The two superstars did not go out of their way to acknowledge each other, but when it was time to play ball, the two best players on the planet made it perfectly clear they would be guarding each other. It might not have been personal, but it certainly felt serious. Over the next 40 minutes, the pair exchanged a series of backboard-rattling dunks, 3-pointers and even the occasional glare. It wasn't always great basketball, but it was often great theater. Durant scored 59 points to James' 38, but James team, the Melo League All-Stars, held on for a 149-141 victory over Durant's Goodman League All-Stars.