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2013 McDonald's All-American Game finals score and stats: Gordon leads the West to 110-99 win

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Arizona commit Aaron Gordon led his West team to victory and snagged the game's MVP award.

Jonathan Daniel

Next year's college basketball stars were on display Wednesday night in Chicago, with the West winning the annual McDonald's All-American Game, 110-99, over the East.

Arizona commit Aaron Gordon led the West with 24 points, eight rebounds and nine dunks en route to winning the game's Most Valuable Player award.

The game also featured six players who have agreed to play for Kentucky next season, including the twins Aaron and Andrew Harrison, both playing for the West. They each proved they could score throughout the night, and Aaron Harrison also showed off his ability to distribute the basketball with five assists.

The West led for most of the night and built a huge lead shortly after halftime, but an 18-5 run from the East brought them within four points with under five minutes to play. But their run was stopped, not surprisingly, by back-to-back dunks form Aaron Harrison and Gordon.

Dakari Johnson and Julius Randle, who are also going to Kentucky, both found their way into double figures. Johnson had 12 points and Randle had 11.

The most coveted uncommitted player, Andrew Wiggins, led the East with 19 points. He is considering Florida State and, of course, Kentucky.

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