LeBron James Reaches Another Big NBA Milestone With NBA All-Star Game

Lakers superstar LeBron James is having the time of his life. He hit yet another milestone. LeBron moved up to second on the all-time All-Star list. The king of basketball has 16 appearances, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar holds the No. 1 position with 18 appearances. Late Kobe Bryant is No. 3 with 15 appearances, and he shares the spot with Tim Duncan. Kevin Garnett and Dirk Nowitzki have 14 appearances each.

LeBron hits a milestone in almost every game he plays. He passed Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan on the NBA’s all-time list of free throws. He passed Bryant on the league’s all-time list hours before the Black Mamba was killed in a helicopter crash. His most recent milestone goes in honor of Bryant.

During the media availability day, LeBron didn’t talk about the Lakers legend. However, he did say that his Lakers are where they need to be. In other words, he will win games as a tribute for his dear friend. This milestone is definitely a way to celebrate Bryant and his impact on the game.

Another All-Star milestone for LeBron

Team LeBron challenged Team Giannis, and LeBron heated things up with his reverse dunk. This is a big night for every player. Everyone is trying to do something special for Bryant. Team Giannis broke the locker room hurdle with a “Mamba on three.” It was sweet and emotional at the same time. The Lakers superstar knows what he is doing, and we are looking forward to his next milestone.

LeBron has spent 17 seasons in the NBA, and he is 35. One thing stands for sure, he isn’t going anywhere. LeBron has so much to offer, and his game is as strong as ever. Age is just a number for the Lakers superstar, and the best has yet to come. LeBron has so many surprises for his fans, and he always strives to perfection.

He has a long way to go before winning a title with the Lakers. But, his team owns the top seed in the Western Conference, so they have a good chance to make the NBA Finals. Let’s see what happens tonight.

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