Tuesday, January 28, 2014

It’s final! LeBron James and Kobe Bryant topped the votes to be starters in NBA All-Star game.

Miami Heat’s four-time MVP LeBron James, Indiana Pacers’ Paul George and New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony are the players voted to be the starters in the Eastern Conference while Miami Heat’s Dwayne Wade and Cleveland Cavaliers’ Kyrie Irving will be the East’s backcourt.

Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry (first-ever appearance in NBA All-Stars), Kobe Bryant, Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant, Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin and Minnesota Timberwolves’ Kevin Love will make up the Western Conference.

Surprisingly, Love overtook Dwight Howard of Houston Rockets who had been always ahead of him. Now that Love moves onward, what’s next for him?

As expected, LeBron James draws 1,416,419 votes, and Kevin Durant followed at 1,396,294 and least is Love, which had 661,246 votes.

Those total numbers of votes came from fans who voted in person and through the use of social media.

This NBA All-Star game will be held in New Orleans from February 14 until 16.

Jim Tanner established Tandem Sports and Entertainment based in Arlington, Virginia