Black Sports : NBA Allstar weekend 2010

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    Allstars shining .......

    DALLAS -- Nate Robinson is the NBA's first three-time slam dunk champion, and that's enough for him. The 5-foot-9 New York Knicks guard says he's done with the marquee event of Saturday night's All-Star festivities, No other player has done what Nate has done 3 time a charm

    Pierce won the 3-Point Shootout, proving his lackluster performance the last time he was in the competition was an aberration. BOSTON Paul Pierce had 20 points in the final round, making all five of the 2-point money balls, to beat Golden State's Stephen Curry (17) and Denver's Chauncey Billups (14).

    Phoenix Suns guard Steve Nash also was a winner Saturday night, beating a trio of 20-somethings to capture another Skills Challenge title six days after he turned 36.
    With a time of 29.9 seconds in the final round of the obstacle course-like skills competition, Nash beat Dallas native and 2008 champion Deron Williams of Utah, who is 11 years younger.

    T.O ......added his football dunken style and played with flair .


    Dwyane Wade did it again in north Texas.
    Wade had 28 points and won MVP honors, and the Eastern Conference edged the West 141-139 on Sunday night in the NBA All-Star game. Wade, the MVP of the 2006 NBA finals when Miami won the title in Dallas, added 11 assists and six rebounds. LeBron James had 25 points, and Bosh finished with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Anthony scored 27 and Nowitzki had 22.
    TO cap off the weekend show of stars..............