Stephen Curry dribbles against Utah Jazz during the second half of an NBA basketball game in San Francisco, Monday, May 10, 2021
Stephen Curry, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant are the three top vote-getters for the second round of the voting for the NBA All-Start Game.
Curry, who broke his NBA career record last of the most three-point baskets last month, has also been named an NBA MVP twice and has won the NBA Championships thrice. He received 4.4 million votes.
James is a four-time MVP and has won the four-time league champion too. He received 4.3 million votes.
Durant, who is an NBA Champion and MVP award holder as got 4 million votes.
This seasons All-Star Game, the leagues 71st is scheduled for February 20. The team captain will be the players who led in the voting.
In the Western Conference, the leaders remain to be James and Curry. James is in the frontcourt and is trailed by Nikola Jokic of the Nuggets. Curry is trailed by Ja Morant.
In the West, Kevin Durant leads the frontcourt for the Nets and he is trailed by Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Guards in the west are led by DeMar DeRozan. He is followed by Trae Young of the Hawks.
The voting is going to be updated again next Thursday. The voting deadline is on the 22nd.