2016 NBA All-Star Game Reserves Announced

The NBA has officially announced the reserves for the 2016 All-Star game, which will be played at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Sunday, February 14th. The names of the reserves were first reported by Carron J. Phillips of The News Journal and confirmed by Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal Constitution (All four Twitter links). The starters for both conferences were announced last week, with Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard voted to tip off the exhibition in the West and LeBron James, Paul George, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Kyle Lowry slated to represent the East.

While the starters are selected by the fans, reserves are chosen by the coaches in each conference, though they are not permitted to vote for players on their own team. Listed below are the reserves for the 2016 NBA All-Star game for each conference:

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Who was the biggest surprise among the All-Star reserves announced tonight? Share your thoughts with a comment.

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4 thoughts on “2016 NBA All-Star Game Reserves Announced

  1. jesseH478

    Forgot Kobe in the starters and JJ Redick deserves it but no big snub

  2. BayAreaSportsFan

    Kobe shouldn’t be there. And Pachulas presence is a joke. The west looks unstoppable to be honest, if they can manage to lose kobe on the way to the game.

    Maybe we can trade kobe to the east? Give them home court advantage in the finals in exchange for taking him off our hands…

    • McConaughey'sLincoln

      Unbelievable right?! The coaches are no better than the fans sometimes.


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