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Anthony Davis broke a record and more from the NBA All Star Game

Bob Donnan – USA Today Sports

Bob Donnan - USA Today Sports

Bob Donnan – USA Today Sports

Despite being underwhelming to some people *cough Colin Cowherd cough*, former Kentucky players took up three selections in this years NBA All Star game.

Because that wasn’t enough, Anthony Davis was on it from the very start. Scoring the West’s first points of the night and defeating Wilt Chamberlain’s record for most points scored in a single All Star game. Davis ended up with 52 points and 10 rebounds compared to Chamberlain’s 42 points.

JUST LOOK AT THIS

 

John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins also competed in the event. Wall finished with 12 point and six rebounds while Cousins only got three points in two minutes of playing time. However, rumors of the Kings eagerness to trade Cousins could have contributed to his lack of playing time.

Boogie addressed the rumors in post game interviews with the “whatever happens, happens mentality.”

 

Article written by Haley Simpson

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2 Comments for Anthony Davis broke a record and more from the NBA All Star Game



  1. ukbradstith
    11:45 pm February 19, 2017 Permalink

    I used to love the all star game. They never played great d but at least they competed somewhat. Now it’s a total joke, and they don’t even play token d. I still think it’s the best all star weekend in sports, but the game itself is unwatchable



  2. a21CATSfan
    12:16 am February 20, 2017 Permalink

    So underwhelming.