All-Stars: Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and Lebron James

*Some might say they are attached at the hip because when you see LeBron, you see Wade and where you see Wade there’s Bosh. The NBA All-Stars recently competed in the South Florida All-Star Classic on Saturday in the name of charity.

The game took place at U.S. Century Bank Arena at Florida International University and was hosted by Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat.

Other participants included Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Kevin Durant, Rajon Rondo and other pros.

Although the guys were just trying to have fun, the NBA lockout seemed to be the main talk of the event.

“This is very unfortunate, this situation, to be in when you have two sides that at the end of the day have the same goal, just two different ways of getting there,” Wade said in an interview. “We both want to grow this game. We both want the NBA to be as good as it can. We want everyone to succeed. But we both have two different ways of getting there.

“We’re really not here to talk about the lockout,” Wade said. We really want to talk about basketball.”

Oh yeah, in case you’re wondering who won the game, Team Wade defeatecd Team LeBron 141-140. Get the full story at Slam Online.

Dwyane Wade guards LeBron James in the 2011 South Florida All-Star Classic game