East Claims NBA All-Star Game


Published on February 17 2014 6:19 am
Last Updated on February 17 2014 6:19 am
Written by Millie Lange

East Tops West In Historic All-Star Game

(New Orleans, LA) -- Carmelo Anthony hit 10-of-18 shots en route to 30 points to help the East defeat the West 163-155 in New Orleans at the 63rd All-Star Game. 'Melo had an NBA All-Star record eight three-pointers in the win.  Game MVP Kyrie Irving tallied 31 points on 14-of-17 from the field with a game-best 14 assists for the East. LeBron James scored 22 points with seven assists and as many rebounds. Blake Griffin and Kevin Durant both came up four points short of the All-Star record, scoring 38 apiece. Griffin did register the most field goals made in the event's history with 19. Durant, Steph Curry and Chris Paul all had double-doubles in defeat. It was the highest scoring game in All-Star history.


Monday, February 17 Schedule


No Games Scheduled  (All-Star Break)