Lebron James Career Stats Post All-Star Break

Games 439
W/L (301-138) (68.5%)
PTS 10,939 (24.9)
REB 3,044 (6.9)
AST 2,865 (6.5)
STL 651 (1.5)
BLK 305 (0.7)
FGM 4,004 (9.1)
FGA 7,986 (18.2)
FG% 50.1%

Last 10 Years Post All-Star Break

Games 267
W/L (195-72) (73.0%)
PTS 6,872 (25.7)
REB 2,077 (7.8)
AST 1,919 (7.2)
STL 371 (1.4)
BLK 191 (0.7)
FGM 2,350 (8.8)
FGA 4,821 (18.1)
FG% 48.7%

Lebron James First Years in Miami/Cleveland

Games 49
W/L (35-14) (71.4%)
PTS 1,279 (26.1)
REB 356 (7.3)
AST 343 (7.0)
STL 88 (1.8)
BLK 34 (0.7)
FGM 490
FGA 913
FG% 53.7%

Best 5 Seasons Post All-Star Break (2008,10,13,17,18)

Games 125
W/L (86-39) (68.8%)
PTS 3,592 (28.7)
REB 1,077 (8.6)
AST 1,056 (8.5)
STL 196 (1.6)
BLK 109 (0.9)
FGM 1,287 (10.3)
FGA 2,462 (19.7)
FG% 52.3%

Last 5 Years Post All-Star Break

Games 124
W/L (81-43) (65.3%) 
PTS 3,402 (27.4)
REB 1,031 (8.4)
AST 967 (7.9)
STL 180 (1.5)
BLK 69 (0.6)
FGM 1,238 (9.9)
FGA 2,350 (18.8)
FG% 52.7%

Last 2 Years Post All-Star Break

Games 48
W/L (28-20) (58.3%) 
PTS 1416 (29.5)
REB 483 (10.1)
AST 445 (9.3)
STL 49 (1.0)
BLK 29 (0.6)
FGM 523 (10.9)
FGA 954 (19.9)
FG% 55.8%

LeBron James pre All-Star last season: 26.5 ppg, 8.9 apg, 8.1 rpg,

LeBron post All-Star: 29.4 ppg, 9.5 apg, 9.8 rpg, 

2004 (29 Games) 15-14

PTS 21.8 (632)
REB 5.1 (148)
AST 5.7
STL 1.9
BLK 0.9
FGM 232
FGA 530
FG% 43.8%

2005 (31 Games) 12-19

PTS 30.0 (931)
REB 7.7 (239)
AST 6.5
STL 2.1
BLK 0.5
FGM 336
FGA 740
FG% 45.4%

2006 (27 Games) 16-11

PTS 31.7 (856)
REB 7.5 (203)
AST 6.6
STL 1.4
BLK 0.7
FGM 300
FGA 634
FG% 47.3%

2007 (27 Games) 18-9

PTS 28.1 (759)
REB 6.5 (176)
AST 5.9
STL 1.6
BLK 0.8
FGM 289
FGA 596
FG% 48.5%

2008 (29 Games) 16-13

PTS 29.6 (859)
REB 7.6 (221)
AST 7.0
STL 1.5
BLK 1.1
FGM 297
FGA 615
FG% 48.3%

2009 (30 Games) 26-4

PTS 23.6 (708)
REB 7.7 (231)
AST 7.6
STL 1.4
BLK 1.0
FGM 281
FGA 578
FG% 48.6%

2010 (22 Games) 17-5

PTS 30.4 (669)
REB 7.7 (170)
AST 9.2
STL 1.8
BLK 1.1
FGM 223
FGA 461
FG% 48.4%

2011 (25 Games) 16-9

PTS 28.1 (703)
REB 7.6 (190)
AST 6.4
STL 1.6
BLK 0.7
FGM 270
FGA 477
FG% 56.6%

2012 (29 Games) 19-10

PTS 26.6 PTS (772)
REB 8.0 (232)
AST 5.6
STL 2.0
BLK 0.9
FGM 294
FGA 573
FG% 51.3%

2013 (26 Games) 25-1

PTS 24.9 (648)
REB 7.8 (203)
AST 7.9
STL 1.8
BLK 0.9
FGM 244
FGA 432
FG% 56.5%

2014 (27 Games) 16-11

PTS 28.3 (765)
REB 6.7 (182)
AST 5.9
STL 2.0
BLK 0.5
FGM 242
FGA 505
FG% 47.9%

2015 (24 Games) 19-5

PTS 24.0 PTS (576)
REB 6.9 (166)
AST 7.6
STL 2.0
BLK 0.7
FGM 220
FGA 436
FG% 50.5%

2016 (25 Games) 18-7

PTS 25.8 (645)
REB 8.0 (200)
AST 7.2
STL 1.4
BLK 0.5
FGM 253
FGA 455
FG% 55.6%

2017 (22 Games) 12-10

PTS 27.7 (610)
REB 10.8 (238)
AST 9.0
STL 0.8
BLK 0.7
FGM 235
FGA 420
FG% 56.0%

2018 (26 Games) 16-10

PTS 31.0 (806)
REB 9.4 (245)
AST 9.5
STL 1.2
BLK 0.5
FGM 288
FGA 534
FG% 53.9%

 

After seeing these numbers it comes as no surprise, Lebron has improved his overall offensive numbers while declining on the defenseive end. What is glaring in all of this is Lebron has a 68.5% Win% Post All-Star Break for his career. Lebron has had a positive record Post All-Star Break in all but one season in the NBA. When Lebron has needed to step up the most he has done whatever it takes for his team to be successful.

The Last 10 Years, Lebron has an insane 73% WIN% Post All-Star Break, that Win% is nearly as high as the GSW Win% the Last 5 Years. Meaning Lebron has turned on the burners in the second half of the season in prep for the playoffs and his team is winning at a much higher rate than they do Pre All-Star Break.