2024 NBA All-Star Game Reserves Have Officially Been Revealed
Every year, when the NBA All-Star Game reserves are revealed, controversy arises over those players who feel snubbed.
There is a lot of talent in the NBA these days so it’s hard for those who don’t get the honor to play in the All-Star and add that to their resume. This year we have three first-time additions with Knicks guard Jalen Bronson, Sixers Tyrese Maxey, and Magic’s forward Paolo Banchero. All three are having a great season and deserve a spot on the Eastern Conference roster.
Here are the Eastern Conference Reserves:
Jalen Brunson – Knicks
Tyreese Maxey – Sixers
Donovan Mitchell – Cavaliers
Bam Adebayo – Heat
Jaylen Brown – Celtics
Julius Randle – Knicks
Paolo Banchero – Magic
The Western conference features the usual suspects with no first-timers.
Here are the Western Conference Reserves:
Stephen Curry – Warriors
Anthony Edwards – Timberwolves
Kawhi Leonard – Clippers
Karl-Anthony Towns – Timberwolves
Anthony Davis – Lakers
Devin Booker – Suns
Paul George – Clippers
The selected reserves from both conferences will be joining the Eastern Conference starters Giannis Antetokounmpo, Joel Embiid, Jayson Tatum, Tyrese Haliburton, and Damian Lillard. Meanwhile, the Western Conference will be represented by starters LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Nikola Jokic, Luka Doncic, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.
The coaches for both conferences have not been announced as of yet.
The 73rd NBA All-Star Game will be played in February. 18, 2024 in Indianapolis, Indiana.