Allen Iverson rose above the rest to capture All-Star Game MVP honors.
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East Emerges Victorious
A steady, well-balanced attack led the Eastern Conference to a 125-115 win over the West in the 54th NBA All-Star Game on Sunday in Denver. MVP Allen Iverson scored 15 points and dished out 10 assists, and Jermaine O'Neal also scored 15 points for the winners. Dwyane Wade added 14 points in his first All-Star Game and LeBron James tallied 13 points, eight assists and six rebounds in his All-Star debut. Ray Allen scored 17 points to lead the West, which had won the past three contests.
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Hometown Heroes in 2004
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 at Los Angeles in 2004. O'Neal, who also hauled in 11 rebounds, took home MVP honors. Jamaal Magloire's 19 points led the East while Jason Kidd shined with 14 points and 10 assists.
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EASTERN CONFERENCE ALL-STARS
PLAYER
TEAM
POS.
HT.
WT.
FROM
Washington
G
6-3
191
Arizona
New Jersey
F
6-6
220
North Carolina
Orlando
F
6-8
225
Duke
Cleveland
C
7-3
260
Lithuania
Philadelphia
G
6-0
165
Georgetown
Cleveland
G
6-8
240
St. Vincent-St. Mary HS
Washington
F
6-9
230
North Carolina
Indiana
F
6-11
230
Eau Claire HS
Miami
C
7-1
325
Louisiana State
Boston
F
6-6
230
Kansas
Miami
G
6-4
212
Marquette
Detroit
F
6-9
240
Virginia Union
WESTERN CONFERENCE ALL-STARS
PLAYER
TEAM
POS.
HT.
WT.
FROM
Seattle
G
6-5
205
Connecticut
L.A. Lakers
G
6-6
220
Lower Merion HS
San Antonio
F
6-11
260
Wake Forest
Minnesota
F
6-11
220
Farragut Academy
San Antonio
F
6-6
210
Argentina
Seattle
F
6-10
215
Alief Elsik HS
Phoenix
F
6-7
228
UNLV
Houston
G
6-8
210
Mount Zion Christian Academy
Phoenix
G
6-3
180
Santa Clara
Dallas
F
7-0
245
Germany
Phoenix
F
6-10
245
Cypress Creek
Houston
C
7-6
310
China

*denotes starter