The NBA All-Star is scheduled to be hosted at Atlanta. The votes are up for the All-Star team roster. Undoubtedly it is LeBron James who is leading the Western Conference in votes. However, LeBron James reacted rather gloomily on being asked about the All-Star game. Now multiple NBA stars have backed up LeBron in his statement.
While the players were getting ready for the All-Star this season, LeBron James seemed to care less about the All-Star game. On being confronted on the same, he reacted bleak and said he was not sure. Eminent players like Giannis Antetokounmpo and James Harden have now come in agreement to his statement. The Milwaukee Bucks’ star called James as the “Big Dog”. Bron is the currently the best player in the league. And Giannis said, ““We all gotta follow the Big Dog (LeBron), man. The Big Dog says he has zero excitement, zero energy for the All-Star Game. I’m the same way. … I can’t worry about the All-Star Game. I want to see my family.”
James Harden echoes Giannis’ statement on All Star Game
Giannis has captained alongside LeBron James while competing against each other in the All-Star game. However, he is still confidently backing Bron. Similarly, James Harden, the Brooklyn Nets recent signing seems to agree with LeBron James as well. Harden answered the All-Star uncertainties and said, “I feel the same way as some of the other players. We’re trying to calm a virus down, and we’re putting on an event. I know what the reasoning is for it, but I feel, especially with a condensed schedule, it feels like everything was forced upon players. It’s already draining. We’re playing a lot of games in a week, and I feel like that was a week for us to relax, be with our families, and take a step back away from basketball.”
Many players have come out in support of LeBron James. The gams scheduled for march 7 may see altercation if the authorities preside considering the statements. The NBA knows player’s health are the major concern. Any such altercation will be out in a week’s times as Atlanta gets decorated.