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Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Updated: March 2, 11:35 PM ET
2013 NBA All-Star Game Scorecard

By Justin Verrier

2013 NBA All-Star


By Justin Verrier

Ryan AndersonPF | New Orleans Hornets
Hit four of five to start his night and then cleared the entire second rack, but his score of 18 was just one shy of advancing to the second round.

Matt BonnerPF | San Antonio Spurs
They let Bonner shoot, and he didn't disappoint. The Red Rocket catapulted his way to the finals with a first-round 19, one better than Anderson, then topped himself with a 20 in Round 2. Only a scorching-hot hand from Irving kept him from the crown.
Stephen CurryPG | Golden State Warriors
Hit nine of 10 at one point from the left side of the arc, but a slow start limited Curry, perhaps the best shooter in the league, to just 17, worst among the West.
Paul GeorgeSF | Indiana Pacers
Probably better off sticking to the dunk contest. George, a 38.6 percent 3-point shooter, missed every ball in the first rack and couldn't get much thereafter, either. The first-time All-Star finished with a contest-worst 10 points.
Kyrie IrvingPG | Cleveland Cavaliers
He's officially arrived. The first-time All-Star stole the show at the Rising Stars Challenge and did so again in his first 3-point contest with a Round 2 score of 23. Irving, who had 18 points in the first round, hit 14 of his first 15 shots in his shoot-off with Bonner, then "cooled off" with three each on the last two racks. The weekend is his so far.
Steve NovakSF | New York Knicks
A big letdown for the best pregame shooter in the league. Novak started hot, hitting eight of his first 10, but he would hit just five total shots over the final three racks. His score of 17 was just one shy of the second round.