Tony Parker scored four points in a limited role at the NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans and Spurs forward Marco Belinelli took home the 3-point crown over the weekend. 

Parker added a pair of rebounds and an assist in 11 minutes of action in what turned out to be the highest scoring All-Star Game in NBA history.

More important for the Spurs, Parker did not appear to re-aggravate a back injury that forced him to miss two games during the first part of the Rodeo road trip.

Belinelli won the 3-point contest during Saturday night's All-Star festivities. Belinelli needed to win a tiebreaker round in the final to beat Bradley Beal.

The Washington All-Star had made his final six shots, including two "money balls" worth two points each, to tie Belinelli's initial final-round score of 19.

Belinelli then racked up an event-high score of 24 for the win. There were four shooters from each conference.

Belinelli had a score of 19 to win the West, beating Damian Lillard's 18. Beal had a score of 21 to win the East, easily eclipsing defending champ Kyrie Irving's total of 16.