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NBA All-Star Game: Handyman Steve Curry;  LeBron James put an end to Cleveland

NBA All-Star Game: Handyman Steve Curry; LeBron James put an end to Cleveland

The storyline for the NBA All-Star Game was mainly Steve Curry as the author, but even though he was on the same team, LeBron James made sure he had the last word in Cleveland.

The former Cavaliers bid LeBron beat Team Durant by the winning basket for the final score from 163 to 160.

In the fourth quarter, he remained the first team to total 163 points with the honors titles and James made sure to bring the crowd back to Cleveland again. Watched by Zach Lavigne and Joel Embiid as his side led a 161-160 lead, James fired a tricky field goal to score a perfect 5-0 in the new All-Star Game.

The game ramped up in the fourth quarter, but before that, Steve Curry hosted the show. The Golden State Warriors star had his share of boos during a rough weekend in Cleveland, but made sure to walk away from the All-Star Game Most Valuable Player award.

Curry netted a record 16 field goals from downtown. He broke the old Paul George owned mark of a nine in the early third quarter. Curry then followed up with baskets very close to the central logo to finish the quarter with 21 points. He scored a total of 50 points at the end of the game for LeBron.

“It’s very special, especially here in Ohio,” Curry said moments after receiving the title. The cup is very special. I’m spoiled, but humble about the title. ยป

James scored 24 points and eight assists, but scored only two field goals in 11 attempts from downtown. Giannis Antetokounmou was also featured in the winning squad with 30 points. Toronto Raptors’ Fred Van Vliet scored six points, two rebounds and three assists.

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Without Kevin Durant in the other formation, Joel Embiid scored 36 points. Trae Young distributed the ball as if he knew how to do it with 10 assists and 13 points. Ja Morant enjoyed some great baskets during the match.

During the break, the National Basketball Association honored many of the great players who have marked the ring over the years and Michael Jordan was the last to receive applause for this ceremony.

Following a fiery video of the highlights in NBA history, we’ve highlighted the 75 greatest players of all time.

A total of 45 of them went to the midfield to greet the fans. Among them: Jordan, Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Julius Irving, Dirk Nowitzki, Charles Barkley, Shaquille O’Neal, Allen Iverson, Oscar Robertson, Dominic Wilkins, Kevin McHale, Dennis Rodman, Patrick Ewing, David Robinson, Bill Walton, Hakeem Elewan Jerry West, Reggie Miller.

JB Smoove, Tiffany Haddish, and Usher put together the value of each basketball position after Spike Lee started the party.

At the end of the performances, Earth, Wind & Fire played the song “Shining Star”.