The NBA All-Star reserves for the Eastern and Western Conferences were announced on Thursday, introducing a mix of rising talents and seasoned stars set to illuminate the midseason celebration in Indianapolis.

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In the Eastern Conference, the seven reserves include first-time All-Stars Jalen Brunson, Tyrese Maxey, and Paolo Banchero, alongside more experienced players like Bam Adebayo, Jaylen Brown, Donovan Mitchell, and Julius Randle. Mitchell, with five selections, leads the pack in experience. Notably, each of the Celtics, Bucks, Sixers, and Knicks contributes two All-Stars between the starters and reserves.

Turning to the Western Conference, the reserves showcase a trio of former All-Star MVPs in Anthony Davis (2017), Kawhi Leonard (2020), and Stephen Curry (2022). The West boasts zero first-time All-Stars, with Anthony Edwards being the least experienced, earning his second selection. The seven players collectively hold an impressive 44 All-Star selections, averaging 6.29 per player. Notably, the Wolves, Suns, Lakers, and Clippers each contribute two All-Stars to the West roster, forming a formidable lineup for the All-Star festivities.


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