Here are the Golden State Warriors’ best moments at NBA All-Star

The Warriors had their players rock in Cleveland for the All-Star game.

The Golden State Warrior players showed out in Cleveland. Steph Curry won the Al-Star MVP, Andrew Wiggins made his first All-Star game and Juan Toscano Anderson came second in the dunk contest. The NBA put out the top 10 moments for the Warriors and let’s look at some of them below.

The main moments of course belonged to the greatest shooter ever, Steph Curry. Steph won the All-Star MVP after leading Team LeBron to victory on the back of his 50 point performance. He had 50 after scoring 16 three-pointers which broke the 3 point record in an All-Star game. While Curry failed to break Anthony Davis’ All-Star game scoring record he destroyed Paul George’s record of nine 3 pointers in an All-Star game.


The other moment was having 3 Warriors players being All-Stars. While Draymond Green did not play in the All-Star game due to injuries Andrew Wiggins played in his first All-Star game and Curry was a show-stopper. The best part though was the Top 75 celebrations where the Top 75 players were honoured as a part of the NBA’s 75th anniversary. Curry was the only point guard in Warriors history that was a part of the celebrations.

Another iconic moment was Juan Toscano-Anderson participating in the Dunk Contest. He became the 4th Warriors player to ever participate in the event. For his last dunk, he tried recreating 2-time dunk champion and member of the ‘We Believe’ Warriors, Jason Richardson. Toscano failed to make the dunk but got a call from Jason after the contest saying that he represents the Bay always.

One of the best moments of the night was the 3 greatest shooters in Steph Curry, Ray Allen and Reggie Miller got together for a picture. It was iconic, to say the least. The Warriors also took pride in their rookie Jonathan Kuminga, who participated in the Clorox Rising Stars event as a part of Team Payton.