2013 NBA All-Star Game reserves announced
The NBA announced the 2013 NBA All-Star Game reserves that were voted on by the coaches in each conference.
|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:
|Backcourt||Kyrie Irving , Cleveland Cavaliers||Russell Westbrook , Oklahoma City Thunder|
|Backcourt||Jrue Holiday , Philadelphia 76ers||James Harden , Houston Rockets|
|Frontcourt||Chris Bosh , Miami Heat||Tim Duncan , San Antonio Spurs|
|Frontcourt||Tyson Chandler , New York Knicks||David Lee , Golden State Warriors|
|Frontcourt||Joakim Noah , Chicago Bulls||Zach Randolph , Memphis Grizzlies|
|Wild Card||Luol Deng , Chicago Bulls||Tony Parker , San Antonio Spurs|
|Wild Card||Paul George , Indiana Pacers||LaMarcus 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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