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Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson Featured in First All-Star Voting Returns

Curry and Thompson Both Crack Top-10 for Western Conference Guards

The Splash Brothers were well represented in the first returns of the 2024 NBA All-Star Voting. Among Western Conference guards, Stephen Curry (1,394,980) ranked second behind Luka Doncic (1,452,733) and Klay Thompson ranked ninth (183,274). Curry and Thompson joined Doncic and Kyrie Irving (Mavericks) as the only West backcourts with two representatives in the top 10.

Curry has started in each of his nine All-Star appearances and Dub Nation can help him secure a 10th start this season. There is a lot of competition in the Western Conference, particularly in the backcourt, so every vote will count. Curry is leading the league in total made 3-pointers (151), made 3-pointers per game (4.7) and multiple 'clutch time' stats including total points (100), made field goals (29) and made 3-pointers (16).

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Thompson is seeking his first All-Star appearance since 2019, averaging 16.9 points per game, shooting 37.8 percent from three and 90.1 percent from the foul line.

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This Friday marks the next “3-for-1 Day,” when each fan vote will count three times. The next fan voting update will be shared on Thursday, Jan. 11.

Fans can vote on the NBA App or NBA.com with NBA ID, the league’s global membership program. Voters in the United States will be automatically entered into the NBA ID All-Star Voting Sweepstakes for the opportunity to win a trip to Indianapolis for NBA All-Star 2024.

TNT will reveal the NBA All-Star Game starters on Thursday, Jan. 25. 

Dub the Vote presented by Google Cloud gives you the power of picking this year’s All-Stars. Submit a new ballot every day until voting closes at 9 p.m. on January 20, 2024. » Vote Now