Chris Bosh, of the Miami Heat (1) and WNBA Chicago Sky player Elena Delle Donne walk the court during the skills competition at the NBA All Star basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014, in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

Chris Bosh may be trying to retire the trophy in the NBA’s Shooting Stars event.

The Miami Heat All-Star swished a mid-court shot just 31.4 seconds into the clock to lead his Team Bosh from the Eastern Conference to victory over Kevin Durant’s Team Durant from the Western Conference.

Team Bosh also included NBA legend Dominique Wilkins (Atlanta Hawks) and WNBA star Swin Cash (Chicago Sky). It was their second straight win in the event.

Team Durant, which included Durant from the Oklahoma City Thunder, NBA and Louisiana Tech legend Karl Malone (Utah Jazz) and the WNBA’s Skylar Diggins (Tulsa Shock) finished in a time of 43.6 seconds.

In the Shooting Stars event, teams had to make a mid-range jump shot, a top of the key jumper and a mid-court shot in the fastest time possible.

The event kicked of All-Star Saturday night at the New Orleans Pelicans’ Smoothie King Center.