Lebron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo headline the list of starters for the 68th Annual NBA All-Star Game.
The Los Angeles Lakers and Milwaukee Bucks stars earned the most votes in their respective conferences, giving them captain status and allowing both James and Antetokounmpo to draft their sides for the Feb. 17 showdown between the best players in the NBA.
Here are all 10 players announced as starters for the 68th Annual NBA All-Star Game.
2019 NBA All-Star Starters
- Giannis Antetokounmpo — Milwaukee Bucks
- Kyrie Irving — Boston Celtics
- Kemba Walker — Charlotte Hornets
- Kawhi Leonard — Toronto Raptors
- Joel Embiid — Philadelphia 76ers
- Lebron James — Los Angeles Lakers
- Stephen Curry — Golden State Warriors
- James Harden — Houston Rockets
- Kevin Durant — Golden State Warriors
- Paul George — Oklahoma City Thunder
The starters were selected as a result of the combined fan, media panel and players voting ballot.
The official draft for the 68th Annual NBA All-Star Game will take place on February 7. James and Antetokounmpo will select from a pool of the eight remaining starters, and then a pool of 14 reserves to fill out each team's roster.
The reserve players, chosen by an NBA coaches ballot, will be announced on January 31.
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