Kevin Durant has picked up his second All-Star MVP award after scoring 31 points to help his side win the annual contest.
Team LeBron defeated Team Giannis 178-164 in Charlotte, North Carolina on Sunday despite trailing for most of the showcase of the NBA's best players.
The top All-Star vote getters from the Western and Eastern Conferences, LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo, selected and captained their squads.
Ben Simmons had 10 points on five-from-five shooting, six rebounds and seven assists from just 16 minutes on the court.
"Being around so many great players, it makes you want to get better," Simmons said.
The Melbourne-born 22-year-old and star of the Philadelphia 76ers was instrumental in two major runs, including a third-quarter 33-14 spurt with captain James and other starters on the bench, to set up the win.
Team Giannis jumped to an early lead with Antetokounmpo repeatedly rattling the rim with dunks, including a spectacular alley-oop off an extraordinary bounce pass from Steph Curry.
Curry bounced the pass from one side of the key over his 206cm tall Golden State Warriors teammate, but All-Star opponent, Kevin Durant to Antetokounmpo.
Antetokounmpo led all scorers with 38 points, 11 rebounds and five assists and Curry pulled off circus-like plays on his way to 17 points and seven assists.
It was when Durant, James and other starters James Harden, Kawhi Leonard and
Kyrie Irving were on the bench that reserves Simmons, Damian Lillard, Klay Thompson, LaMarcus Aldridge and Bradley Beal went on their game-winning run.
"Bradley Beal, Klay Thompson; that second group got us going and we took off from there," Durant said.