Team Giannis beats Team LeBron in the NBA All-Star Game. Jason Tatum broke the scoring record to win

LeBron James’ team has won its first five games since 2018, when the NBA began cap­tain­ing top-tier play­ers in each con­fer­ence and pick­ing teams with playstyles.

Team Gian­nis gave Team LeBron their best on Sun­day as they left Salt Lake City with a 184–175 victory.

Team Gian­nis are 1–2 against Team LeBron. “I’m glad we got the win, and I got one against LeBron,” Ante­tok­oun­m­po said.

Gian’s team holds a 158–141 lead after three quar­ters, accord­ing to the NBA, and the tar­get score is “the lead team’s total score after the first three quar­ters plus 24,” result­ing in a 182.

Using the goal, Port­land’s Dami­an Lil­lard closed out the game with a 3‑point basket.

Gian­nis’ team, which scored 29 points, includ­ing Boston’s Jason Tatum (10), Cleve­land’s Dono­van Mitchell (8) and Lil­lard (8), was a three-pointer.

Tatum scored an All-Star record 55 points, includ­ing 27 in the third quar­ter, to take home the award. Tatum scored 22-of-31 from the field and 10-of-18 from 3‑point range. He also record­ed 10 rebounds, 6 assists, blocks and steals.

This is the first time that Tatum, a huge fan of Kobe Bryant, has won the award.

“It’s very spe­cial to me,” Tatum said. “My first All-Star Game was in Chica­go 2020 when I renamed MVP to him. I remem­ber telling myself that day he had to get one before it was over. There is.”

“It’s an incred­i­ble day to wear my sig­na­ture shoes, break records, and take home this award from some­one I admired.”

Kobe Bryant His All-Star MVP award tro­phy is engraved with Bryan­t’s jer­sey, MVP, All-Star MVP, Cham­pi­onship, and Finals MVP numbers.

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