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Miami Pulled Up: All-Star Weekend Highlights


Welp, if you missed all the fun this weekend, no worries we have your recap of what everyone was talking about during the NBA All-Star Weekend. Let's start with the dunk contest that kicked off on Saturday in Cleveland Ohio. From flying in Timbs, to jumping over people there could only be 1 winner and that was... Obi Toppin.

After Saturday fans anxiously waited to watch Team LeBron and Team Durant go head to head on Sunday night for the All-Star game. The game was close and you could see neither team wanted to take an L. However from Curry's record breaking MVP winning 3's to Lebron's lead, and honestly every team members efforts - Team Durant came up 3 points short. Team Lebron took home the win ending the game with the final score being 160 -163. Check out some of the highlighted moments.

Miami was definitely represented as Miami Heats own Jimmy Butler was on the winning team, while Miami Heat Head Coach Heat Erik Spoelstra and his staff coached Team Durant.

Team LeBron

LeBron James, of the Los Angeles Lakers

Giannis Antetokounmpo, of the Milwaukee Bucks

Stephen Curry, of the Golden State Warriors

DeMar DeRozan, of the Chicago Bulls

Nikola Jokic, of the Denver Nuggets

Luka Doncic, of the Dallas Mavericks

Darius Garland, of the Cleveland Cavaliers

Chris Paul, of the Phoenix Suns

Jimmy Butler, of the Miami Heat

Donovan Mitchell, of the Utah Jazz

Fred VanVleet, of the Toronto Raptors

James Harden, of the Philadelphia 76ers (injured, will not play)

Jarrett Allen, of the Cleveland Cavaliers (injury replacement for Harden)

TEAM Kevin Durant,

Joel Embiid, of the Philadelphia 76ers

Ja Morant, of the Memphis Grizzlies

Jayson Tatum, of the Boston Celtics (replaces Durant in starting lineup)

Trae Young, of the Atlanta Hawks

Andrew Wiggins, of the Golden State Warriors

Devin Booker, of the Phoenix Suns

Karl-Anthony Towns, of the Minnesota Timberwolves

Zach LaVine, of the Chicago Bulls

Dejounte Murray, of the San Antonio Spurs (injury replacement for Draymond Green)

Khris Middleton, of the Milwaukee Bucks

LaMelo Ball, of the Charlotte Hornets (injury replacement for Durant)

Rudy Gobert, of the Utah Jazz


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