In a night of high-flying dunks and not much defense, the West emerged 110-99 winners over the East in the annual McDonald's All American Game on Wednesday in Chicago.
Chicago native Jabari Parker, who will play for Duke next season, had 10 points and eight rebounds to help the West to victory.
Arizona commit Aaron Gordon led all scorers with 24 points on his way to being named the game's MVP. He also had eight rebounds and nine dunks.
Six players in the game 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.