NBA All-Star 2012 Western defeat Eastern, final score 152-149, according to NBA official website.
NBA All-Star 2012 top performers, Kevin Durant (36-7), LeBron James (36-6-7), Dwyane Wade (24-10-10), Kobe Bryant (27 pts).
According to NBA news updates, Kobe Bryant has beats Michael Jordan as the NBA All-Star game’s greatest scorer.
After Bryant gain 20 points in the third quarter with 4:57 left, he broke Jordan’s record of 262 points.
As Kobe began the NBA All-Star 2012 game with a total of 244 points in the 12 games he had played in, he passed Oscar Robertson (246 points) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (251 points) on Sunday night’s game.
Meanwhile, James and the East cut a 21 points deficit to one in the closing seconds, but weren’t able to move in front. James had 36 points and fellow Heat star Dwyane Wade finished with a triple-double.
“With all these great players on the floor, you never know what will happen. Guys making big shots and they cut it down to one. We were up 18 (at halftime),” Durant said.
“It was fun. That’s the type of All-Star game you want to see.”