The NBA All-Star starting lineups are supposed to honor the best of the best in the NBA for that season. The NBA’s players, fans, and media all vote who they believe should be in the starting lineup. But some starting fives are just a little bit better than others, whether that's because the fans voted for an aging star over a deserving up-and-comer or one conference—ahem, the Western—seems to be forever stacked. 

We wanted to know who the best starting fives in NBA All-Star history were, so we took a look back at the rosters over the past 30 seasons to determine which squads were head and shoulders above the others.