The NBA announced the All-Star reserves on Thursday. Teams will be selected on Feb. 7 by captains LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo.
The All-Star reserves were announced Thursday on TNT.
While the starters were selected by a collection of fan, player and media voting, the reserves are picked by the coaches. Each coach had to make two backcourt, three frontcourt and two wild-card selections.
Here is the list of all of the players selected:
—Victor Oladipo (2nd selection)
—Kyle Lowry (5th selection)
—Blake Griffin (6th selection)
—Khris Middleton (1st selection)
—Ben Simmons (1st selection)
—Bradley Beal (2nd selection)
—Nikola Vucevic (1st selection)
Middleton’s selection gives the Bucks their first season with multiple selections since 2000-01 (Ray Allen, Glenn Robinson). Simmons’ selection gives the 76ers their first season with multiple All-Stars since 2001-02 (Allen Iverson, Dikembe Mutombo).
—Russell Westbrook (8th selection)
—Anthony Davis (6th selection)
—Nikola Jokic (1st selection)
—Damian Lillard (4th selection)
—Klay Thompson (5th selection)
—LaMarcus Aldridge (7th selection)
—Karl-Anthony Towns (2nd selection)
Starters for the NBA All-Star Game Feb. 17 at the Spectrum were announced last week:
—LeBron James (4,062,089 votes)*
—Giannis Antetokounmpo (4,375,747)*
—Kyrie Irving (3,881,766)
—Stephen Curry (3,861,038)
—Kawhi Leonard (3,580,531)
—Kevin Durant (3,150,648)
—Paul George (3,122,346)
—James Harden (2,905,488)
—Joel Embiid (2,783,833)
—Kemba Walker (1,395,330)
Teams will be picked at 8 p.m. ET on Feb. 7 on TNT. This will be the first year the event is televised.