New York's David Lee took home the 2007 MVP for the Sophomores.
Boston's Courtney tells all what it's like to be on the 2007 All-Star squad.
Tony Potts, co-anchor of Access Hollywood, took home MVP honors. Potts finished the game with 14 points and eight rebounds to lead the West over the East, 40-21.
Gerald Green had the only perfect 50 and became dunk champ.
Dwyane Wade successfully defended his PlayStation Skills Challenge title.
Jason Kapono tied a record in becoming Three-Point Shootout champ.
Bill Laimbeer and Team Detroit took home the title in Las Vegas.
Fort Worth Flyer Pops Mensah-Bonsu poured in 30 points and took home MVP honors in the inaugural Gillette D-League All-Star Game. The East defeated the West, 114-100, on Saturday.
> All-Stars in their own right
Kobe Bryant scored a game-high 31 points as the West won the 2007 NBA All-Star Game, 153-132. Bryant won his second All-Star MVP.
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  • West: Bryant | T-Mac | Duncan | Garnett | Yao
  • Starters in their All-Star uniforms

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    MVP David Lee scored 30 to lift the Sophomores to a 155-114 victory over the Rookies in the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge and Youth Jam on Friday.
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