LeBron hopes to retire from All-Star captain duties with 4-0 record
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Sunday could've been the last time we'll see "Team LeBron" in the NBA All-Star Game.

Whether or not the Los Angeles Lakers star continues to be his conference's top vote-getter, the 36-year-old James wants to relinquish his captaincy duties while he's on top.

"I hope that they allow me to retire from being an All-Star captain so I can retire with a perfect 4-0 record," James said with a grin following Sunday's 170-150 victory. "I keep that forever, but we'll see what happens."

The NBA adopted its current All-Star Game format in 2018, ditching the previous conference-versus-conference model. Now, the top vote-getter in each conference drafts their team. This year featured LeBron versus Kevin Durant, though the Brooklyn Nets star was unable to play due to injury.

"I always try to pick the right team," James continued. "I've been lucky enough for four years to pick the right team. Guys go out and compete and play to win, and I've been on the winning side of all four."

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