NBA All-Star Game voting opens to fans on Tuesday, Dec. 20
Kings fans, get ready to start voting.
The NBA announced on Thursday that All-Star Game voting opens to fans on Tuesday, Dec. 20. Fan voting lasts until Jan. 21, 2023. Over that month’s span, votes will count three times on select days.
Fans account for 50% of the total votes, with current players and media accounting for 25% each. One ballot consists of three frontcourt players and two guards from each conference. Fans will only be able to submit one ballot per day.
“Fans voting on the NBA App or NBA.com for the first time can sign up for an NBA ID, the league’s new global membership program, and voters in the United States and Canada will be entered for a chance to win a trip to NBA All-Star 2023,” the league said in a press release.
Starters will be unveiled on TNT NBA Tip-Off on Thursday, Jan. 26. NBA head coaches will select the reserves, who will be announced a week later on Feb. 2. The first NBA All-Star Game voting update will be provided on Thursday, Jan. 5, with updates the following two Thursdays.
#NBAAllStar Voting presented by AT&T will tip off on Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 11 AM ET.
Fans will have the opportunity to vote for the 2023 NBA All-Star Game starters via the new NBA App and https://t.co/RZc8nGJPtX.
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The 72nd NBA All-Star Game takes place on Sunday, Feb. 19, in Salt Lake City.