James Hosts Dunk Contest of His Own During NBA All-Star Game »

Feb 20, 2017 at 8:56 am | lebron-jamesnba-basketball

LeBron James had himself quite the first half of basketball for the Eastern Conference in the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday night. The Cavs superstar went off for 20 points on 15 shots in the opening two quarters and had a few ridiculous dunks and even got a near half-court shot to drop.

The King, shooting his best percentage from behind the 3-point line since the 2012-13 season at 38.9 percent, got his Steph Curry on, calmly pulling up and sinking a 40-foot jumper.

Too bad he only played 3 minutes in the second half because the East squad was definitely missing some flair without him on the floor. Once again he didn’t appear at all in the fourth quarter.

As for the shoes, James rocked the Black History Month edition of the Nike LeBron 14. There was no special All-Star edition even though he pulled out the Red Carpet look on Saturday practice.

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  • MOrr

    worst all star in the all NBA history. and each year is getting worse. I know fun, but a zero competition, Lebron did 3-4 fun action, and in the second half didn’t even stepped on the floor, which is for me a sign that they should end up with an all-star for a year maybe more.

  • Arturo Jimenez

    agree. All the weekend has been horible. i remember 15-20 years ago, the all-star was even better than the playoff finals. Now is horrible.

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