Last week, the NBA announced who would start in the 2016 All-Star game in Toronto, and the lineups were peppered with several expected faces, including LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant. However, the game’s reserve players were expected to be announced during a special TNT presentation later tonight, but ahead of that broadcast, it looks like those have also been revealed.

Though the NBA hasn’t officially unveiled who will back-up the starters, a couple journalists–Atlanta Hawks beat writer Chris Viviamore and Delaware Online’s Carron J. Phillips–have leaked the lineup to social media, and according to them, these guys will sit on Gregg Popovich and Tyronn Lue‘s benches in a couple weeks.

Draymond Green, Anthony Davis, Chris Paul, DeMarcus Cousins, Klay Thompson, James Harden and LaMarcus Aldridge on the West bench, and Paul Millsap, Chris Bosh, Jimmy Butler, John Wall, Isaiah Thomas, Andre Drummond and DeMar Derozan backing up Melo, LeBron and others on the East squad. Who do you think got snubbed? Did Al Horford deserve a mention? Kemba Walker? Maybe Kevin Love on the East side? What about any Western snubs. Enes Kanter? Rajon Rondo? Damian Lillard?