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Late Addition Helps NBA's East Beat West

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Late Addition Helps NBA's East Beat West

Late Addition Helps NBA's East Beat West

Late Addition Helps NBA's East Beat West

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The East beat the West 134-128 in the 57th NBA All-Star Game on Sunday. Ray Allen of the Boston Celtics, a late addition to the East All-Stars, led the East with 28 points.

Commentator John Feinstein talks to Renee Montagne about all the All-Stars who have changed teams — or almost changed teams — in the past couple of weeks.