By The Numbers: 2017 Jordan Brand Classic

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Don't worry, LeBron James. Your scoring record still stands. 

You're good, Amar'e Stoudemire. The top rebounding performance still belongs to you. 

Have no fear, Brandon Jennings. Nobody dropped more dimes than you did.

Although no player broke any records in the major statistical categories during the Jordan Brand Classic this year, there were still several noteworthy performances during the West Team's 124-116 victory over the East Team on Friday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Lonnie Walker and Deandre Ayton scored 19 points each to lead seven West players in double figures, while Brian Bowen dropped a game-high 26 points to lead the East.

Walker and Bowen were named co-MVPs of the event.

That wasn't it, though. Far from it. Here are the six numbers you need to know about the 2017 Jordan Brand Classic:

6: Brian Bowen (East) became the fifth boys' national player and sixth overall to score 26 points in the Jordan Brand Classic, going 10 for 13 from the floor. He did it with such beautiful hair, too.

5: Quade Green (East) became the fifth boys' national player to dish out at least 10 assists in the Jordan Brand Classic.

4: This was the fourth consecutive year both teams scored over 100 points in the Jordan Brand Classic.

3: Brandon McCoy (East) became the third boys' national player to grab 13 rebounds in the Jordan Brand Classic and ninth overall to at least hit that mark.

2: Mitchell Robinson (East) became just the second player to go perfect from the field at the Jordan Brand Classic. His 7-for-7 night with 15 points even tops Brandon Foust, who went 6 for 6 in the 2003 showcase.

1: PJ Washington (West) is atop the steals record list with six at the Jordan Brand Classic, joining Chris Paul, who set the original mark in 2003.

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