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Watch NBA All-Star Game in slow motion

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The NBA All-Star Game took place Sunday with the Eastern Conference beating the Western Conference 163-155 in a high powered offensive contest full of excitement.

There were dunks a plenty on show in New Orleans, and from the first minute to the last, both LeBron James and Kyle Irving showed how much the match-up means to them personally with great performances.

On the court, the game passed so quickly with a lot of offensive and practically no defense. Therefore, after all the build up, the game went by to quickly for some fans.

But don't worry, there is a solution for those worried fans.

Check out the video above for the Phantom Camera, which captured every important ASG moment in slowest form of slow motion.

In this super slow mode you get to see the games best dunks in the most spectacular fashion.

See the video to prolong your ASG experience.

 

  

 

 

 

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