Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James and Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant led the NBA All-Star voting.
The two players sprinted to the top of the Western and Eastern Conferences, respectively, in the second half of the All-Star fan voting announced by the NBA Secretariat on the official website on the 13th (Korean time).
LeBron won 4,825,229 votes, far beating Stephen Curry (Golden State, 3,901,808 votes), and Durant won 4,509,238 votes, breaking the pursuit of Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee, 4,467,306 votes). are receiving
In NBA All-Star, the two players who ranked first in both conferences in a fan vote select players as captains. LeBron has captained the team for the past five consecutive seasons and Durant for the second consecutive season.
In the western frontcourt, LeBron is followed by Nicola Jokic (Denver, 3,441,893 votes), Anthony Davis (Lakers, 2,95,563 votes), and Zion Williamson (New Orleans, 2,856,121 votes). In the guard category, Curry is followed by Luca Doncic 바카라.
In the Eastern Frontcourt, Jayson Tatum (Boston, 3,281,124 votes) and Joel Embiid (Philadelphia, 3,248,793 votes) follow Durant and Antetokounmpo, followed by Kyrie Irving (Brooklyn, 3,024,833 votes) in the Eastern Guard category. Donovan Mitchell (Cleveland, 2,725,558 votes) is trailing behind.
Fan voting results are not everything. The NBA decides on the results of the fan vote (50%), the players (25%), and the reporters (25%) in determining the All-Star starting lineup.
March 13, local time, is ‘3-for-1 Day’, where one fan vote counts three times. The 3rd interim count will be announced on the 19th, local time, and fan voting will be held until 11:59 pm on January 21st, US Eastern time. The All-Star roster will be released on January 26th.