East Team’s LeBron James, of the Cleveland Cavaliers, dunks the ball during the second half of the NBA All-Star basketball game, Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015, in New York. (AP Photo/Jason Szenes, Pool)
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LeBron James isn't used to looking up at so many teams at the All-Star break.The Western Conference is loaded as usual – so good that All-Star Game MVP Russell Westbrook wouldn't even be in the playoffs if they started now.There are three teams between the Hawks and fifth-place Cleveland in the East, putting James in the rare position of chaser.Oklahoma City Thunder have overcome injuries to Westbrook and Kevin Durant to win three straight, but they are still just outside the West's top eight. No such worries for the Warriors, who rolled into the break with a 42-9 record and an MVP candidate in Curry.Besides the Cavaliers' strong run to the first-half finish, with James looking healthy and Kevin Love appearing more comfortable, the Bulls won their last four to surge into third.Neither is likely to catch the Hawks, who rode an undefeated January to a 43-11 record.
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