13 Year Old Girl Embarrasses Kevin Heart at NBA Celebrity All-Stars Game

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NBA All-Star Celebrity GameBy Natasha Poposka

Kevin Hart felt uncomfortably ashamed because he couldn’t keep up with 13-year-old baseball player Mo’ne Davis at the NBA Celebrity All-Stars Game located at Madison Square Garden in New York. Despite her young age, this powerful girl received tons of praise at the Little League World Series last year with some remarkable skills and was the first girl who pitched a shutout.

Mo’ne passed right in front of Hart and performed an easy lay-up before the 35-year-old comedian could respond. He tried not to look surprised and often laughed at her girl before the schooling she laid out on him. As he was driving down the lane and trying to perform his own lay-up as a defense, the ball rolled out and his possession.
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Mo’ne admitted that she was a little surprised too because she didn’t expect that she was going to play that good.

“That was pretty cool. I work on it, but usually don’t do it. It was the right time to do it,” she said.

Mo’ne, who comes from Pennsylvania like Hart, was the first Little League baseball player to land a Sports Illustrated cover. Her skills are not in her strength, but rather, in the precise technique of her pitching. Comedian Sarah Silverman and actor Anthony Anderson were her biggest supports during the game, as they cheered and whistled to lend Mo’ne encouragement.

The end of the game resulted in a victory for Mo’ne’s West team over the Wedding Ringer stars’ East squad, but the star of the night proved to be Hart because he received MVP of the game. The other players played a joke on him when Anderson gripped his neck and tried to take Hart’s reward by force calling it “a Kanye moment.”
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Hart accepted the joke and held the golden prize up in his hands and said, “It’s Black History Month, let this happen.”

Hart showed respect to ESPN anchor Stuart Scott who recently passed away and announced his retirement from the basketball career with the words: “It’s an emotional moment; I think I’m going to go out on top. I’m announcing my retirement from the celebrity basketball game as a four time MVP.”
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Other well-known celebrities that participated in the game were: Ansel Elgort, Rappaport, Chadwick Boseman, Common and Jesse Williams.