NBA All-Star Voting is officially underway.
The 73rd NBA All-Star Game will take place in Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN on Sunday, February 18, 2024. As always, fans have a say in who gets to start in the game.
NBA fans can vote for five players each in two conferences, for a total of ten players. Each fan can cast a ballot every 24 hours through the NBA app or NBA.com. A full ballot comprises two guards and three frontcourt players from each conference and every NBA player is available.
The voting will continue until Saturday, January 20. According to the NBA's official release, there will be six days where votes will count three times on special “3-for-1 Days,” with the first day taking place on Christmas Day from 12:01 a.m. ET – 11:59 p.m. ET. Additional 3-for-1 Days will be available on Monday, Jan. 1, Friday, Jan. 5, Friday, Jan. 12, Monday, Jan. 15 and Friday, Jan. 19 from 12:01 a.m. ET – 11:59 p.m. ET.
Fan vote accounts for 50% of the vote share. Current NBA players and chosen media members also fill out ballots that comprise the other 50% of the vote that decides the All-Star starters.
The All-Star reserves are decided by the 30 head coaches, and will be announced on February 1st.
The Washington Wizards players are available on the ballots. Kyle Kuzma, thanks to his career season and popularity in the NBA landscape, has the best shot of making the All-Star game. Although unlikely due to Washington's poor record, the Wizards fans should still do their best to get Kuzma voted in to the All-Star game. Showing support for your favorite players is important, nevertheless. And hey, crazier things have happened in All-Star voting like Andrew Wiggins being named a starter in 2022. So, let's keep voting!