NBA All-Star Game 2012: Live Score, Stats, Recap and Analysis
The West has won the 61st NBA All-Star Game.
Final Score: West 152 East 149
All-Star MVP: Kevin Durant
Durant's Stat Line: 36 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals.
Durant grabs a well deserved All-Star MVP award.
Wade misses three at the buzzer. West holds on 152-149.
Griffin misses first of two. Hits the second. East call timeout. West ahead 152-149. Notable: East advances ball with that timeout.
A replay of Westbrook's nasty dunk.
LeBron throws it away, and that all but seals the game for the West. Griffin to head to the line with 1.1 seconds remaining.
Dwyane Wade grabs his third triple-double in All-Star history.
LeBron's six three-point field goals ties an All-Star record.
Kobe misses the second. West lead 151-149 with 16.3 seconds left. East ball.
Kobe hits the first of two.
Kobe Bryant to shoot two. Only 18.1 seconds left. West still lead 150-149.
Another record is on the precipice of being broken. Never before have both the East and West scored 150 points in the same game.
Wade hits both. West ahead 150-149 with 22.8 seconds remaining.
Quietly, Wade is one rebound away from triple-double.
Melo misses a three for the tie. Wade gets rebound and fouled. He will shoot two. West ahead 150-147 with 22.8 seconds to play.
West back up by three off Griffin's put-back.
Kobe puts up an air-ball. Then Wade drops pass on the break away. West still up 148-147 with just over a minute to go.
Deron Williams steals in-bounds pass. Lays it in. East within one.
James sets up Howard. East back within three.
Westbrook flies to the rim to put West back up by five.
Melo hits two free throws. East back within three. West lead cut to 146-143.
Durant approaching Wilt Chamberlain's record of 42 points in All-Star game. He has 36 points with over two minutes to play.
Timeout called. East still trailing 146-141 with 2:22 remaining in fourth.
Durant with 36 points, puts West back up by five.
James hits a three. An incredible three. His sixth three-pointer. West lead cut to 144-141.
East with the ball. There is 3:13 remaining in fourth. West still lead 144-138.
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