Team LeBron or Team Durant? How the NBA All-Star captains drafted their rosters


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The 2021 NBA All-Star Game will be held Sunday, March 7, in Atlanta. But because of COVID-19, a weekend’s worth of events will be compressed into a single night — the skills challenge and 3-point contest will take place pregame, while the dunk contest will act as the halftime show.

All-Star voting began on Jan. 28, and All-Star starters — determined through fan voting (which accounts for 50% of the vote), media voting (25%) and player voting (25%) — were announced Jan. 18 on TNT. The reserves — which are voted on by the NBA’s coaches — were announced Tuesday on TNT.

After its thrilling debut in last season’s All-Star Game in Chicago, the “Elam Ending” will return. So will captains, with the Brooklyn NetsKevin Durant and Los Angeles LakersLeBron James — the top fan vote-getters in their respective conferences — making their selections for the showdown at State Farm Arena.

The NBA All-Star Game draft is underway. Here is everything you need to know, including the pick-by-pick breakdown.

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LeBron and KD are assembling their superstar rosters. Here’s the pick-by-pick breakdown:

Team LeBron

Team Durant

Who’s still available?

Starter pool:

Reserve pool:

All-Star event rosters

Dunk contest

3-point contest

Skills contest

With the dunk contest set for halftime of Sunday’s All-Star Game this season, we asked our group of NBA insiders to vote on the most iconic dunker for each franchise. Let the debate begin.

Unfortunately, there are only 24 All-Star spots. The Undefeated presents its annual squad of deserving players who didn’t make the cut.

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