Miami Heat superstar LeBron James played at the Palestra Sunday night, drawing a boisterous crowd that extended to the corners of the legendary gym.
Team Philly’s Hakim Warrick throws down a thunderous dunk.
Phoenix Suns guard Hakim Warrick goes in for a slam dunk. The event was conceived by Warrick, who wanted to prove to his college teammate Carmelo Anthony that his hometown had stronger basketball.
Hakim Warrick enjoys a little hang time as the crowd stands in awe.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James put up an impressive line of 43 points and 23 rebounds, but his stacked Team Melo squad was outplayed at the Palestra.
Philadelphia 76ers guard Lou Williams torched Team Melo in the second half, leading a run that sealed the win for Philly.
Carmelo Anthony goes up for a lay in during warmups as Lebron James looks on. The players wore shirts that read “Basketball never stops” in reference to the ongoing NBA lockout.
Donte Green helps a youngster get some air time before the game.
The players wore shirts that read “Basketball never stops,” a reference to the ongoing NBA lockout.
Former NBA Rookie of the Year Tyreke Evans, a Chester, Pa., native goes in for a layup.
Despite the rivalry and a close game, both teams kept it friendly at the charity event.
With the heat and humidity in the Palestra rising, the floor crew was kept busy keeping the paint dry.
Penn coach Jerome Allen was integral in bringing the event to the Palestra.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson (fourth from right) sat courtside for part of the game.
Miami Heat star LeBron James was greeted with boos virtually every time he touched the ball. He still led all scorers on the night.
The Palestra was filled to capacity with an announced attendance of 8,722.
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