Voting for the 73rd NBA All-Star Game, which will take place on Sunday, February 18 in Indianapolis, starts today December 19, and ends on January 20. As always, fans, NBA players, and media members will combine to select this season’s ten All-Star starters. NBA coaches select the reserves for both conferences.
Fan votes count 50 percent in this equation while the other two parties combined for the other half. So, don’t miss out! Your vote matters.
How does the fan voting work?
To vote for the 2024 All-Star starters fans simply need a free NBA ID. To sign up, click here. Once that is done, fans can submit one full ballot every day on NBA.com or in the NBA App, selecting two guards and three frontcourt players for each conference.
On six days—December 25, January 5, January 12, January 15, and January 19–votes will count three times, so keep those dates in mind to ensure that your favorite players get as many votes as possible.
Updates on the fan votes will be made public on the first three Thursdays in January, and TNT will reveal the final results on TV. The starters will be announced on January 25 and the reserves on February 1 during TNT NBA Tip-Off.
Which Sacramento Kings should be on your ballot?
Technically, fans are free to put any of their favorite players on their All-Star ballot but not everyone has the same chances. For the Kings, De’Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis are the two players who have legitimate cases to make the All-Star team.
Both have been All-Stars before, but never as starters. Fox’s first selection last season was actually as an injury replacement for Stephen Curry, but this season, he is playing even better and deserves to be more than just a second thought in the All-Star conversation.
The West is tough, though, with a lot of star power, and some deserving players will miss out on the honor. So, every Kings fan should definitely have De’Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis on their ballot because they are deserving of a spot and will need every vote.