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NBA All-Stars Game: Stephen Curry and LeBron James’ teams will battle for a good cause

By in Press Enterprise on February 7, 2018

By James H. Williams

The stakes have raised for the 2018 NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles between Team LeBron and Team Curry.

The NBA has announced that the winning team’s Los Angeles community-based organization will receive a donation of $350,000. The losing team’s organization will receive $150,000.

LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers, who is the captain for Team LeBron, has selected the After-School All-Stars.

Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, the captain of Team Curry, has selected the Brotherhood Crusade.

The All-Star game will be take place on February 18 at Staples Center.

Team LeBron:

#TeamLeBron.. led by captain @KingJames.. has selected the After-School All-Stars (@ASASafterschool) as the community-based organization that they will play for in the #NBAAllStar Game on Sunday 2/18! pic.twitter.com/XtzBSuj3f0

— 2018 NBA All-Star (@NBAAllStar) February 7, 2018

Team Stephen:

#TeamStephen.. led by captain @StephenCurry30.. has selected Brotherhood Crusade (@BCrusade) as the community-based organization that they will play for in the #NBAAllStar Game on Sunday 2/18! pic.twitter.com/I4U8Jjb6UR

— 2018 NBA All-Star (@NBAAllStar) February 7, 2018

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