1997 NBA ALL STAR GAME CLEVELAND:
    WEST 120 – EAST 132

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    • The 50th anniversary of the NBA was celebrated in Cleveland, and the East won again, but the big new was the MVP: Glen Rice.
    • Glen began the game on the bench. In the third quarter, he was on fire and established the best scorer mark in a quarter, with 20 points.
    • The other great feat was done by Michael Jordan, who made the first triple-double in an All-Star Game. Besides, he was generous giving the last minutes of the game to Glen Rice. Usually, starter players use to play last minutes.
    • In the West, the points were well distributed, with seven players with 10 or more points.
    • MVP: Glen Rice (East)

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