CHARLOTTE, N.C. — In Stephen Curry‘s homecoming,” Kevin Durant stole the show.

Durant scored a team-high 3-1 points for Team LeBron, winning All-Star MVP for the second time in his career and helping to lead his team of All-Stars back from a deficit at a win over Team Giannis.

Durant, who won the award in 2012, shot 10-for-15 from a floor (6-for-9 from 3) as Team LeBron establish a fresh All-Star album for all 3s at a match with 3-5.

He added 7 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 blocks as LeBron James improved to 2-0 as a captain as the All-Star Game shifted to some draft format last year.

Durant went 4-for-4 from the field (3-for-3 from 3) in the fourth quarter as Team LeBron hauled away.

“We just begun making shots… and we took away out that point,” Durant told TNT’s Ernie Johnson later accepting the MVP trophy to the court after the match.

Curry, who played for Team Giannis, scored 17 points about 6-for-23 shooting (4-for-17 from 3), adding two rebounds and seven assists.

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