He commanded from the first quarter and ended up defeating Team Durant 170-150 in the 70th edition of the Game, which tonight was played without fans at the State Farm Arena in this city, well, only about a thousand people entered, relatives of the teams and special guests from schools that received donations from the League.
It was a game that was defined by triples. They scored a total of 58 threes in the game where Giannis Antetokounmpo f ue named the MVP of the score 35 points and seven rebounds.
The duel ended with a triple from the midfield by Damian Lillard. It must be remembered that since last year the format changed, and now after three periods, the sum of the team that has scored the most is added 24 points (in memory of Kobe Bryant) to define the figure that the player must reach. team that wants to take the victory.
This time the mark was 170 points and LeBron James’ men arrived quickly, as they had dominated the entire duel.
The game had two casualties in the last minutes, because hours before the duel it was confirmed that Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons would not have participation because they had contact with a person who tested positive for coronavirus.
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The chamaco 21 Anfernee Simons, the Blazers, was charged last night of the halftime show of the All – Stars of the NBA to the win the contest dunks. Stephen Curry , prior to the stellar match, won the Triple Contest.
Simons defeated Obi Toppin of the Knicks in the Dunk Contest Final .
Anfernee threw the ball hard into the sky and, as it fell, headed for the basket . He took it in the air with his right hand and dunked it, but what was relevant was that he almost kissed the hoop as he dived. That earned him the winner vote from three of the five judges, and thus for the first time a Portland player won the contest.
On 3s, Curry won for the second time in his career, defeating Mike Conley on the last shot . The Warriors guard had 28 points to Conley’s 27.
The Skills Contest went to Domantas Sabonis, who made the course faster than Nikola Vucevic in the Final.
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