When examining the NBA All-Star Game history of each of the league's 30 franchises, a variety of factors come into play.
Some teams have a rich, storied past full of some of the greatest players to ever grace the hardwood. Others have struggled to establish any kind of All-Star identity, thanks to some abbreviated, unsuccessful pasts.
So it goes without saying that the criteria for selecting the best All-Star representative in each team's history requires an evolving set of criteria. Some were obvious, some landed here by default, but most necessitated a thorough weighing of their All-Star credentials.
Some of the following players built their All-Star resumes on the strength of their prolonged production. This isn't a list of simply each team's career leader in All-Star games, but the value of quantity over quality was factored in.
Still, there were others who were simply so incredibly productive that even a shortened exposure proved enough to warrant selection.
With that being said, continue reading to find out which players rose above the rest for each of the league's 30 teams.
And, as always, let the debates begin.