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Kobe Bryant jacked Michael Jordan’s record during the All-Star game.

Bryant and the West held off a crazy East comeback, winning 152-149 in the NBA All-Star game on Sunday night.

Bryant scored 27 points, moving past Jordan as the career scoring leader in the game. MVP Kevin Durant had 36.
James and the East cut a 21-point deficit to one in the closing seconds, but weren’t able to move in front. James had 36 points and fellow Heat star Dwyane Wade finished with a triple-double.

Jordan’s record of 262 points was crushed on a dunk with 4:57 left in the third quarter and now Kobe has 271 for his career. He entered with 244 and passed Oscar Robertson (246 points) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (251) earlier in the game. Check out the highlights.

Oh! Here are some highlights from the slam dunk contest too


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  1. Lebron just won’t take that last shot for nothing in the world, no matter what the situation is…that is his only flaw…he needs numerous game winners under his belt!!!!!!! Kevin Durant is ok, but Kobe should have won it off the strength that he broke MJ’s record for most allstar points all time.

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