MVP Beasley scores record 63 points to lead North to win CBA All-Star game

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Former NBA player Michael Beasley had his second MVP in two years, set the new record by scoring 63 points in CBA All-Star game to lead the North edge the South 172-145.

In the defence-free match tonight, the Former Miami Heat forward had 45 points already after the third quarter. As the other team is led by home favorite Yi Jianlian, Beasley still managed to had his second All-Star MVP in a row by refreshing the 59-point record set by himself in last year's match. His triple-double performance was also impressive with 19 rebounds and 13 assists.

"My teammate helped me a lot on the court," said Beasley. "I really enjoyed the game tonight."

Both teams shone in attacking the rim, the home audiences cheered for Yi Jianlian's alley-oops assisted by Will Bynum, his teammate in Guangdong. The six-feet-tall point guard also finished an alley-oop himself with the help of the floor. He had 19 points and 14 assists while Willie Warren topping the South with 34 points. Yi contributed 22 points.

Apart from Beasley, Guo Ailun led the North with 28 points and 8 assists with some unusual performance over the rim in the late fourth quarter.

Guo's national teammate Zhao Tailong had 14 in an added round of three point shooting contest to win the champion. Zhou Zhandong beat Fangshuo in technics challenge final.

With a cross-leg dunk to salute Vince Cater, Wang Tong from Shanghai rocked the stadium to become the dunk contest champion. Endit

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