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Quavo Is Your 2018 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game MVP

The rapper put up 19 points and one overzealous block while Justin Bieber and Arcade Fire's Win Butler had quiet nights in Los Angeles.

Alex Robert Ross

Migos member and respected athlete Quavo was only added to last night's NBA Celebrity All-Star Game roster at the 11th hour, but that didn't stop him walking away with the evening's Most Valuable Player Award. The 26-year-old put up 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting, adding five rebounds and three assists, as his Team Clippers defeated Team Lakers, 75-66, in Los Angeles. He also blocked this attempt from NBA analyst and former D1 player Rachel DeMita so hard that she was sent crashing to the floor:

DeMita, who had 17 points of her own in just 22 minutes for Team Lakers, seemed somehow fine after the game:

Arcade Fire lead singer and known basketball enthusiast Win Butler—a former Celebrity All-Star Game MVP himself—had a fairly quiet night on Team Clippers with only seven points in 29 minutes. He pulled down 10 boards, but the guy is 6-foot-4, so he's got an unfair advantage there. Justin Bieber put up four points and two rebounds in 13 minutes off the bench for Team Lakers, and he ought to be ashamed.

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This article originally appeared on Noisey US.