The West would go up early, the East would climb back. Yet, the home team would hold off the surge 148 to 143.
You couldn’t ask for more in an All-Star game. Many highlights, insane dunks, and the best of the best showcasing their talents at Staples Center.
Kevin Durant showed why he is a superstar, Lebron James had a triple double, which puts him in the same breath as Michael Jordan. The only players in All-Star history to get a triple double.
One star shined brighter on Sunday evening, and that was the hometown hero. Kobe Bryant had 37 Points, 14 Rebounds, 3 Steals, and 3 Assist. He was awarded his 4th MVP to tie Bob Pettit with the most All-Star MVP’s in NBA History.
Host of the Voice of the Nation, David Brickley, recaps the big game on Sunday night, and plays you audio from the stars of stars, 4-TIme All-Star MVP Kobe Bryant.