TORONTO – Jimmer Fredette lit up the scoreboard as the East D-League All-Stars defeated the Western Conference 128-124 in front of 5,543 fans in attendance at Ricoh Coliseum.
Leading the way for the West was Vander Blue with 17 points off the bench. Jeff Ayres and Ricky Ledo also added 13 points, while Austin Spurs center Cady Lalanne put up 10 points and four rebounds in 12 minutes of action.
For the East, Jimmer Fredette scored a D-League All-Star record 35 points, while stuffing the stat sheet with eight assists, six rebounds and one steal en route to being named MVP of the game. Also for the East, Jarnell Stokes scored 17 points, with Sean Kilpatrick and Scott Suggs contributing 13 points a piece.
All players played and scored for both All-Star teams.
All-Star Weekend Notes:
- Austin Spurs guard Keifer Sykes did not disappoint in the D-League All-Star dunk contest, scoring 47 points on his first dunk (which you can catch below). Sykes would be eliminated after missing his second dunk attempt off the back of the rim, leading Raptors 905 guard John Jordan to win the championship after two perfect dunk scores.
- 30-year-old Andre Ingram of the Los Angeles D-Fenders won the D-League 3-Point shootout, easily putting up 26 and 27 in his two rounds and beating out Jimmer Fredette. Ingram is the D-League’s all-time three-point leader, having knocked down 546 shots from beyond the arch in eights seasons. He was also the 2010 3-Point shootout champion.