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This event replaced NBA 2 Ball and was replaced by the Shooting Stars Competition

2002: Team International/Sacramento



HOUSTON TEAM:
Cuttino Mobley - Houston Rockets Guard.
Tina Thompson - Houston Comets Forward.
Kenny Smith - Houston Rockets championship teams (199394 and 199495).
Jamie Foxx - Actor.

INTERNATIONAL/SACRAMENTO TEAM:
Hedo Turkoglu - Sacramento Kings Forward (Turkey).
Ticha Penicheiro - Sacramento Monarchs Guard(Portugal).
Sarunas Marciulionis - Former NBA Player (Lithuania).
Tom Cavanagh - Star of NBC's Ed (Canada).

LOS ANGELES TEAM:
Derek Fisher - Los Angeles Lakers guard.
Lisa Leslie - Los Angeles Sparks center.
Magic Johnson - Los Angeles Lakers guard, winner of 5 championships (1980, '82, '85, 87, '88).
Brian McKnight - Singer.

PHILADELPHIA TEAM:
Aaron McKie - Philadelphia Sixers guard.
Dawn Staley - WNBA All-Star.
Moses Malone - Philadelphia Sixers championship team (198283).
Justin Timberlake - 'NSYNC.

SEMIFINALS
PHILADELPHIA 16 (Malone 6, Timberlake 2, Snow 8) 
HOUSTON 8 (Smith 2, Mobley 4, Thompson 2)


LOS ANGELES 13 (Magic 4, Fisher 2, Leslie 5, McKnight 2)
INTERNATIONAL/SACRAMENTO 25 (Marciulionis 15, Turkoglu 6, Penichero 2, Cavanagh 2)

FINAL
PHILADELPHIA 9 (Malone 5, Snow 4) 
INTERNATIONAL/SACRAMENTO 12 (Marciulionis 3, Turkoglu 7, Cavanagh 2)


2003: LOS ANGELES ATLANTA 19 (Wilkins 9, Terry 5, Swoopes 2, Muniz 3) LOS ANGELES 23 (Magic 6, Leslie 6, Jaric 7, Kutcher 4) ATLANTA TEAM: Dominique Wilkins: Atlanta Hawks all-time leading scorer Jason Terry: Atlanta Hawks guard Sheryl Swoopes: 2002 WNBA MVP and Houston Comets forward Frankie Muniz: "Malcolm in the Middle" star LOS ANGELES TEAM: Corey Maggette: Los Angeles Clippers forward Lisa Leslie: 2002 WNBA Finals MVP and Los Angeles Sparks center Magic Johnson: Los Angeles Lakers, winner of five NBA championships (1980, '82, '85, '87, '88) Ashton Kutcher: "That '70s Show" and "Just Married" co-star