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We are right in the middle of this NBA season, as all 30 teams have played at least 42 games. Besides the transfer deadline approaching, this means the All-Star game is just around the corner and we’re closer to know which stars are going to represent each conference in the big game next Feb. 16 in Chicago.

After several weeks of voting, the beginning of the selection process for February’s marquee game is nearly over. That said, the starters and captains for the 2020 NBA All-Star Game have been introduced to the fans, with some big names leading the ballot.

Eastern Conference

Giannis Antetokounmpo (Captain)
Joel Embiid
Pascal Siakam
Kemba Walker
Trae Young

Western Conference

LeBron James (Captain)
Anthony Davis
Kawhi Leonard
Luka Doncic
James Harden

Voting closed on Monday, but the last publicly released data on voting totals came last Thursday. That brings us to today, where the starters and captains of each team were finally revealed.

Following this announcement, there are only a few things to do before the All-Star weekend arrives.

  • Jan. 30: Reserves announced
  • Feb. 6: All-Star Draft
  • Feb. 14: Rising Stars Challenge and Celebrity Game
  • Feb. 15: Skills Challenge, 3-Point Contest and Slam Dunk Contest
  • Feb. 16: 2020 NBA All-Star Game