1972 NBA ALL STAR GAME LOS ANGELES:
    WEST 112 – EAST 110

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    • 1972 was the first edition where the fans were allowed to vote for both starting five.
    • A 21 feet shot by “local” player Jerry West gave the victory to the Western team, in one of the most exciting All Star Games ever played.
    • West made a good work as a team, with seven players scoring double figures. In the East both, John Havlicek and Walt Frazier, scored 15 points.
    • The final key shot resulted in the MVP going to Jerry West.
    • MVP: Jerry West (West)

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