The Flash shines brighter in NBA All Star as East beats West 141-139
Miami Heat superstar guard Dwayne "Flash" Wade is the brightest star in this year's edition of the NBA All Star game in Dallas, Texas.
Playing in-front of a mammoth crowd of 108,713, which is a Guinness World record in attendance for a basketball game, Miami Heat superstar guard Dwayne "Flash" Wade showed the world is the brightest star in this year's edition of the National Basketball Association All-Star game at the Dallas Cowboys stadium in Dallas, Texas.
wade successfully lead the East All Stars to a 141-139 victory against the West All Stars with his all around game and 28 points in the game which is now part of the colorful history of the NBA.
With his great performance, Wade was declared the Most Valuable Player in the game which gathered the top stars in the NBA today.
Aside from his scoring, Wade also added 11 assists and six rebounds to help his team get the win and grab the chance to be declared the MVP and join buddy Cleveland Cavaliers superstar forward Lebron "King" James, Los Angeles Lakers superstar guard Kobe "Black" Mamba Bryant, Cavaliers superstar center Shaquille O'Neal and Philadelphia Sixers veteran superstar Allen Iverson as MVP winners in the All-Star games for the decade.
Wade expressed joy over their victory and his award as MVP since Dallas had been a memorable place for him since it is in this place where he help the Heat win its first ever NBA championship in 2006.
The MVP award is also sweet for Wade since it came when a great number of the crowd jeered him for his masterful performance in giving the Heat its championship four years back.
Dallas native and Toronto Raptors top man Chris Bosh played hero for the East as he sank the two winning free throws with five seconds left in the game.
The game is also extra significant since it shattered the previous record for the largest crowd to watch a basketball game of 78,129, set for a college match-up between Kentucky and Michigan State at Detroit's Ford Field on Dec. 13, 2003.
Denver Nuggets superstar forward Carmelo Anthony for his part top scored for the West team who tried their best to defeat the East but their effort fell short due to the superb performance of Wade and great team effort of the East.
Hometown favorite Dirk Nowitzki, the superstar forward of the Dallas Mavericks also added 22 points to a losing cause for the West.
First time All Star and NBA MVP candidate Kevin Durant also had a great debut in the game as he scored 15 points in the game.
With a record crowd and great performance from some of the brightest stars in the NBA today, the NBA All Star game is indeed a great success.
Now that the All Star game has concluded the attention now shift to the remaining games in NBA regular season.
Each NBA teams are now doubling their effort to get a slot to the NBA playoffs and contend for the title currently owned by the Los Angeles Lakers.