All-Star 2020
Karl-Anthony Towns Andrew Wiggins

2020
All-Star

NBA All-Star Voting presented by Google will tip off on Wednesday, December 25, at 10am CT and will conclude on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 20 at 10:59pm CT. The 69th NBA All-Star Game will be played in Chicago at the United Center on Sunday, February 16 at 7pm CT on TNT.

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Karl-Anthony
Towns

Karl-Anthony Towns, a two-time All-Star, is averaging career-highs in scoring (26.5), assists (4.4), 3-pointers made (3.6) and effective field goal percentage (61.5%). Towns is the only player in NBA history to average 25 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, and three made 3-pointers per game in his first 23 games in a season and would be the first to do so over the course of the entire season.

Towns is second in scoring among all centers in the league, but his top advantage over his fellow centers comes from behind the 3-point line. Towns is averaging 8.5 attempted 3-pointers per game (more than any center in the league) but is still shooting 41.8% from deep, which tops the 3P% of all centers who’re averaging at least 2.5 attempted 3-pointers per game.

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Andrew
Wiggins

Andrew Wiggins has made a leap in his sixth season in the league. The former No.1 pick is averaging 25 points per game, a 6.9-point increase from last season. Across the board, Wiggins is having the best season of his career, averaging career-highs of 5.2 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 1.2 blocks and 2.2 3-pointers.

His 5.8 points per game in clutch play ranks sixth in the league, ahead of players like Jimmy Butler, Paul George and Nikola Jokic. Wiggins is also shooting 64.2 percent within five feet of the basket, a mark that ranks sixth in the league for players with 7.5 or more attempts of such per game.

More importantly for the Timberwolves, he’s come up big win they’ve needed him most. Wiggins has been instrumental in close wins over the likes of Brooklyn, Miami, Golden State and San Antonio this season. Wiggins ranks 12th in the league in points per game. Among the 11 players ahead of him, eight are former All-Stars.

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