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NBA All-Star 2019: Famous Los claims Celebrity Game MVP

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The first game of the NBA All-Star Weekend delivered plenty of highlights as former athletes, celebrities and hometown heroes put on a show.

Despite the home team streaking away to a big lead, the away team came crawling back into the contest. But it wasn't enough as the home team claimed the 82-80 victory.

After Quavo claimed the MVP last season he threw everything he had into this years contest as he poured in a game-high 27 points on 13-19 shooting to go along with nine rebounds, but he couldn't make it back-to-back.

Famous Los was named as the MVP and hoisted the trophy, ending the game with a statline of 22 points on 10-16 FG shooting and pulling down two rebounds and dished out three assists.

Not to mention providing the biggest highlight of the game by knocking down this four pointer and drawing the foul from Quavo.



Ray Allen showed why he's one of the greatest shooter the NBA has seen as he knocked down several four-pointers and ended with 24 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists.

Allen and former NBA player and now ESPN analyst Jay Williams (18 points) put on a spectacular show as they pulled out several big plays.

The 29-year-old Los stated he wanted to make a splash on the Celebrity Game and his performance showed he wasn't messing around.

Los grew to fame behind his Instagram clips where he posts moments from the NBA with comedic quips over the top. He quickly earned a star following around the league with players and last year dropped his first album.

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