LeBron James and the Miami Heat have won a trophy display for the community’s efforts to end lynching.
The trophy was presented to James Jr., a former University of Miami student and the first NBA player to be named an All-Star.
The awards ceremony took place in the James Cup at the NBA All-star game on Sunday in Orlando.
James, who played for the Heat from 2005-10, won the first award, which went to the team for its work in bringing the issue of lynching to light.
James also received the second trophy, which goes to the Heat for its effort to bring the issue to light and its efforts to raise awareness about lynching through social media.