All-Stars and All-Star Weekend Participants
The NBA All-Star Game is played between the Eastern Conference All-Star Team and the Western Conference All-Star Team; the teams' starters are chosen through fan voting, and the teams' reserves are chosen by NBA teams' coaches.
- All-Star Game selection
- Clyde Drexler, ten selections total, eight as a Trail Blazer (1986, 1988–1994).
- Sidney Wicks, four selections total, all as a Trail Blazer (1972–1975).
- Maurice Lucas, four selections total, three as a Trail Blazer (1977–1979).
- Rasheed Wallace, four selections total, two as a Trail Blazer (2000–2001)
- Brandon Roy, three selections, all as a Blazer (2008–2010)
- Kevin Duckworth, two selections, both as a Blazer (1989, 1991)
- Jim Paxson, two selections, both as a Blazer (1983–1984)
- Geoff Petrie, two selections, both as a Blazer (1971, 1974)
- Terry Porter, two selections, both as a Blazer (1991, 1993)
- Bill Walton, two selections, both as a Blazer (1977–1978)
- LaMarcus Aldridge, two selections both as a Blazer (2012-2013)
- Lionel Hollins, one selection as a Blazer (1978)
- Cliff Robinson, one selection as a Blazer (1994)
- Kermit Washington, one selection as a Blazer (1980)
- All-Star Weekend participants
- Rookie Challenge
- LaMarcus Aldridge, 2007–08
- Rudy Fernández, 2008–09
- Greg Oden, 2008–09 (DNP)
- Brandon Roy, 2006–07 and 2007–08
- Arvydas Sabonis, 1995–96
- Alvin Williams, 1997–98
- Slam Dunk Contest
- Clyde Drexler
- Rudy Fernandez
- Jerome Kersey participated in four Slam Dunk Contests, finishing in second in 1987.
- Three-point Shootout
- Clyde Drexler
- Terry Porter
- Cliff Robinson
- Kiki Vandeweghe, 1987
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