Murray had one of the best first halves of anyone on Team Durant, scoring 13 points while dishing some fancy assists.
As you'd expect given his usual playing style, Murray was one of the few guys playing defense from the jump, registering the only block for Team Durant in the game.
As he promised to do before the game, though, he also brought out some tricks on the offensive end to dazzle the Cleveland crowd.
While Stephen Curry was in the midst of going absolutely berserk from beyond the arc, Dejounte pulled a page out of Tracy McGrady's book in the third quarter.
Murray ended the night with 17 points, five assists, and five rebounds, including a team-high four offensive rebounds.
It couldn't have been a better representation of Spurs basketball for Murray, who made it a point that he was representing the whole organization throughout the weekend.
'I didn't just make the All-Star Game," said Murray. "The San Antonio Spurs made the All-Star Game."