The Eastern and Western Conference teams didn’t even pretend to play any defense in Sunday’s 2014 NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans.
The teams combined for 318 points, breaking 2007’s 1987’s previous record of 303. The East won the game 163-155.
Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving deservedly won the MVP Award, but Blake Griffin also had a fantastic game. The Los Angeles Clippers forward tied Kevin Durant for a game high 38 points. Many of them coming on an array of dunks. Check out Griffin’s dunkfest below.