There was no need for a shot clock and there was no need for a defensive player of the game award.
Tampa Prep hosted the Tampa Bay Basketball Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game on Saturday and defense took a rest as the West beat the East, 108-85.
Malcolm Johnson (Sickles High) was named MVP for the West and Vontrey Hill (Armwood) won it for the East.
Greg Robinson (Armwood) won the 3-point shooting contest, going 12-for-15 in the final, and Devin Harris (Jesuit) rocked the house in the slam dunk contest, throwing a ball against the wall behind the basket, and slamming it down on his first try.
It was a night to have fun after a grueling regular season and, for the four Jesuit players who represented the West, a chance to wind down after winning the state championship last weekend.
"All of these kids came from successful programs,'' said Renaldo Garcia, head coach for Sickles who co-coached the West team. "We knew everyone wanted to run and everyone wanted to have fun. It's easy to coach a team like this.''
The West jumped to a quick lead and led 50-34 at the half and it was just a matter of whether both teams would hit the 100-point mark.
Johnson led the West with 22 points, and Harris added 18. Dan Harris (Sickles), Travis Johnson (Jesuit) and Reginald Hart (Chamberlain) each had 14.
Ryan Cummings (Tampa Bay Tech) and Devin Diggs (Strawberry Crest) each had 14 to pace the East, and Hill had 14.