Points: The NBA All Star Weekend concluded with an outburst of offense
By the time the fun-filled weekend was over, it left a legacy that could be described in a single, mono-syllable word: Points. This year's All Star Game became the greatest celebration of offense that it has ever seen in its 63 year history. The West and the East combined to score 318 points together, shattering the previous combined total of 303 from 1987. The East, who came back from 18 down to win the game, set an All Star record with 163 points.