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The 2019 All-Star Game is set for Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Events Center, July 27

Published on July 28, 2018

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The 2019 WNBA All-Star game will be played in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, home of the Las Vegas Aces, WNBA president Lisa Borders announced today. The contest will be played on Saturday, July 27

“The WNBA is excited to bring WNBA All-Star 2019 to the Entertainment Capital of the World for the first time,” Borders said. “Las Vegas fans have enthusiastically supported the Aces in their first season and will now have the chance to see the best players in the world compete on the same court next summer.”

Fans interested in attending WNBA All-Star 2019 can reserve their tickets starting today. Initial priority will be given to Aces 2019 season ticket members, followed by those fans who place deposits, before tickets go on sale to the general public.

“The MGM and Aces families are excited to host the WNBA All-Star Game next season,” said Las Vegas Aces president of basketball operations and head coach Bill Laimbeer. “In Las Vegas, putting on a show is what we do and next summer will be no different. We expect to provide the WNBA players and fans with an experience like nothing they have seen before.”

All-Star Game History

Date Location Result
July 14, 1999 Madison Square Garden (New York) West 79, East 61
July 17, 2000 America West Arena (Phoenix) West 73, East 61
July 16, 2001 TD Waterhouse Centre (Orlando, Fla.) West 80, East 72
July 15, 2002 MCI Center (Washington) West 81, East 76
July 12, 2003 Madison Square Garden (New York) West 84, East 75
July 9, 2005 Mohegan Sun Arena (Uncasville, Conn.) West 122, East 99
July 12, 2006 Madison Square Garden (New York) East 98, West 82
July 15, 2007 Verizon Center (Washington) East 103, West 99
July 25, 2009 Mohegan Sun Arena (Uncasville, Conn.) West 130, East 118
July 23, 2011 AT&T Center (San Antonio) East 118, West 113
July 27, 2013 Mohegan Sun Arena (Uncasville, Conn.) West 102, East 98
July 19, 2014 US Airways Center (Phoenix) East 125, West 124
July 25, 2015 Mohegan Sun Arena (Uncasville, Conn.) West 117, East 112
July 22, 2017 KeyArena (Seattle, Wash.) West 130, East 121
July 28, 2018 Target Center (Minneapolis, Minn.)

*In 2010, in advance of the FIBA World Championship, and in 2004, prior to the Athens Olympics, the U.S. Women’s National Team, comprised primarily of WNBA players, squared off against a team of WNBA stars in an exhibition match.  No game was held in 2008, 2012 or 2016 prior to the Olympic Games in Beijing, London and Rio, respectively.

This post is part of the thread: 2018 WNBA Season – an ongoing story on this site. View the thread timeline for more context on this post.


 

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