Despite the debates whether or not he is the best basketball player in history, LeBron James continues to impress in the NBA. At 36 years old, he remains probably the competition's biggest star while he and the Los Angeles Lakers are chasing for a back-to-back championship.

In his 18th season in basketball's elite level, LeBron still shows his talent. Despite his age, he continues to display some great performances at the highest level. Recently, the forward became just the third player in the league's history to reach 35,000+ points.

Taking into account his amazing resume, such as the four NBA championships he's been part of, or the four-time NBA and NBA Finals MVP he's been awarded with, seeing LeBron James regularly at the All-Star Game shouldn't be a surprise.

All the appearances of LeBron James at the All-Star Game

His first selection to the annual game where the NBA stars feature came quickly. After winning the NBA Rookie of the Year award in his first season with the Cavaliers, LeBron kept on rising and in his second season at the NBA he was already called up for the All-Star Game

LeBron James at the 2010 All-Star Game (Getty).

Since then, he never missed this main event, recording 17 consecutive All-Star Game appearances. His latest selection to the 2021 edition of this match will put him on the third place of the highest selections by player, just two games behind the leader of the list Kareem-Abdul Jabbar, who took part in this event 19 times. 

Watching LeBron being part of the All-Star Game is something that every NBA fan got used to. And as long as the former Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat player keeps with wonderful performances and recording brilliant figures, we'll probably continue seeing him among the NBA stars.