Shaquille O'Neal put forth an MVP performance on Sunday before a hometown crowd.
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Hometown Heroes
Behind a combined 44 points from host-city stars Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant, the West All-Stars edged the East in a 136-132 classic Sunday night at Los Angeles' STAPLES Center. O'Neal, who also hauled in 11 rebounds, took home MVP honors as the game's top performer. Jamaal Magloire's 19 points led the Eastern All-Stars while Jason Kidd shined with 14 points and 10 assists.
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Minnesota's Garnett Leads West to Double-OT Win in 2003
In a classic double-overtime contest, All-Star Game MVP Kevin Garnett scored 37 points -- seven points in the second overtime -- to boost the West to a 155-145 win last year in Atlanta. In his final appearance, Michael Jordan nearly won the game when he hit a jumper late in the first OT.
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EAST STARTERS
PLAYER
TEAM
POS.
HT.
WT.
FROM
Toronto
F
6-6
225
North Carolina
Indiana
F
6-11
242
Eau Claire HS
Philadelphia
G
6-0
165
Georgetown
Orlando
G
6-8
210
Mt. Zion Christian Academy
Detroit
C
6-9
240
Virginia Union
EAST RESERVES
PLAYER
TEAM
POS.
HT.
WT.
FROM
Indiana
F
6-7
246
St. John's
New Orleans
G
6-3
223
UCLA
New Jersey
G
6-4
212
California
New Orleans
C
6-11
259
Kentucky
New Jersey
F
6-9
234
Cincinnati
Boston
F
6-6
230
Kansas
Milwaukee
G
6-6
215
Ohio State
WEST STARTERS
PLAYER
TEAM
POS.
HT.
WT.
FROM
San Antonio
F
7-0
260
Wake Forest
Minnesota
F
6-11
240
Farragut Academy
L.A. Lakers
G
6-6
220
Lower Merion HS
Houston
G
6-3
200
Maryland
Houston
C
7-6
310
China
WEST RESERVES
PLAYER
TEAM
POS.
HT.
WT.
FROM
Seattle
G
6-5
205
Connecticut
Minnesota
G
6-3
185
Florida State
Utah
F
6-9
225
Russia
Sacramento
C
7-0
261
Purdue
Dallas
F
7-0
245
Germany
L.A. Lakers
C
7-1
340
Louisiana State
Sacramento
G
6-10
229
Serbia-Montenegro