With 108,000 fans in attendance -- the most at any basketball game -- at Cowboys Stadium, the 2010 All-Star Game ended the weekend on a much higher note than it started. In what turned into a dunk-a-thon (they had to make up for the lackluster dunk contest a day earlier), the game went down to the wire as the West tied it in the final seconds.<br><br>But when the final buzzer sounded, the East picked up a 141-139 victory, and Dwyane Wade left Dallas with an MVP trophy in hand. Here are some of the best shots from the league's big game.<br><br>
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The Hawks guard started for the East team and had 10 points in 18 minutes.
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Of his 25 points, LeBron James knocked down this massive dunk in the second half.
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Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony made a push for MVP, leading the West with 27 points and 10 boards.
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R&B singer Usher kicked off the festivities, serenading fans during player introductions.
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But Wade took the Most Valuable Player award after leading the East with 28 points, 11 assists, five steals and six rebounds.
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Dallas Cowboys' Cheerleaders
They made an early appearance at the dunk contest Saturday, but the Dallas Cowboys' cheerleaders weren't about to miss the big game. And men everywhere were thrilled.
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NBA legend and 12-time All-Star Bill Russell was among the thousands at Cowboys Stadium.
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Mark Cuban, Ludacris
The Mavericks owner seems to be enjoying himself, but the bigger story here: Ludacris is wearing shades while watching a basketball game indoors. Interesting.
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The Magic center started for the East and contributed 17 points, five boards and three blocks -- including that one.
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Is Diddy texting during the game?
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The Latin songstress stole the show at halftime with her latest hit "She Wolf."
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And R&B singer Alicia Keys ended the halftime show with a backdrop of pyrotechnics.
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The Oklahoma City star came off the bench to score 15 points and grab five rebounds for the West.
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One more LeBron dunk, just for good measure.
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The six-time All-Star added the game's shiny MVP trophy to his already-massive collection of hardware.
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Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders
And for our loyal readers, we'll end on this note. Enjoy.
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