Steph Curry Leads Team LeBron to All-Star Victory, Wins MVP

NBA All-Star 2022 has officially come to an end. During an exciting weekend in Cleveland that featured the league’s biggest stars and rising talent, the break was capped off by the 71st All-Star Game. Rather than the Western Conference battling the Eastern Conference like the event has been in the past, the All-Star Game was playground-style, with LeBron James and Kevin Durant getting the chance to be captains pick teams after earning the most fan votes for the event itself.

In what was an entertaining night, Team LeBron defeated Team Durant by a final score of 163-160.

The Kobe Bryant All-Star Game MVP for the 2022 matchup was Stephen Curry, who finished with a line of 50 points while knocking down 16 shots from beyond the arc. He scored nearly a third of his team’s points in the contest. Curry broke the record for most made 3-pointers in an All-Star game by a wide margin..

Now, players will get a few more days off before the regular season resumes. With just seven weeks of action remaining until final postseason seeding is set, this is the final stretch for teams who wish to make a playoff push. Many of the players that showcased their skills this weekend in Cleveland will play a huge part in competing head-to-head in crucial games the remainder of the regular season.

Next season, the All-Star break will take place in Salt Lake City, with the Utah Jazz being the host team. That will take place in 2023 over the span of Feb. 17 to Feb. 19.