Thursday night featured the highly-anticipated draft for the upcoming All-Star Games in Atlanta. Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James had the privilege of selecting first, and unsurprisingly, the four-time NBA champ decided to take Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo as the first overall pick.

The mouthwatering prospect of seeing LeBron James and Giannis play on the same team will now become a reality come Saturday. Along with Antetokounmpo, James will also be joined by Stephen Curry, Luka Doncic, and Nikola Jokic on Team LeBron (h/t ClutchPoints on Twitter):

Interestingly, aside from Antetokounmpo, James has gone with an all-West team for his starters.

The members of the opposing team have also been revealed, with Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant opting to go with Kyrie Irving, Bradley Beal, Jayson Tatum, Kawhi Leonard, and Joel Embiid as his first five selections:

Durant is currently dealing with an injury and will not take part in the actual game. However, being the top vote-getter in the East, KD will still assume captaincy duties for Team Durant. After all, the team is still named after him. In his stead, Indiana Pacers big man Domantas Sabonis was named as Durant’s replacement.

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It comes as no surprise that Durant picked real-life BFF Kyrie Irving on his team. That would have made for an awkward conversation between the two Nets stars had Durant opted to pass on Kyrie as that was the obvious choice. Then again, a LeBron-Kyrie reunion would have been interesting too, to say the least.

Nevertheless, the biggest news here remains to be the LeBron James and Giannis pairing. This pair battled it out for last season’s MVP crown, but this time around, they’ll be playing on the same side.

Who has the better team and who will prevail as the All-Star winner on Sunday night?