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Best moments from before, during and after the NBA All-Star Game

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Curry: New All-Star format gave opportunity for a reset (1:56)

Steph Curry explains what impact the new All-Star format had on the game and how successful it turned out to be. Curry also expresses his thoughts on the draft and how he is looking forward to that for years to come. (1:56)

After Team World dominated Team USA in the Rising Stars Challenge on Friday, and Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell captured the dunk contest on Saturday, the main event of All-Star weekend tipped off on Sunday night.

Team LeBron beat Team Stephen 148-145 in the first year of the new format that consisted of the two captains selecting their own rosters through a playground-style draft process.

LeBron James' team lost DeMarcus Cousins, Kristaps Porzingis, Kevin Love and John Wall to injuries, but featured former Oklahoma City Thunder teammates Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook and James' ex-teammate Kyrie Irving.

Stephen Curry countered with rising star Giannis Antetokounmpo and MVP candidate James Harden, along with other young talents in Joel Embiid and Karl-Anthony Towns.


Best Postgame Moments

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LeBron: Playing with Kyrie was 'phenomenal'

LeBron James expresses how it felt to play with Kyrie Irving again and adds any chance that he gets to play with your old teammates is a "great moment."

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Westbrook says playing with KD was 'fun'

Russell Westbrook explains what it was like to play with Kevin Durant again and says that the two communicated when necessary.

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D'Antoni: 'The Golden State guys kept trying to take my clipboard'

Rockets head coach Mike D'Antoni says that he had to fight Warriors players in the huddle for his clipboard joking that they were trying to draw plays throughout the All-Star Game.


Top In-Game Moments


Pregame Action


KG greets All-Stars


What they're wearing

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All-Stars rocking new kicks in LA

Nick DePaula breaks down the shoes that NBA All-Stars will be wearing in Sunday's game, including new releases from Russell Westbrook and Steph Curry.

David Creech, VP of Design at Jordan Brand, explains why Jordan decided to use black and white as the sole colors of the 2018 All-Star jerseys.

Jovan Buha, ESPN.com Editor181d ago