LeBron James didn't do much to help his team's 170-150 win over Team Durant in Sunday's NBA All-Star Game. He did, however, play the role of doting general manager after Stephen Curry and Damian Lillard went on a shooting tear. In a tweet sent after the game, James said he kept telling Curry and Lillard to shoot from longer distances as they stretched the lead in the second half.
"The Fredericktown Fire Department ran the concession stand, selling all kinds of refreshments including the requested chili dogs," Hovis said. "Overall, it was just a great time with great people. Everyone who came out tonight is a hero because their contribution, whether monetary or volunteering, is helping raise money for the kids."
Two players had to sit out after getting haircuts. But in the end, it had a familiar feel. Team LeBron won again.