In his second career All-Star Game, Kings center DeMarcus Cousins scored 11 points as the West beat the East Sunday night.
The big man made all five shots hit took, including one 3-pointer.
Cousins also pulled down four rebounds and dished out one assist.
Russell Westbrook scored 31 points to lead the Western Conference.
Kobe Bryant scored 10 points on 4-for-11 shooting while playing in his 18th and final All-Star game. Chris Paul had 14 points and 16 assists for the West. Bryant left the game to a standing ovation with 1:06 to play.
Indiana Pacers forward Paul George led all scorers with 41 points for the East, one off Wilt Chamberlain's single-game record set in 1962.
LeBron James finished with 13 points, just enough to move ahead of Bryant for most ever in the All-Star Game. He has 291, while Bryant, who is retiring after this season, leaves with 290.
Bryant checked out with 1:06 left to cheers and hugs from his fellow All-Stars who now put up points in bunches the way Bryant did for so long.
The previous high for points in a game was 163, which had been done twice previously. The West surpassed that with about eight minutes to play in the game.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.