Both teams - Giannis and LeBron - couldn't help but be impressed.
The first half consisted of 81 3-point attempts - 29 successful - between the teams.
And, sure, a lot of defense typically isn't played in the annual All-Star game, but that didn't stop Curry from trying.
Down 89-109 early in the second half, Team LeBron slowly chipped away at its deficit before Lillard hit back-to-back three-pointers to knot the score at 127-all - the second one he drained from the logo of the Spectrum Center.
Thompson drained a 3 from the corner in front of the Team Giannis bench to trim what was a 20-point lead in the third to five, 120-115, and Beal followed with a 3-pointer of his own off a turnover to cut the advantage to 120-118.
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The Milwaukee Bucks entered the break with the NBA's best record, so was it really any surprise that Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton brought their best to Sunday's All-Star Game in Charlotte?
The game started with exchanging 3-point shots and alley-oop dunks.
Antetokounmpo sprinted down the right side of the court in the second half, flying to the paint as teammate Steph Curry bounced the ball off the floor.
"Thank you to the commissioner and to the National Basketball Association for allowing us to be on this stage once again", Nowitzki said during a mid-court ceremony before the start of the final quarter.
Wade said, "We want to thank each and every last one of these players".