It was more of an offensive exhibition than it was an actual game, but there were still plenty of enjoyable moments to take away from the 2017 NBA All-Star Game.

Early, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook eased tensions when the former threw a lob to the latter, prompting a sarcastic celebration from the Western Conference bench during a timeout. This probably doesn't mark the end of the feud between the former teammates, but it was the first step in possibly mending fences.

Later on, it was all about Westbrook and hometown hero Anthony Davis' assault on the record book. Each eyed Wilt Chamberlain's 55-year old record of 42 points in the All-Star Game, but it was Davis who eventually shattered the mark. He had 18 dunks en route to a 52-point night, grabbing MVP honors in the West's 192-182 victory.

Davis won MVP in a Black History Month-themed Nike Air Max Audacity PE. He was one several Nike athletes who wore "BHM" sneakers instead of the usual All-Star make-ups. See what the rest of the game's participants wore in this special edition of #SoleWatch.