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2012 NBA All-Star Game: Andre Iguodala With Monster First-Half Dunk, And Other Highlights

The 2012 NBA All-Star Game is approaching record levels, with the Western Conference leading 122-112 at the end of the third quarter. Andre Iguodala hasn't made much of an impact on the stat sheet. Through 36 minutes he has 10 points, four rebounds and two assists in eight minutes of play. He did impact the game in a more meaningful way, however, providing one of several huge dunks of the first half.


Other highlights include Russell Westbrook:


And a very Chris Brown halftime show:


Kevin Durant is the leading candidate for Most Valuable Player honors so far, with 32 points on 12-for-21 shooting on the night, as well as six rebounds. Other notable performances include LeBrown James with 28 points and six assists, and Kobe Bryant with 24 points.

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