LeBron has 4.3 million votes in new vote count


The second round of fan voting for the 2022 NBA All-Star Game is now live, and Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James retains the top spot in the Western Conference frontcourt.

James now has 4,386,392 votes, surpassing only Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, who racked up 4,463,426 votes to lead the conference.

If Curry holds the No.1 spot for another week, he will be named as one of two captains in the revamped format introduced by the NBA four years ago. James has been captain for every season, but his reign may soon end if he can’t overtake Curry in fan votes.

Elsewhere for the Lakers, Anthony Davis moved up to 5th place with 1,342,294 votes. Carmelo Anthony also climbed the standings, rising to 7th place with 886,014 votes.

In the backcourt, Russell Westbrook moved up to 6th place with 576,512 votes.

The next ballot will be unveiled on January 20, in a week. Voting closes January 22 at midnight EST.

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