JamesBruce Yeung/NBAE/Getty ImagesLeBron James has a lot to do and little time to rest during the NBA's All-Star break.

LeBron James is tired. Not of criticism, or competition, or anything that normally follows that sentence -- he's just physically tired. So tired, in fact, that NBA commissioner Adam Silver said that James asked him to make the league's All-Star break just a bit longer. For a player like James, said Silver, the All-Star break isn't really a break -- it's a series of obligations that James might trade for just a day or two to rest his knees and hamstrings. Silver expects the issue will be one discussed with the players' association shortly.

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