In the first quarter the game was played at a quick pace with both teams trading baskets.
The lead was changing hands on several occasions with Europe coming out on top (27-26).
All the same it was Lindsey Whalen from the Rest of the World who stole the limelight during the first period with 9 points by her unselfish play.
The two sides played open free-flowing basketball. So there was very little physical contact as the players continued their lively exchange with Europe maintaining the advantage (41-38) with 18 minutes played.
Europe then stepped up the accelerator and scored 11 unanswered points before the interval (50-38).
EuroLeague Women's all star game three-point shooting contest
The players did not go to the locker room at the interval but stayed on court to support the six players that took part in the three-point shooting contest.
Alana Beard, Céline Dumerc, Evanthia Maltsi and Tamika Whitmore were eliminated in the first round.
Hammon (left) then went on to beat Sheana Mosch in the final 7-5 to claim the title that was won last year by her team mate at CSKA Moscow Edwige Lawson-Wade.
Europe quickly got into their stride for the second half and increased their advantage (57-43).
With 8:40 left to play in the third period Fowles made her dunk.
The game was interrupted after that for a presentation ceremony. But once the game resumed the Rest of World took over and with Beard (right) on fire her side reduced the deficit to 2 points (63-65) with 90 seconds to play in the third period.
Jelena Milovanovic put an end to the Rest of the World fight back with a trey for Europe to go into the final period leading (68-63).
Europe quickly put an end to the game as a contest with a festival of three-pointers. Hence they opened up a 20-point lead (85-65).
However the two teams continued to put on a show as all the players with the exception of Cathy Melain got on the score sheet.
Géraldine Robert explained that she had enjoyed every second of this all star weekend. It was a great experience and the organisation was perfect.
Cathy Melain is of the opinion that the all star game should stay on the basketball calendar for the future. It is another means of attracting the general public and getting more people interested in women’s basketball.
Ann Wauters added that they could not do better than this in promoting women’s basketball. The organisation was perfect.
All the players had a good time and the interaction with the fans was great.
Céline Dumerc compared her experience with last year's all star game and concluded that Paris was much better. She explained that there was a lot more activaties during the match to get people involved. This was an excellent event to promote women's basketball.
For Candice Dupree just being part of the EuroLeague Women all star game was great. The fact that you can get some of the best players in the world together for a weekend like this is great for women playing basketball. On a personal note she enjoyed her time in Paris and hopes to come back soon.
Dominque Canty said that it was a fantastic experience and luck to have this event in Paris. The dunk of Sylvia was great and that these type of show will help women’s basketball.