2019 All-Star Game grades: The best and worst of the NBA’s midseason event
The NBA’s best gathered together in Charlotte for the 68th annual All-Star Game to entertain fans from across the globe. Team LeBron finished with 178 points to outlast Team Giannis, who finished with “only” 164 points during the NBA’s midseason event.
As good a show as we witnessed on Sunday night, not everyone played well. Here are the All-Star Game grades for every player that participated, ranked from worst to best.
26. LaMarcus Aldridge
Key Stats: 2 points, 4 rebounds
LaMarcus Aldridge was…uhm…present. The four rebounds were nice as was the jump shot he made.
25. Kyle Lowry
Key Stats: 3 points, 1-of-5 FGs, 1-of-4 3pt FGs
Lowry had a forgettable All-Star Game, but he did have that mano-a-mano with Lillard in the third quarter. The problem was, Lowry missed one of his shots badly en route to making only 1-of-5 last night. It wasn’t that kind of night for the Toronto Raptors point guard.