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On Thursday night, LeBron James was named one of the 10 starters in this year’s NBA All-Star Game, becoming the first player in NBA history to be named to 20 different All-Star teams in his career, and it sounds like he’s quite proud of the accomplishment.

Following the Lakers’ 141-132 win over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night, LeBron James reacted to the 20th career All-Star nod, saying he was “very humbled” by the honor.

“I give credit and a lot of respect to my fans who have been along with me through this whole 21-year journey,” James said according to ESPN. “And voting me in as an All-Star starter for the 20th-consecutive time, just very humbled. Very blessed to be able to do what I love to do and just try to give back, give back to the game that’s given me over two decades. So, to be able to know this is the first time ever in NBA history to have this many All-Star starts or whatever the case might be, it’s very cool.”

James has reached many historic milestones throughout his career and has already established himself as arguably the greatest player of all time, but this is certainly a major honor.