NBA All-Star voting results 2021: Full list of starters, reserves for Eastern, Western Conference rosters

Ready or not, the 2021 NBA All-Star Game is coming soon.

Despite some strong objections from players, the NBA is moving forward with its plans. The league announced Thursday that it will bring All-Star festivities to Atlanta and hold all of its events March 7, including the Skills Challenge, 3-point Contest and Slam Dunk Contest.

Now that we know when the All-Star Game will take place, we can turn to the next big question: Who will make the squads? There are only 24 spots available, so a few worthy players will unfortunately earn the “snubbed” label.

Here is the full breakdown ahead of this year’s All-Star break . . .

NBA All-Star voting results 2021

Eastern Conference starters (two guards, three frontcourt)

All-Star starters will be announced on Feb. 18.


Western Conference starters (two guards, three frontcourt)

All-Star starters will be announced on Feb. 18.


Eastern Conference reserves (two guards, three frontcourt, two wild cards)

All-Star reserves will be announced on Feb. 23.

Western Conference reserves (two guards, three frontcourt, two wild cards)

All-Star reserves will be announced on Feb. 23.

How does the NBA All-Star voting process work?

The fan vote accounts for 50 percent of the total vote to determine the starters for the NBA All-Star Game. Current players and media members split the other 50 percent. Each ballot consists of two guards and three frontcourt players from each conference. Reserves are chosen by NBA head coaches, and league commissioner Adam Silver chooses injury replacements if necessary.

All-Star captains will then draft their teams from the eligible pool of players (starters in the first round, reserves in the second round). Captains will be selected based on which players earn the most fan votes in each conference. They are not required to draft based on conference affiliation or position.

Key dates ahead of the 2021 NBA All-Star Game

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