How to Vote for 2016 NBA All-Star
A fan's guide to voting for the 2016 NBA All-Star Game
- Fans can vote online at NBA.com/vote. Limit 1 ballot entry with up to ten (10) players per computer per day.
Google Search Fans will be able to vote via Google Search Engine.
Fans can vote two ways:
NBA Vote All-Star— Search “NBA Vote All-Star” and select a team from the resulting Category Card
— Tap and select the player(s) you'd like to vote for Click the “vote” button to submit
NBA Vote + [team name]— Search “NBA Vote + [team name]”
— Tap and select the player(s) you'd like to vote for from the resulting Category Card
— Click the “vote” button to submit
— Users must log in with their verified Google Account before submitting their vote(s).
* Limit 1 vote per player per day. Limit 10 votes per Google Account per day.
- Fans can vote by texting a player’s last name to 69622 (MYNBA). Limit ten votes per mobile device per day, and only one vote per player within a 24-hour period. Message and data rates may apply.
- Fans can vote by entering NBA.com/vote on their mobile device browser. Limit one ballot per mobile device per day.
- NBA App. Limit one ballot per mobile device per day. Download the app on Anroid and iTunes.
Social Media Voting
Facebook Post a status from your personal Facebook account
To vote via Facebook, voters must post a status update that includes the hashtag #NBAVote and the first and last name of the player who they want to see play in the NBA All-Star Game. Fans can also vote by commenting on a post from the Houston Rockets official Facebook page with the player's first and last name and using the designated hashtag, #NBAVote.
* Limit one player name per post, and up to ten (10) posts per day, per user
Twitter Fans can Tweet from their personal account.
To vote for the NBA All-Star Vote via Twitter, voters can Tweet, Retweet, or Reply to a player’s first and last name or Twitter handle and the designated hashtag, #NBAVote.
* Limit one (1) player name per Tweet, and up to ten (10) unique Tweets per day per Twitter account.
Instagram Fans can post NBA photos from their personal Instagram account
To vote for the NBA All-Star Vote via Instagram, voters can post NBA or basketball related original photos with a player’s first and last name or Instagram handle and the designated hashtag, #NBAVote in the lower-third copy.
* Photos must originate from user’s account.
* Limit one (1) player name per photo post, and up to ten (10) unique posts per day, per Instagram account.