The 2023 NBA All-Star Game will make headlines at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City on February 19. Here’s everything you need to know about the star-studded event:
2023 NBA All-Star Rosters
How does NBA All-Star voting work?
The starters — two guards and three frontcourt players — are determined by a vote among fans (50%), players (25%) and select media (25%). Fans can only vote once per day through the NBA app or NBA.com. Voting took place between January 20 and December 20.
Who did the fans vote for?
Western Conference starting pool
LeBron James (Captain)
Eastern Conference starting pool
Giannis Antetokounmpo (captain)
How are reservations selected?
Reserves are chosen by voting among the head coaches, although head coaches cannot vote for their own players. There are seven reservations per conference.
How does the NBA All-Star Draft work?
For the first time since the NBA All-Star Draft was introduced in 2018, the captains, who are the top two vote-getters in each conference, will pick their teams in person during a pregame segment. Prior to this change, the captains chose their teams in a televised special in the weeks leading up to the match.
2023 NBA All-Star Calendar
Friday, February 17
- NBA Rising Stars Practice, 2:30 pm ET (NBA TV)
- Basketball Hall of Fame News Conference, 5:30 p.m. ET (NBA TV and NBA App)
- NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN and the ESPN app)
- NBA Rising Stars Challenge, 9 p.m. ET (TNT)
Saturday, February 18
- NBA All-Star Workout Presented by AT&T, 1:00 PM ET (NBA TV)
- NBA HBCU Classic: Grambling State vs. Southern, 4 p.m. ET (ESPN2 and the ESPN App)
- NBA All-Star Saturday (Skills Challenge, 3-Point Contest, Dunk Contest), 8 p.m. ET (TNT)
Sunday, February 19
- NBA G League Next Up Game, 3:00 PM ET (NBA TV)
- 72nd NBA All-Star Game, 8:00 PM ET (TNT)
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