NBA All-Star Game Rosters: Reserves Revealed For East And West NBA All-Star Teams [Breaking]

Ryan DeVault - Author

Mar. 1 2017, Updated 3:00 a.m. ET

NBA All-Star Game news now includes the 14 reserves from the East and West. The 2016 NBA All-Star reserves include a lot of familiar names to the game, with some very noticeable snubs as well. A report from CBS Sports states that the All-Star reserves in the Eastern Conference are Paul Millsap, Chris Bosh, Jimmy Butler, John Wall, Isaiah Thomas, Andre Drummond, and DeMar DeRozan. This is the 11th-straight All-Star Game for Bosh.

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In the Western Conference, the seven reserves are Draymond Green, Anthony Davis, Chris Paul, Klay Thompson, DeMarcus Cousins, James Harden, and LaMarcus Aldridge. Thompson and Green join Stephen Curry as three All-Star players representing the Golden State Warriors. The only other two teams with multiple players in the West are the Oklahoma City Thunder, as Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant were named starters for the big game and the San Antonio Spurs with Kawhi Leonard and Aldridge.

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the newly announced NBA All-Star Game reserves join the 10 starters placed on the team by fans. The Western Conference starters are Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, Kawhi Leonard of the San Antonio Spurs, and Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder. How the West coaches will construct a starting five out of that group of playmakers will be exciting on offense and problematic on defense.


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