Which Cavs players made the most career All-Star games?

LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers. Photo credit JEFF HAYNES/AFP via Getty Images
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The Cleveland Cavaliers may have slid their way into the All-Star Break with their first two-game losing streak since December, but the hometown festivities should brighten the day. Multiple Cleveland players will be taking part, from Evan Mobley and Isaac Okoro in the Rising Stars Game to first-time All-Stars Darius Garland and Jarrett Allen playing in the main event.

It’s the first time the Cavaliers have had an All-Star since 2017-18, when LeBron James and Kevin Love both got the nod. Love is in fact not only the last non-LeBron player to make the team, he is one of just two in the last 13 years, joining Kyrie Irving.

The Cavaliers have two first-time All-Stars this year. How do they stack up against the most frequent All-Stars in franchise history?

Garland and Allen aren’t just breaking that trend, they are starting a long career of accomplishments. Both are having career years at young ages, and are under team control for around five years (Allen is in Year 1 of a five-year deal, while Garland is eligible for a rookie extension this offseason). They should each make more All-Star Games while with the Cavs, and Evan Mobley may soon join them as well.

What does it look like for these three young studs to move up the ranks of franchise All-Star appearances? And even further, what would they need to accomplish to measure against the entire careers of their fellow Wine and Gold All-Stars? Let’s look at total All-Star appearances for each Cleveland All-Star, starting with those accrued with the Cavs and then zooming out for entire careers. The player at the top of both lists shouldn’t surprise you, but some of the others just might.