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The second voting returns for the 2016 NBA All-Star Game have been revealed and not much has changed. Kobe Bryant is still leading the league with 1.2 million votes, followed by reigning MVP Steph Curry who has 925,789 votes.
In the East, LeBron James leads with 636,388 votes which is good for half of Kobe’s votes. James former teammate Dwyane Wade is second in the East with 562,558 votes and is followed by James current teammate Kyrie Irving who has 271,094 votes.
Warriors forward Draymond Green originally came across as a player who would get chosen as a reserve due to his stellar play this season, but he’s leaped up to the third place spot in the West frontcourt which means he would star alongside Kevin Durant (616,096) and Bryant.
Another interesting race to watch is the frontcourt spot for the East in which Pistons big man Andre Drummond is leading Carmelo Anthony by 6000 votes.
— 2016 NBA All-Star (@NBAAllStar) January 7, 2016
The All-Star Game takes place on on February 14th in Toronto, Ontario. The starters for the game will be announced on Inside the NBA on TNT on January 14th.