 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia
2002 Philadelphia First Union Center West 135, East 120 Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
2003 Atlanta Philips Arena West 155, East 145 (2OT) Kevin Garnett, Minnesota
2004 Los Angeles Staples Center  West 136, East 132 Shaquille O'Neal, L.A. Lakers
2005 Denver Pepsi Center East 125, West 115 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia
2006 Houston Toyota Center East 122, West 120 LeBron James, Cleveland
2007 Las Vegas Thomas & Mack Center West 153, East 132 Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
2008 New Orleans New Orleans Arena East 134, West 128 LeBron James, Cleveland
2009 Phoenix US Airways Center West 146, East 119 Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O' Neal L.A. Lakers
2010 Arlington, Tex. Cowboys Stadium East 141, West 139 Dwyane Wade, Miami
2011 Los Angeles Staples Center West 148, East 142 Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
2012 Orlando Amway Center West 152, East 149 Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
2013 Houston Toyota Center West 143, East 138 Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers
2014 New Orleans Smoothie King Center East 163, West 155 Kyrie Irving, Cleveland

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