Little League phenom Mo'ne Davis was so impressive on a basketball court she momentarily silenced trash-talking “Wedding Ringer” star
Playing in the
"That was pretty cool," Davis said. "I work on it, but usually don't do it. It was the right time to do it."
Hart, who like Davis is from Philadelphia, said, "No excuses," as he returned to the huddle shortly after her basket.
Davis, a pitcher, shot to fame as the first girl to win a Little League World Series game. Only in eighth grade, Davis already plays basketball for the high school varsity team.
"It was a lot of fun, a lot of people never saw me play basketball," she said. "To play in the celebrity All-Star game was pretty cool."
The Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year finished the All-Star Game with four points, helping the West team beat the East, 59-51. Hart had 15 points.
"She was really impressive out there," said WNBA star Skylar Diggins. "She definitely held her own."
Davis was a little star struck, too. She made sure to take a photo with Diggins after the game before she left.
The West team was coached by
The game also included actors Anthony Anderson, Common, Nick Cannon, Sarah Silverman,
Bollywood star Abhishek Bachchan also played as did singer Win Butler of Arcade Fire.
NBA Hall of Famer and New York native Chris Mullin played as did former New York Knicks star Allan Houston. Current WNBA players Diggins,
She led all scorers with 17 points.
"This was awesome," Schimmel said. "Really had a great time playing here in this."
Pera and Diggins finished with 13 points each to lead the West.