For casual hoops fans, the annual spectacle that is NBA All-Star Weekend provides a wide array of entertainment. From up-and-comers squaring off in the Rising Stars Challenge to the breathtaking slams of the Dunk Contest and finally the All-Star Game itself, the excitement never stops. And for the more diehard fans, those of us who obsess over things like sneaker colorways and jersey designs, All-Star Weekend might as well be heaven on earth.

Throughout its 63 year history, the All-Star Game jersey has undergone a number of changes. In fact, the only common thread through the years is the fact that the uniforms were worn by the game’s very best. From West to Erving, to Jordan to James, nearly every relevant player from 1951 to present day NBA has donned an All-Star jersey at one point or another. Look back on the epic rundown of changes over time with the Complete History of NBA All-Star Jerseys.

Riley Jones is a freelance writer from Charlottesville, VA and a contributor to Sneaker Report. With an unshakable affinity for basketball and all things ’90s, he can be found on Twitter @rchrstphr.

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