LeBron, Abdul-Jabbar record approaching…
LeBron James (38, LA Lakers) and Kevin Durant (34, Brooklyn Nets) were ranked first in each conference in the first round of All-Star voting.
The NBA announced the results of the first round of fan voting for the 2023 All-Star Game on the morning of the 6th 토토사이트. Lebron and Durant ranked first and second respectively. If LeBron, a veteran of the All-Star Game, is selected as an All-Star again this time, he will be tied for the most All-Stars ever (Karim Abdul-Jabbar 19 times).
LeBron received the most votes in East and West combined, receiving 3,168,964 votes. Durant finished behind LeBron with 3,118,545 votes. The two far surpassed the record of Stephen Curry, who ranked first in the first round of last year’s All-Star voting. (2,584,623 votes)
In the Western Conference, Stephen Curry (2,715,520 votes), Luka Doncic (2,388,502 votes), Nikola Jokic (2,237,768 votes) and Anthony Davis (2,063,325 votes) followed LeBron. I put my name on it.
In the Eastern Conference, Giannis Antetokounmpo (2,998,327 votes), Joel Embiid (2,226,712 votes), Jayson Tatum (2,178,330 votes), and Kyrie Irving (2,071,715 votes) split the rankings after Durant. had However, Tatum may not make the All-Star Game roster if the results continue.
At the All-Star Game, fans account for 50% of the votes that determine the starting roster. Here, NBA players and media panels each share 25%. And the second tally result will come out on the 13th.
Meanwhile, the 2023 All-Star Game will be held at Vivint Arena, Utah’s home stadium, on February 19 (local time).