During the first half of the 2015 NBA All-Star Game, we told you all about how well Russell Westbrook was playing. He ended up scoring an All-Star Game-record 27 points in the first frame and was just as impressive in the second half, finishing with 41 points and five assists in about 25 minutes. And while he came up one point shy of tying Wilt Chamberlain's All-Star Game record of 42 points in a game, he still managed to lead the Western Conference to a 163-158 win over the Eastern Conference and walked away with the game's MVP award for his efforts.

He also walked away with a headache after hitting his head on the backboard on this amazing alley-oop in the third quarter:

But…meh. We're guessing it was well worth it. If only he could have thrown down one more to make it a truly historic night.

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