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Fill out one full ballot per day (per day is defined as once every 24 hours) on from a desktop or mobile browser. Fans can select up to two guards and three frontcourt players from each conference when choosing starters.

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Nikola Jokić

Nikola Jokić surpassed Michael Jordan in career triple-doubles in October and that’s only scratching the surface of how effective he’s been for the Nuggets this campaign. Denver’s All-NBA First Team center is averaging 17.1 points, 10.1 rebounds and 6.7 assists this season, picking up right where he left off last campaign. Jokić had arguably his best game of the season on Dec. 14, dropping 28 points, 14 rebounds and 12 assists against the Thunder in an eight-point win at home. The Serbian’s growth on defense might be more impressive. His defensive rating has gone down to 103.1, an almost seven-point improvement from last season where he was at 109.7.

Paul Millsap

Paul Millsap is quietly having another strong campaign for Denver, leading the team in true Shooting Percentage at 59.9 percent (as of Dec. 19). He also leads the team in three-point percentage at 46.4 percent (a career-high) and is second to Jokić in offensive win shares at 1.3. Millsap’s vast improvement from downtown (he’s a career 34 percent shooter) in his 14th season shows his hunger to keep evolving and refining his game to fit the modern NBA. The veteran’s best performance of the season so far might have come against the Grizzlies, putting up 23 points and five steals in a 17-point win over Memphis.

Jamal Murray

Jamal Murray’s stats are similar to last year’s campaign, but it’s his growth as a leader and defender that have stood out. Always known as an effective scorer, the 22-year-old is now impacting games with playmaking and defense. The Nuggets’ comeback win against the Sixers illustrates the all-around growth in Murray’s game. With Denver down 19 entering the fourth quarter against Philadelphia, Murray rallied the troops to victory with 22 points, 11 assists and two blocks. He’s also had some prolific scoring games as well, going for 39 points against the Grizzlies on Nov. 17 and 33 against Orlando on Dec. 18.

Gary Harris

Gary Harris is known as “First Team” in the Nuggets locker room and with good reason. The nickname is referring to Harris’ efforts on the defensive end, where he is tasked each night with slowing down the opposing team’s top perimeter threat. Devin Booker, Damian Lillard, Luka Doncic are among the players he’s helped in neutralizing their effectiveness. Harris’ standout showing might have come against the Kings in a loss on Nov. 30, going for 25 points with three steals and two blocks.

Will Barton III

Barton III is in elite company when it comes to the NBA’s Real Plus/Minus stat. The Nuggets small forward is currently at 4.76, good for seventh in the league. That puts him in a top 10 that features LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, James Harden, Kawhi Leonard, Jayson Tatum, Jimmy Butler, Pascal Siakam and teammate Paul Millsap. After an injury-hampered 2018-19, Barton III made it clear he would respond with a career campaign in the 2019-20 season and he’s putting up some numbers, averaging 14.7 points, 6.9 rebounds (second on the Nuggets), 3.4 assists and 1.2 steals while shooting an impressive 41.4 percent from downtown.