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The Knoxville Convention Center was filled with plenty of "oohs" and "ahhs" as stars produced highlight after highlight in the second annual BMaze Celebrity Basketball Game Saturday night.

The event, hosted by former Vol Bobby Maze, featured a game, complete with a three-point shootout and dunk contest.

A portion of the proceeds benefited the Pat Summitt Foundation, which aids in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease.

Former Vols football star, Eric Berry was in attendance, as well as VFLs, Scotty Hopson, Wayne Chism and Chris Lofton.

The list of notable celebrities ranged from NFL Pro Bowlers, like Navorro Bowman, to a couple of LBron James' Miami Heat teammates in Michael Beasley and Greg Oden.

Maze played at Tennessee from 2008-10 and helped guide the team to the Elite Eight in 2010 after transferring from Oklahoma.

The event marked the first time a basketball game was played in the Knoxville Convention Center.

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