2018 NBA All-Star Game: Team LeBron vs. Team Stephen

All-Star 2018 Numbers to Know: Team LeBron

> Numbers to Know: Team Stephen

All-Star 2018 comes with a new format for the All-Star Game on Sunday. The 24 (healthy) All-Stars are no longer split by conference affiliation. Instead, they were selected in a Draft by LeBron James and Stephen Curry, the leading vote-getters in each conference in the fan voting.

We’ll see how that changes how the game is played. Either way, All-Star is a celebration of the best basketball talent in the world, talent that is, again, putting up some incredible numbers this season.

We don’t have anybody averaging a triple-double this season, but we do have one team — the Golden State Warriors — set to top its own mark for the most efficient offensive season in NBA history, and another taking more than half its shots from 3-point range. We had one of the biggest players in the league averaging 5.4 assists and ranking in the top 10 in steals.

Since it was selected, Team LeBron has seen four of its players go down with injuries, two for the remainder of the season. It still has three of the most unique combinations of size and skill – James, Anthony Davis and Kevin Durant – this game has ever seen. Here are some numbers to know about all 16 members of Team LeBron…

— Clutch time = Last five minutes of the fourth quarter or overtime with a score differential of five points or less.

— Effective field goal percentage = (FGM + (0.5 * 3PM)) / FGA

— True shooting percentage = PTS / (2 * (FGM + 0.44 * FTA)))

All stats through Thursday, Feb. 15.

Anthony Davis, F-C, New Orleans Pelicans

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Davis’ 17 field goals on his way to a season-high 48 points in New York on Jan. 14.

Kevin Durant, F, Golden State Warriors

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Durant’s 17 field goals from his 50-point performance in Portland on Feb. 14.

Kyrie Irving, G, Boston Celtics

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Irving’s 18 buckets with the score within three points in the last three minutes.

LeBron James, F, Cleveland Cavaliers

NBA.com/stats video: Watch James dish out 19 assists in Atlanta on Feb. 9.

LaMarcus Aldridge, F, San Antonio Spurs

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Aldridge’s 17 field goals from a 41-point performance against Memphis on Nov. 29.

Bradley Beal, G, Washington Wizards

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Beal’s 21 field goals from when he scored a career-high 51 points in Portland on Dec. 5.

DeMarcus Cousins, C, New Orleans Pelicans (injured)

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Cousins’ 13 field goals from his 44-point, 23-rebound, 10-assist performance from the Pelicans’ win over Chicago on Jan. 22.

Goran Dragic, G, Miami Heat

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Dragic dish out a season-high 13 assists against Detroit on Dec. 3.

Andre Drummond, C, Detroit Pistons

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Drummond set a career high with eight assists in Atlanta on Dec. 14.

Paul George, F, Oklahoma City Thunder

NBA.com/stats video: Watch George register six steals at Golden State on Feb. 6.

Kevin Love, F-C, Cleveland Cavaliers (injured)

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Love shoot 6-for-9 on his way to 22 first-quarter points against Miami on Nov. 28.

Victor Oladipo, G, Indiana Pacers

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Oladipo’s 15 field goals on his way to a career-high 47 points against Denver on Dec. 10.

Kristaps Porzingis, F-C, New York Knicks (injured)

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Porzingis’ 15 field goals from his 40-point game against Indiana on Nov. 5.

Kemba Walker, G, Charlotte Hornets

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Walker make a career-high nine 3-pointers in Atlanta on Jan. 31.

John Wall, G, Washington Wizards (injured)

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Wall dish out 16 assists against Brooklyn on Jan. 13.

Russell Westbrook, G, Oklahoma City Thunder

NBA.com/stats video: Watch Westbrook shoot 9-for-11 as part of a 21-point fourth quarter against Washington on Jan. 25.

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