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In a boring All-Star game, LeBron stands with a joke he tells to Doncic

The LA Lakers superstar stole the NBA All-Star by telling a joke in what became another boring game that the East won

By James Brown

Luka Doncic and LeBron James
Luka Doncic and LeBron James
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For several years, the NBA All-Star game has lost its competitiveness and tonight was no exception as the players aren't giving their all with a few exceptions like the East guard Damian Lillard who looked impressive from deep.

LeBron James only played in the first half of the game due to a knee injury he's trying to recover from, but still got a way to steal the night from the bench and that was by telling a joke.

LeBron James had a record 20 NBA All-Star appearances and he said to Nikola Jokic and Luka Doncic: "It was me, Wilt Chamberlain, Bob Cousy, Dr. J. About 1968, my first All-Star."

James is the oldest NBA active player and continues to dominate the league, break records, and alongside the LA Lakers is pursuing winning another NBA championship title.

LeBron James is recovering from an ankle injury

"Trying to get my ankle as strong and as back to where I feel confident that I can finish off this last third of the season," James said. "I won't be playing the entire game tonight, for sure. I can get out there and run around with the young guys for a little bit and then shut it down at some point to give my body, and my ankle more importantly, another opportunity to rest."

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