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LeBron James led his team to a victory in the All-Star game this weekend. He had a time of his life as he won yet another NBA All-Star game. The LA Lakers starman has never lost an All-Star game when he has been captain of his team. This time around Stephen Curry was on top-notch form as he miraculously scored 16 three-pointers and had 50 points in total. James also came in clutch when he scored the winning points. Team LeBron emerged victorious 163-160.

But soon after the win, he had to deal with a problem regarding his son’s Instagram account.


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LeBron James alerts against “weirdos”

On Monday, James’ son Bronny got hacked. Apparently, Bronny’s account was asking for personal details from random people on Instagram. LeBron confirmed that he was indeed hacked as he posted a screenshot of his son’s story.

He captioned the story with, “WEIRDOS MAN!!”

Two hours later, James posted another Instagram story exposing the man responsible for the hack.


The King handled the situation well as he didn’t let it affect his or his family’s reputation. While supporting his son, he also alerted all the other fans to beware of such frauds and hackers. 

LeBron & MJ at the All-Star game

LeBron did not let this hacker situation impede his memorable time at the All-Star game. Coming up with the win and having his moment with Michael Jordan certainly topped his and his fans’ weekend.

James also posted about the same in his Instagram post.


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He captioned the post, “How it started 2 decades ago/How it’s going 2 decades later. MJ 🐈‍⬛ x LJ 👑 = Out of this 🌎.”

LeBron and Lakers


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After the win in the All-Star game, LeBron would resume his campaign with the LA Lakers very soon. Things have looked upwards for the Lakers after a rather underwhelming season so far.

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They are 9th seed at the moment in the Western Conference and need a convincing win streak to avoid the play-in tournament which they had to play last season as well. They are 3 spots behind the Nuggets with a 27-31 record. 


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