Stephen Curry set up an easy slam for Giannis Antetokounmpo with an arcing bounce pass during the All-Star Game.
Curry and Antetokounmpo ended up on the losing side as Team Giannis fell to a 178-164 loss to Team LeBron, who overcame a 20-point second-half deficit to win the game.
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But that did not mean they didn’t light up the game with some highlight plays.
Giannis was on a dunk-a-minute pace to start the game. In the opening seven minutes, he had 16 points to fuel Team Giannis to a 36-22 edge, while assisting on three-pointers by Bucks team-mate Khris Middleton on three consecutive possessions.
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Curry had a poor shooting night but brought the crowd to their feet with a fourth-quarter four-point play and a self-assisted consolation reverse slam in the game’s dying seconds.
The pair combined for an improvised alley-oop slam in the second quarter that brought the house down.
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Curry received a crosscourt pass from Joel Embiid on the left wing and, with Antetokounmpo racing down the opposite flank, hammered the ball into the floor, sending it soaring high above the rim.
Giannis needed no second invitation, rising unopposed to ram home a right-handed slam.
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