Kobe and Shaq were MVP's and led the West to a 146 - 119 victory. Shaq had some nice highlight reel plays,scoring 17 points in only 11 minutes.Kobe had 27 points along with 4 steals, assist
I though Rookies were going to win , but Durant went crazy and scored 46 points
Phoenix hit its first five shots and made it to halfcourt in just 14 seconds, but the halfcourt heave was the team's undoing. The three shooters from Phoenix -- Leandro Barbosa, Dan Majerle and Tangela Smith -- needed more than 20 attempts there before Majerle finally sank one. By that time, Team Detroit was celebrating its victory.
Detroit needed 13 attempts to get through its first five shots, but only seven from halfcourt as the Shock's Katie Smith drained her third try from long distance. Smith helped her coach, Bill Laimbeer, become the first person to win a second Shooting Stars title. He teamed with Swin Cash and Chauncey Billups when Detroit won in 2007. Smith and Laimbeer were joined by Arron Afflalo this time around. They completed their final round run in a time of 58.4 seconds.
"I'm happy Katie got some more hardware," Laimbeer said afterward. "She has collected a whole bunch of gold medals with a WNBA championship and MVP. Now she has got another one."
Derick Rose won he event and finished it with a double pump reverse dunk. He is the first rookie to win the event.
Daequan Cook won the event after winning the tiebreaker vs Rashard Lewis, he dethroned two time champion Jason Kapono
FROM NBA.COMKrypto-Nate: Robinson Takes Down Defending Champion
Nate Robinson tugged on Superman's cape -- and won. The Knicks guard beat defending champion Dwight Howard in an electrifying slam dunk contest on Saturday, winning 52 percent of fans' votes. Clad in an all-green Knicks uniform, Robinson used Howard as a prop in the final, springboarding over the 6-foot-11 center to jam.
you could see his dunk on my icon
Thanks to a game-high 17 points (but only one assist -- he's a receiver, not a passer, you know), Owens nabbed the Most Valuable Player trophy by leading the East Sunrisers to a 60-57 win over West Sunsetters at the McDonald's All-Star Celebrity Game at Jam Session on Friday.
Unlike last year, when Owens arrived sometime after the opening tipoff, he was in Julius Erving's starting lineup in a game that included four Harlem Globetrotters, a mid-game addition of ESPN analyst and Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman and a surprise referee in ESPN play-by-play man Mike Breen. He reffed the whole game.
"They need someone to make fun of," Breen said before the game.
Breen, who had done some refereeing before his broadcasting career, more than held his own for the 32-minute game. The only negative came in the first half when, right in front of Breen, Globetrotter and University of Arizona grad "Wildkat" Edgerson absolutely crushed Sparks center Lisa Leslie on the break, sending the four-time gold medalist into the second row.
In an act of rough justice, Breen swallowed his whistle, which drew an incredulous look from Leslie's coach, Hall of Famer Magic Johnson.