NBA All-Star Celebrity Game 2014 results: Arne Duncan dominates as East tops West, 60-56

The celebrity game doesn't usually have much talent, but Arne Duncan is a blessing from the Basketball Heavens.

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Arne Duncan, the U.S. Secretary of Education, added to his All-Star legend with perhaps the best performance in celebrity game history, leading the East past the West, 60-56. Kevin Hart was voted the MVP by the fans, but gave the award to Duncan after the game.

Duncan was on track for a triple-double by halftime and finished the game with a Celebrity All-Star record-high 20 points, 11 rebounds and six assists. HE ALSO THREW THIS PASS WHICH IS INHUMAN.

Some of the other celebs were relaxed: Hart danced around and yelled a lot,  Nick Cannon trash talked Hart and Snoop Dogg threw no-look passes and kind of just tossed the ball in the air at the rim. Bruce Bowen, the only former NBA player in the contest, bodied Hart and then missed this layup.

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Others played actual basketball: Michael B. Jordan made actual basketball moves, Romeo Miller played really hard, Jesse Williams followed up missed shots and the WNBA participants scored anytime they wanted.

The worst shot of the night goes to Mike Golic, one half of ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike, who performed what might have been the worst shot in the history of basketball.

All-Star Weekend is here, you guys.

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