LeBron James NBA All-Star record: how did he fare in this special fixture over the years?

LeBron James, the ever-green superstar of the game has reached yet another career milestone and is showing no sign of slowing down. The Lakers icon is all set for his NBA All-Star weekend and for the accolades that may follow his illustrious path.

With a 50-25-25 voting percentage split among the fans, media, and players, it would be unwise to say that only LeBron James’ immeasurable fame has played a part in his selection. Even at the age of 39 the no.24 is ready to hustle with the top dogs and is ready for some more.

LeBron James NBA All-Star win-loss record

To no one’s surprise, LeBron James has been selected as an NBA All-Star starter leading the Western Conference. As the first player to be selected in NBA All-Star history for the 20th time, he has broken the record of the Lakers legend, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (19 appearances).

In those previous 19 appearances, LBJ has a win-loss record of 10-9. His first-ever selection was in 2005, and since then, he has been relentless. The 4-time NBA Champion has a total of 426 points with a total of 521 minutes played, where he attempted 345 field goals and successfully converted 178 of them.

Despite almost half of the matches being lost, LeBron has averaged 22.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 5.8 assists in the 19 consecutive matches he played in the NBA All-Star. The future Hall of Famer is not only the highest appearance maker but also holds the record for the most points in this fixture’s 73-year history.

How many NBA All-Star MVP awards does LeBron James have?

The Lakers forward was the youngest player to win the MVP award at the age of 21 years in 2006. In this second All-Star appearance for then-Cavs forward, he scored 29 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists. He won his second award two years later in 2008. That year he notched up 27 points, 8 rebounds and 9 assists. His 3rd NBA All-Star MVP awards came in 2018 and that has equalled him with Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal and Oscar Robertson in the all-time NBA All-Star MVP standings. Come February 18th, if LeBron can win the NBA All-Star MVP award, he will equal another Lakers legend, Kobe Bryant and 2-time NBA MVP Bob Pettit.

The Bucks power forward, Giannis Antetokounmpo will lead the Eastern Conference team and the Western Conference team will be led by the eldest player in the contest, the 39-year-old, LeBron James.


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