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Celebs show their sporting passions

February 20, 2006
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Basketball's annual All-Star gala was a stellar event in every way as Hollywood's most enthusiastic aficionados mingled courtside with music royalty at the four-day event in Texas.

San Antonio Spurs player Tony Parker had his lucky charm, diminutive beauty Eva Longoria, on hand watching as he went for gold in the Shooting Stars contest. As well as cheering on her sweetheart, the ravishing Housewife would have found time to chat with good pal Sean "Diddy" Combs.

Music's mogul-with-the-mostest was looking less bling than usual, in a white tracksuit. But the casual look was perfect for the job in hand, which was judging the slam dunk competition. Always on top of his game, Diddy was well-placed to decide which of the acrobatic attempts at scoring he would reward with a ten.

With record and clothing empires to run, Diddy couldn't focus exclusively on the sporting proceedings, however, and at one point whipped out his mobile phone to take a call.

Other famous names taking in the fun included Queen Latifah - who was called upon to coach a celebrity squad - and Julianne Moore. The flame-haired actress posed happily with her two leading men, husband Bart Freundlich and eight-year-old son Cal.

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Eva Longoria turned out at the All-Star basketball event to cheer on beau Tony Parker, who asked the beauty out when she accompanied her dad to a gamey
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Fans Julianne and husband Bart arrived with their eight-year-old son Cal for the weekend of sporting excellence

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