East 17-7-13-14 — 51
West 18-14-10-17 — 59
Kevin Hart won his fourth consecutive Celebrity game MVP and the West won for the first time in four years. Hart announced his retirement from the game, comparing himself to Kobe Bryant and Lebron James.
Both teams came out blazing in the first quarter, but the second was dominated by the West, even though they only outscored the East by seven.
MVP Hart finished with 15 points in 29 minutes. Shoni Schimmel, who also played for the East, had a game-high 17 points.
For the West, Skylar Diggans and Robert Pera had 13 points each, and win Butler, Chris Mullin and Jesse Williams all had eight.
Read on for a recap.
It Was a High-Scoring First Quarter
The first quarter featured almost 40 points. Watch Mo’ne Davis, 13, burn Kevin Hart for two in the vine above.
The East Was Scoreless for Most of the Second Quarter
The East has yet to score in the second half with less than five minutes remaining. Watch Win Butler score for the West in the vine above.
The West Dominated the Second Quarter
The West dominated the second quarter, holding the East scoreless for more than half of it and outscoring them by 7. They take an eight-point lead into the half. Watch Kevin Hart argue a call in the vine above.
Kevin Hart Was the First to 10 Points
Kevin Hart was the first to reach double digits in points. Watch him get back a Mo’ne Davis in the vine above.
Jesse Williams Got Hurt With 5 Minutes Left
Jesse Williams suffered what appeared to be a leg injury with about five minutes left in the game. Watch the vine above.
The 2015 NBA Celebrity All-Star game, which is being played at Madison Square Garden in New York, features names like Kevin Hart, Nick Cannon and Mo’ne Davis. Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony and super fan Spike Lee will be coaching the teams.