Stephen Curry got another 3-point record. LeBron James got another All-Star win.
Not a bad night in Ohio for the two All-Stars from Akron. ‘It’s right on the nose of how it should go,’ Curry said.
Curry turned boos to oohs and aahs with the greatest long-distance shooting performance in All-Star Game history, then James made a turnaround jumper that gave Team LeBron a 163-160 victory over Team Durant on Sunday night.
Stephen Curry (right) made a record-breaking sixteen three-pointers during the All-Star match
Curry was red-hot from behind the arc – making his 16 threes from 27 attempts there in total
Curry holds aloft the redesigned Kobe Bryant Trophy after winning the NBA All-Star MVP gong
Curry made 16 three-pointers and scored 50 points, two off Anthony…
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