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2013 NBA All-Star Game reserves announced

By Zach Harper | NBA writer
Kyrie Irving and Jrue Holiday were both chosen for their first All-Star Game. (Getty Images)

The NBA announced its reserves Thursday night for the 2013 NBA All-Star Game. Here are the reserve players for the East and West, as voted on by the coaches of each conference:

BackcourtKyrie Irving, Cleveland CavaliersRussell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder
BackcourtJrue Holiday, Philadelphia 76ersJames Harden, Houston Rockets
FrontcourtChris Bosh, Miami HeatTim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs
FrontcourtTyson Chandler, New York KnicksDavid Lee, Golden State Warriors
FrontcourtJoakim Noah, Chicago BullsZach Randolph, Memphis Grizzlies
Wild Card Luol Deng, Chicago BullsTony Parker, San Antonio Spurs
Wild CardPaul George, Indiana PacersLaMarcus Aldridge, Portland Trail Blazers

A bit of a surprise that none of the Brooklyn Nets made it. Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez all seemed to receive serious consideration, and the team currently sits third in the Eastern Conference right now. It's also a surprise that Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors didn't make the cut, but the West is loaded. Zero Denver Nuggets made the roster as well.

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