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(TSX / STATS) -- The future of the WNBA looks to be in good hands if Saturday's All-Star Game is any indication.
On display were future Hall of Famers and a handful of rock-solid veterans with plenty of All-Star experience. But youth dominated the two All-Star rosters and, while the more All-Star experienced West waltzed to a 130-121 win, the East team acquitted itself with flying colors.
Minnesota's Maya Moore scored 23 points and Los Angeles' Nneka Ogwumike, the reigning league MVP, added 22 to lead the West to the win at KeyArena in Seattle.