Curry sets 3s record, LeBron wins NBA All-Star Game

by: BRIAN MAHONEY, Associated Press

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CLEVELAND (AP) — Stephen Curry delivered the greatest long-range shooting performance in All-Star Game history, then LeBron James picked up another victory.

Curry made a game-high 16 3-pointers and scored 50 before James made a turnover jump that gave Team LeBron a 163-160 win over Team Durant on Sunday night.

Curry needed another 3-pointer to break Anthony Davis’ record 52 points but missed on his final attempt. But with James’ team needing a basket to reach the target score of 163 points, they couldn’t afford to continue feeding Curry.

So James stopped from deep on the right side for the winning bucket, making it 5-0 in the format where every conference draft team’s main voters.

Giannis Antetokounmpo had 30 points and James finished with 24 at his old home. Joel Embiid led the Durant team with 36 points.


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