11. Kevin Garnett – 2003
This was Michael Jordan’s 14th time to play in the All-Star game. After announcing his retirement, all eyes were on him throughout the exhibition. However, Garnett didn’t get the memo because he went on and stole Jordan’s thunder with one exceptional performance.
The Minnesota Timberwolves star compiled 37 points, nine rebounds, and five steals in the West’s victory. The last game decided in overtime, his team won 155-145. Garnett’s brilliance was enough to earn him MVP honors. He should probably have apologized to Jordan for ruining his moment.