At 38 years old, LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers is now a 19-time NBA All-Star.
He was back at it again on Sunday night, leading his team again after receiving millions of votes from the fans.
Unfortunately, James was only able to play for 14 minutes in the game, as he banged up his hand and sat out just to be safe.
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But during that time, James scored 13 points.
At one point in the first quarter, James created an incredible play, bouncing the ball off the backboard, catching it himself, and dunking to the cheers of the crowd.
As a reminder, this is a 38-year-old man doing these things.
James has had a rough couple of weeks.
Although he recently became the all-time points leader in the league, James suffered an injury and has missed out on a few games with his Lakers.
That injury is still nagging him and James has admitted that it may be something he battles for the rest of the year.
This is just the reality for an athlete who is nearing 40 years old.
Still, James is one of the best players in the league, averaging more than 30 points a game and consistently leading his struggling Lakers.
Plus, he remains as popular as ever, which was obvious when he again received millions upon millions of fan votes for the All-Star Game.
We don’t know how much longer James will participate in the All-Star Game but we do know that every time he plays, he will play with power and pizzazz.NEXT: LeBron Makes His Feelings Clear About Lakers' Remaining Games