2015 All-Star Game James even surpassed Jabal Jordan’s total score to catch up with Kobe

    2015 All-Star Game James even surpassed Jabal Jordan’s total score to catch up with Kobe
    On February 16, Beijing time, the 2015 NBA All-Star game started. LeBron James scored 22 points in the first half, surpassing Karim Abdul-Jabbar and Michael Jordan continuously toRanked second in the NBA All-Star history, only Kobe Bryant is in front of him.Before James James entered the game, the career All-Star had a total score of 248 points, surpassing Jabal (251 points) only took a little time to start.When James scored a personal 263 points in the second quarter, he surpassed Jordan (262 points).  At the end of the first half, James made 8 of 12 shots, scoring 22 points, and the All-Star total bloom reached 270 points.The player with the most drama in NBA history is Kobe Bryant, who maintains a record of 280 points.  The NBA All-Star Game record held by Wilt Chamberlain was 42 points.West Force’s Russell Westbrook scored 27 points in the first half.(Genesis)

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