LeBron James and Kevin Durant still top picks for All-Star Game



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LeBron James and Kevin Durant still top picks for All-Star Game

After the second round of voting for the All-Star Game, LeBron James and Kevin Durant are still the most voted in the Western and Eastern Conferences, but there are many surprises. Names that are missing and above all some new or unexpected talents on the list, with the appearance in the race to the East in search of a place in the race of the stars.

Doncic and LeBron's words

Luka Doncic, one of the possible suspects should continue on the path traveled, expressed on LeBron: "It's always a possibility, but it will be very difficult. It takes a guy who has played 20 years in the NBA, in that physical form.

Aside from his basketball skills, it's very difficult to keep his physique at a high level over time. Seeing LeBron in this condition It's just amazing. It's his 20th season. What he does he scores 30 or 40 points almost every night, it's just amazing.

We rarely see something like that in the sports world. Me? Absolutely not, because I won't play that long." LeBron said: "I knew I was ready. I knew I belonged to the best league in the world, but I didn't know what to expect.

I was very nervous, I didn't know how I was going to score my first basket. It was a difficult basket actually, but I was so I didn't want to fail or disappoint people. Let's just say I know how to score. When I say I'm not a scorer it's because it's never been something I base the way I play on but it's debatable.

Just think about how long it's been left this record or Kareem himself able to do something like that. But it won't be me, I never have. I want to win. I don't like setting records if I lose… like we are doing now being a team under .500 (with more losses than wins).

We've been playing some good basketball lately, but we want and want to win at the highest level. Setting or breaking records while losing has never been in my DNA."