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    2014 NBA ALL STAR GAME NEW ORLEANS:
    WEST 155 – EAST 163

    All-Star Game 2014

    West
    East
    155 - 163
    Final Score
    Scoreboard1234OTT
    West 44 45 37 29 - 155
    East 42 34 47 40 - 163
    REB
    54
    AST
    42
    PF
    8
    STL
    11
    BLK
    0
    REB
    47
    AST
    46
    PF
    13
    STL
    12
    BLK
    0
    Game Statistics
    51.2%
    Field goal percentage
    28.6%
    3-pointer percentage
    75.0%
    Free throw percentage
    60.9%
    Field goal percentage
    31.8%
    3-pointer percentage
    100.0%
    Free throw percentage

    Details

    DateEventSeasonCityAttendanceMVPMVP Team
    February 16, 2014All-Star Game2014New Orleans14,727Kyrie IrvingEast
    • The 2014 NBA All-Star Game was a big scoring party with several records: Most points in a half (Kyrie Irving 24), most points in a half – team (West 89), most points in a half – both teams (165), most points in a game – team (East 163) and most points in a game – both teams (318).
    • Besides, Kevin Durant and Blake Griffin scored 38 points each, really close to Wilt Chamberlain’s 42 in 1962, and the most points scored by two teammates in a game.
    • A quick start by the East (11-2 in 2 minutes) was the first sign, but the East won’t have another advantage until the last three minutes of the game.
    • Three players almost made a new scoring record in the first half: Carmelo Anthony (20 points) in the East, Blake Griffin (20 including 8 dunks) and Kevin Durant (22).
    • Just a few points short of Glen Rice’s record of 24 points in 1997.
    • Chris Paul was a game changer for the West with 9 assists from the bench.
    • In the third quarter the West team started making a lot of threes to achieve a +18 advantage, but a furious rally leaded by some East bench players and future MVP Kyrie Irving gave some hope to the fans to enjoy a good last quarter.
    • Carmelo Anthony’s 3-pointers (he scored 8, a new record too) were essential to seal the East victory, their first in the last four years.
    • Kevin Durant is the only player to score at least 30 points in the NBA All-Star Game four times.
    • Durant mark is impressive, he did it in four consecutive All-Star Games.
    • MVP: Kyrie Irving (East)

    NBA All-Star Celebrity Game

    • East 60 – West 56 (33-35 at Halftime)
    • Coach Jalen Rose defeated Bill Simmons, with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan as the biggest star with 20 points (Celebrity Game all-time record), 11 rebounds and 6 assists, sharing MVP with Kevin Hart who was again voted by the fans. He had great help with Skylar Diggins (16 points) and Romeo Miller.
    • The best West players were Michael B. Jordan (16 points), Elena Delle Donne (11) y Snoop Dogg (11).

    West

    PlayerPositionTMMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OFFDEFREBASTPFSTLTOBLKPTSCOM
    Kevin DurantShooting GuardOKC35142751.961735.344100.037106 -11 -38 
    Blake GriffinPower ForwardLAC32192382.6 -20.0 - -04261422 -38 
    Kevin LovePower ForwardMIN3351145.52728.61425.01892 -11 -13 
    Stephen CurryPoint GuardGS2841428.621118.222100.012311112 -12 
    Chris PaulPoint GuardLAC244944.41425.022100.022413133 -11 
    Anthony DavisPower ForwardNOP105683.3 - -0 - -0 -11 - -21 -10 
    Damian LillardPoint GuardPOR93837.53650.0 - -0 -11 -1 -1 -9 
    James HardenShooting GuardHOU243742.92633.3 - -0 -115112 -8 
    Dwight HowardPower ForwardHOU134666.7 -20.0 - -047113 - - - -8 
    LaMarcus AldridgeCenterPOR132922.2 - -0 - -0325 - - - - -4 
    Tony ParkerPoint GuardSA112540.0 - -0 - -01121 - -1 -4 
    Dirk NowitzkiPower ForwardDAL8 -20.0 -10.0 - -0 -11 - - - - - - 
    Kobe BryantSmall ForwardLAL - - -0 - -0 - -0 - -0 - - - - - -Injured
    Total  2406512751.2165628.691275.019355442811140155 

    East

    PlayerPositionTMMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OFFDEFREBASTPFSTLTOBLKPTSCOM
    Kyrie Irving Point GuardCLE34141782.43650.0 - -0145144 -5 -31 
    Carmelo AnthonySmall ForwardNY30101855.681361.522100.032523 - - -30 
    LeBron JamesPower ForwardMIA33112250.0 -70.0 - -01677 -31 -22 
    Paul GeorgeShooting GuardIND3361346.21520.055100.01455221 -18 
    John WallPoint GuardWAS155771.4 -10.022100.0 -554123 -12 
    Dwyane WadeShooting GuardMIA125683.3 - -0 - -01 --13 -21 -10 
    Joakim NoahCenterCHI214580.0 - -0 - -0 -555211 -8 
    DeMar DeRozanShooting GuardTOR154757.1 -10.0 - -01232 - - - -8 
    Roy HibbertCenterIND124580.0 -10.0 - -01452 - -1 -8 
    Paul MillsapPower ForwardATL153560.0 -20.0 - -0 -331 - - - -6 
    Chris BoshPower ForwardMIA102366.71250.0 - -0 -22 -121 -5 
    Joe JohnsonSmall ForwardBKN102728.61616.7 - -0 -111 - - - -5 
    Total  2407011560.9144431.899100.093847461312140163 

    MVP

    Kyrie Irving

    Points
    31.6
    AVG
    Assists
    12.2
    AVG
    Rebs
    7.4
    AVG
    Point Guard

    Coach West

    Scott Brooks

    Coach
    Nationality
    usa United States
    Past Teams
    West
    Birthday
    July 31, 1965

    Coach East

    Frank Vogel

    Coach
    Nationality
    usa United States
    Past Teams
    East
    Birthday
    June 21, 1973

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