In an electrifying showdown at the NBA All-Star Game, the Eastern Conference outgunned the Western Conference with Damian Lillard seizing the MVP honors.

Lillard, representing the Milwaukee Bucks, scored 39 points, including 11 three-pointers, leading the East to a 211-186 victory over the West.

Lillard’s stellar weekend continued, as he followed up his victory in the 3-point shootout with a commanding MVP display.

The game witnessed a barrage of records being shattered, as the total points tally of 397 surpassed all previous marks.

Jaylen Brown of the Boston Celtics and Tyrese Haliburton from the Indiana Pacers were instrumental in the East’s triumph, contributing 36 and 32 points respectively.

Despite the West’s valiant effort, highlighted by Karl-Anthony Towns’ 50-point performance, it fell short in what turned out to be a high-scoring affair.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander of the Oklahoma City Thunder contributed 31 points for the Western Conference stars, followed by 18 points Kevin Durant.