Saturday, Feb. 16
No games scheduled. The All-Star game is Sunday.

Daniel Gibson made a record 11 3-pointers, many coming right in front of Cleveland teammate LeBron James, and scored 33 points to lead the NBA's sophomore stars to a 136-109 victory over the top rookies on Friday night of All-Star weekend. Rudy Gay added 22 points, while Brandon Roy and Jordan Farmar scored 17 apiece for the sophomores, who won their sixth straight in the series. Kevin Durant, the No. 2 pick in the draft, scored 23 points for the rookies.

``It's not about me. It's about a spotlight for the city. That's what this weekend's all about. It's all about New Orleans, and reaching out to the community and giving back.'' - Chris Paul of the Hornets on this weekend's All-Star festivities in New Orleans.

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