LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo top All-Star fan vote.

In the second round of fan voting for the 2024 NBA All-Star Game, Giannis Antetokounmpo leads the East (and overall), while LeBron James leads the West.

One new starter: Atlanta's Trae Young is slightly ahead of Damian Lillard in East fan vote for second guard. Who would start if voting ended today? Two races are worth monitoring because media and player voting might change them.

Fan vote for East guards is closest. Tyrese Haliburton has the most votes, and while he's out for a few weeks with a hamstring strain, he should be fully healthy in time for the All-Star Game in more than a month.

The second guard position is intriguing. Young leads Lillard by 35,363 votes, which might come down to the Jan. 20 voting cutoff. Before young voters turned out, Lillard led by 81,000 votes. Now he needs to galvanize his followers.

Here come the media and NBA player votes, especially the player vote. As a reminder, the NBA's method counts fan voting for 50% of a player's total (and the tiebreaker), chosen media for 25%, and player votes for 25%.

Trae Young has typically ranked lower in player voting than fan or media voting (last year he was 12th, fans fifth, media sixth). If it occurs again, he may fall behind Lillard in a close battle. One of the two non-starters will be a reserve in Indianapolis for the All-Star Game.

Another contest to watch is at west guard, where Luka Doncic appears a guaranteed starter and Stephen Curry leads Shai Gilgeous-Alexander by almost 300,000 votes. Media and player votes may be enough to put Shai Gilgeous-Alexander ahead of Curry in the final count

Remember, fans may vote on NBA.com or the NBA App until Jan. 20. The All-Star Game is Sunday, Feb. 18 at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. TNT will carry the game, the All-Star Saturday Night Dunk Contest and 3-point Contest, and the Friday Night Rising Stars games.

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