The colleges with the most NBA All-Stars

The colleges with the most NBA All-Stars


The colleges with the most NBA All-Stars

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Basketball fans often have college programs they support, be it where they went to school or just programs that they are fans of for other reasons. One talking point they often use to support their schools is the number of NBA All-Stars their programs have produced.

To help you out in such arguments, below, we put together a list of the colleges with the most NBA All-Stars.

1. UCLA: 18

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All-Stars: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (19), Russell Westbrook (nine), Gail Goodrich (five), Marques Johnson (five), Kevin Love (five), Reggie Miller (five), Willie Naulls (four), Sidney Wicks (four), Jamaal Wilkes (three), Baron Davis (two), Zach LaVine (two), Kiki Vandeweghe (two), Bill Walton (two), Don Barksdale (one), Mark Eaton (one), Walt Hazzard (one), Jrue Holiday (one) and Curtis Rowe (one)

Total All-Star selections: 72

2. Kentucky: 16

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All-Stars: Anthony Davis (eight), Cliff Hagan (five), John Wall (five), DeMarcus Cousins (four), Rajon Rondo (four), Devin Booker (three), Karl-Anthony Towns (three), Antoine Walker (three), Bam Adebayo (one), Ralph Beard (one), Alex Groza (one), Dan Issel (one), Jamaal Magloire (one), Jamal Mashburn (one), Julius Randle (one) and Adrian Smith (one)

Total All-Star selections: 43

3. North Carolina: 13

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All-Stars: Michael Jordan (14), Vince Carter (eight), James Worthy (seven), Walter Davis (six), Brad Daugherty (five), Bob McAdoo (five), Billy Cunningham (four), Bobby Jones (four), Rasheed Wallace (four), Charlie Scott (three), Antawn Jamison (two), Jerry Stackhouse (two) and Lee Shaffer (one)

Total All-Star selections: 65

4. Duke: 11

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All-Stars: Grant Hill (seven), Kyrie Irving (seven), Jeff Mullins (three), Jayson Tatum (three), Carlos Boozer (two), Elton Brand (two), Luol Deng (two), Jack Marin (two), Brandon Ingram (one), Christian Laettner (one) and Zion Williamson (one)

Total All-Star selections: 31

5. Kansas: 8

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All-Stars: Wilt Chamberlain (13), Paul Pierce (10), Jo Jo White (seven), Joel Embiid (five), Clyde Lovellette (four), Bill Bridges (three), Danny Manning (two) and Andrew Wiggins (one)

Total All-Star selections: 45

6. Michigan: 8

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All-Stars: Rudy Tomjanovich (five), Chris Webber (five), Glen Rice (three), Rickey Green (one), Bob Harrison (one), Juwan Howard (one), Campy Russell (one) and Cazzie Russell (one)

Total All-Star selections: 18

7. Ohio State: 7

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All-Stars: John Havlicek (13), Jerry Lucas (seven), Neil Johnston (six), Arnie Risen (four), Mike Conley (one), Michael Redd (one) and D’Angelo Russell (one)

Total All-Star selections: 33

8. Indiana: 7

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All-Stars: Isiah Thomas (12), Walt Bellamy (four), George McGinnis (three), Dick Van Arsdale (three), Tom Van Arsdale (three), Victor Oladipo (two) and Jon McGlocklin (one)

Total All-Star selections: 28

9. Georgetown: 6


All-Stars: Patrick Ewing (11), Allen Iverson (11), Dikembe Mutombo (eight), Alonzo Mourning (seven), Roy Hibbert (two) and Sleepy Floyd (one)

Total All-Star selections: 40

10. Michigan State: 6

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All-Stars: Magic Johnson (12), Draymond Green (four), Johnny Green (four), Zach Randolph (two), Steve Smith (one) and Kevin Willis (one)

Total All-Star selections: 24

11. Southern California: 6

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All-Stars: Bill Sharman (eight), DeMar DeRozan (five), Paul Westphal (five), Nikola Vucevic (two), Gus Williams (two) and John Block (one)

Total All-Star selections: 23

12. Connecticut: 6

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All-Stars: Ray Allen (10), Kemba Walker (four), Richard Hamilton (three), Caron Butler (two), Andre Drummond (two) and Clifford Robinson (one)

Total All-Star selections: 22

13. California: 6


All-Stars: Jason Kidd (10), Phil Chenier (three), Kevin Johnson (three), Shareef Abdur-Rahim (one), Jaylen Brown (one) and Darrall Imhoff (one)

Total All-Star selections: 19

13. Illinois: 6

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All-Stars: Don Ohl (five), Andy Phillip (five), Red Kerr (three), Deron Williams (three), Dike Eddleman (two) and Don Sunderlage (one)

Total All-Star selections: 19

15. St. John's: 6

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All-Stars: Dick McGuire (seven), Chris Mullin (five), Mark Jackson (one), Jayson Williams (one), Metta World Peace (one) and Max Zaslofsky (one)

Total All-Star selections: 16

16. Louisville: 6

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All-Stars: Wes Unseld (five), Donovan Mitchell (three), Butch Beard (one), Jack Coleman (one), Chuck Noble (one) and Jim Price (one)

Total All-Star selections: 12

17. Louisiana State: 5


All-Stars: Shaquille O’Neal (15), Bob Pettit (11), Pete Maravich (five), Ben Simmons (three) and Frankie Brian (two)

Total All-Star selections: 36

18. Wake Forest: 5


All-Stars: Tim Duncan (15), Chris Paul (12), Len Chappell (one), Josh Howard (one) and Jeff Teague (one)

Total All-Star selections: 30

19. Marquette: 5

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All-Stars: Dwyane Wade (13), Jimmy Butler (six), Maurice Lucas (four), Don Kojis (two) and Doc Rivers (one)

Total All-Star selections: 26

20. Notre Dame: 5

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All-Stars: Adrian Dantley (six), Bill Laimbeer (four), Leo Barnhorst (two), Kelly Tripucka (two) and Austin Carr (one)

Total All-Star selections: 15

21. Oregon State: 5


All-Stars: Gary Payton (nine), Red Rocha (two), AC Green (one), Steve Johnson (one) and Lonnie Shelton (one)

Total All-Star selections: 14

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