LeBron James Reign Supreme in 2018 All-Star Game

NBA – Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James was named 2018 All-Star Game MVP after leading his team, Team LeBron in a 148 – 145 win over Team Stephen in a down to the wire finish in a very exciting and rejuvenate All-Star Game at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California just last February 18.

LeBron James, who seems rejuvenated in Cleveland Cavaliers last 4 – game winning streak shows a huge and clutch basketball game during the 2018 All-Star Game dropping game high 29 points with 10 rebounds and 8 assist, just fall short of 2 assist shy of a triple double.

As the Team Captain of Team LeBron he set up a tempo that his fellow teammates followed and took the game seriously, despite it’s just an exhibition game, but nonetheless it rejuvenated the game in which for the last several years the All-Star Game has been criticized for no defense and motivation for the players to play the game. Overall the game went successful with the new format that brings back excitement for the game.

James, who is responsible for the late game run in the 4th quarter tied the game with his clutch 3’s, clutch lay-up that gives the lead and clutch assist to Russell Westbrook that sealed the game and eventually leads for James 3rd All-Star MVP where he last won in 2008 over 10 years ago.

James at age 33 is the oldest All-Star participants in this year 2018 All-Star Game and marked his 14th consecutive All-Star Game in 15th Season, he also tied the 2nd most All-Star MVP Award with 3 awards along with retired players Shaquille O’Neal, Oscar Robertson and the GOAT Michael Jordan and currently holds the record in career points scored in All-Star Game with 343 points with an average of 24.5 points per All-Star Game.

James impressive All-Star Game despite his age and already in 15th season shows that he is not done yet and still the best player in the NBA today.