Watch Mo'ne Davis Steal The Show At NBA All-Star Celebrity Game

She's a star on the field and on the court.

Mo'ne Davis, the most awesome Little Leaguer, got a chance to show off her basketball skills during Friday night's celebrity game at Madison Square Garden, the kick-off to NBA All-Star weekend.

The Philadelphia teen slid right past actor Kevin Hart and scored a layup. In technical terms, NBA called it a "wicked spin move."

"That was pretty cool," Davis later told ESPN of the dazzling move. "I work on it, but usually don't do it. It was the right time to do it."

Nick Cannon, Common and Sarah Silverman, among celebs, also played.

"It was a lot of fun; a lot of people never saw me play basketball," Davis told ESPN. "To play in the celebrity all-star game was pretty cool."

But, really, we already knew she was awesome. Davis, 13, became the first girl to pitch a shutout in Little League World Series history last summer. She was also one of two girls who made it to the series.

Only in eighth grade, Davis already plays basketball for her high school's varsity team, ESPN noted. BOOM.

Take a look at her impressive performance last night:

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