Stephen Curry scored 50 points while hitting 16 three-pointers to lead Team LeBron to a 163-160 win over Team Durant in the 2022 NBA All-Star Game.
Curry was named MVP while LeBron James hit the game winning basket.
"Yeah, I told him on the court after the game it was kind of a perfect ending," said Curry, who was named the game's Most Valuable Player. "I was chasing that extra two or three points. I think DeMar [DeRozan] hit a big shot, and then [James] came out and hit the game winner.
"It was kind of a perfect ending. Obviously, I got the MVP; I played well the whole night. He hit the game winner. All the history of our series and the Akron ties, and all that kind of going into how the night went, so it was pretty -- can't really draw it up any other way.
"It's right on the nose of how it should go."
Curry made eight three-ponters int he first half and then made five straight early in the third quarter, including one on three straight possessions.