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NBA All-Star Game: West pulls away for 192-182 win

Another record setting offensive performance at the NBA All-Star Game

NBA: All Star Game-Eastern at Western Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

In a game that was lacking in defensive intensity but not short on highlights, the Western Conference All-Stars came away with a 192-182 win at the 2017 NBA All-Star Game. Anthony Davis took home MVP honors with an All-Star Game record 52 points breaking Wilt Chamberlain’s long-time record.

The East took a 53-49 lead at the end of the first before the West came roaring back over the final three quarters. Russell Westbrook added 41 points including seven three-pointers while Kevin Durant logged a triple-double with 21 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. Steph Curry also finished with 21 points.

Giannis Antetokounmpo led the East with 30 points while LeBron James added 23. Kyrie Irving netted 22.

Atlanta’s Paul Millsap played just over 13 minutes and finished with five points, five rebounds and three assists.