Although, no one knows the exact order of the draft by LeBron James and Steph Curry, we do know who started each of the two rounds. In round one that drafted the starters (as picked by the vote) began with LeBron who received the most votes overall. In round two, Steph Curry kicked off the picks that included all the reserves. Each of the Captains picked seven players from their conference along with five players from the other conference.

This is the first time that the top two vote getters became captains and were allowed to draft their teams. They had so much fun that they tweeted out that it should be televised the next time around:

“It definitely should have been televised.” @KingJames (#TeamLeBron) & @StephenCurry30 (#TeamStephen)

With that in mind here’s a look at the two teams that LeBron and Steph chose:

2018 NBA All-Stars Team Rosters

Team LeBron

Starter: Kyrie Irving, 6-2 G, Boston Celtics
Starter: Kevin Durant, 6-11 F, Golden State Warriors
Starter: LeBron James, 6-9 G, Cleveland Cavaliers
Starter: Anthony Davis, 6-10 F, New Orleans Pelicans
Starter: DeMarcus Cousins, 6-11 C, New Orleans Pelicans
Reserve: Bradley Beal, 6-5 G, Washington Wizards
Reserve: LaMarcus Aldridge, 6-11 F, San Antonio Spurs
Reserve: Kevin Love, 6-9 F, Cleveland Cavaliers
Reserve: Russell Westbrook, 6-5 G, Oklahoma City Thunder
Reserve: Victor Oladipo, 6-6 G, Indiana Pacers
Reserve: Kristaps Porzingis, 7-1 F, New York Knicks
Reserve: John Wall, 6-4 G, Washington Wizards

Team Stephen

Starter: Stephen Curry, 6-3 G, Golden State Warriors
Starter: James Harden, 6-6 G, Houston Rockets
Starter: DeMar DeRozan, 6-6 G, Toronto Raptors
Starter: Giannis Antetokounmpo, 6-10 F, Milwaukee Bucks
Starter: Joel Embiid, 7-0 C, Philadelphia 76ers
Reserve: Damian Lillard, 6-4 G, Portland Trail Blazers
Reserve: Jimmy Butler, 6-4 G, Minnesota Timberwolves
Reserve: Draymond Green, 6-9 F, Golden State Warriors
Reserve: Kyle Lowry, 6-2 G, Toronto Raptors
Reserve: Klay Thompson, 6-6 G, Golden State Warriors
Reserve: Karl-Anthony Towns, 7-0 C, Minnesota Timberwolves
Reserve: Al Horford, 6-10 C, Boston Celtics

The hope that the NBA as here is that the two squads would be a little more competitive and make the NBA All-Star game have the kind of meaning it did in the past. We will see when the player’s hit the court in Los Angeles if it makes the game more meaningful and in their minds a game worth putting in an effort in, unlike last year’s game that many felt just fell apart with no defense, for the most part, being played in the game. Definitely something that Commissioner Adam Silver doesn’t want to see in his league’s all-star celebration!