The votes have been cast, the players and media consulted, and the results are in. We now know who'll be representing each conference in February's All-Star game in Carolina.
LeBron James and Giannis Antetkounmpo got the most votes, so will be captaining the West and East respecitivley. At the start of February they'll both get to select the choices from the remaining eight players.
The oversall scores are a mix of fan, player and media votes, at 50%, 25% and 25% respectively. The calculation of these results has saved us from some fun, but ultimately poor, choices. Mav's rookie Luka Doncic was the second most popular choice to join the Western frontcourt. Had the starters only been selected by the fans then Derrick Rose would have taken James Harden's spot on the West's backcourt. Anthony Davis was also unlucky to lose out to Paul George, who after being tied got the starting spot thanks to the tiebreaker of fan votes.
Here are the rest of 2019's All-Star starters
Giannis Antetokounmpo - Milwaukee
Kawhi Leonard - Toronto
Joel Embiid - Philadelphia
Kyrie Irving - Boston
Kemba Walker - Charlotte
LeBron James - Los Angeles Lakers
Kevin Durant - Golden State
Paul George - Oklahoma City
Stephen Curry - Golden State
James Harden - Houston
By Sam Farley