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Toronto Raptors Have 4 All-Star Ballot Players

The Toronto Raptors have 4 players on the 2014 NBA All-Star Ballot. Guards DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry, plus forward Rudy Gay and centre Jonas Valanciunas can be voted onto the 2014 NBA Eastern Conference All-Star team by the fans.

NBA All-Star Balloting 2014 gives fans around the world the opportunity to vote daily for their favorite players as starters for the 2014 NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans via social media networks, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Fans can use Instagram to vote by posting an original photo, using #NBABallot and the player’s first and last name in the photo caption. Twitter voting allows fans to tweet a vote using the player’s first and last name, along with hash tag #NBABallot. Facebook voting allows fans to comment on official league, team, or international NBA All-Star Facebook pages by commenting below the post with #NBABallot and the player’s first and last name.

NBA fans can also access the ballot and vote through the NBA Game Time applications, available on Android and iOS. Other ways fans can cast their votes are on NBA.com/asb, through SMS voting by texting the player’s last name to 6-9-6-2-2 (“MYNBA”) or by visiting NBA.com/asb on any wireless device. (Message and data rates may apply.)

DeRozan web

This is DeRozan’s fourth appearance on the All-Star Ballot. He has represented Toronto twice in the Sprite Slam Dunk at NBA All-Star in 2010 and 2011 and started for the Sophomore Team in the 2011 Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam.

Kyle Lowry 1

Lowry is on the ballot for the third time in his career.

Rudy Gay 1

 

Gay is on the ballot for the seventh time. He was selected for the 2007 and 2008 Rising Stars Challenge and competed in the Sprite Slam Dunk during the 2008 All-Star Weekend in New Orleans.

Jonas Valanciunas in scrum

Valanciunas is making his first appearance on the All-Star Ballot.

The NBA All-Star ballot features 120 players, 60 each from the Eastern and Western conferences. There are 36 frontcourt players and 24 backcourt players from each conference to choose from. Fans can vote for up to three frontcourt players and two backcourt players from each conference per day.

Balloting concludes on Monday, Jan. 20, 2014 and the starters will be announced live on TNT on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014.

All the players on the NBA Eastern Conference and Western Conference All-Star Ballot are listed below.

2014 NBA ALL-STAR EASTERN CONFERENCE BALLOT

EAST BACKCOURT (24)
Arron Afflalo, Orlando
Ray Allen, Miami
Bradley Beal, Washington
Mario Chalmers, Miami
Toronto Raptors DeMar DeRozan
Raymond Felton, New York
Gerald Henderson, Charlotte
George Hill, Indiana
Kyrie Irving, Cleveland
Brandon Jennings, Detroit
Joe Johnson, Brooklyn
Toronto Raptors Kyle Lowry
O.J. Mayo, Milwaukee
Victor Oladipo, Orlando
Rajon Rondo, Boston
Derrick Rose, Chicago
J.R. Smith, New York
Lance Stephenson, Indiana
Jeff Teague, Atlanta
Evan Turner, Philadelphia
Dwyane Wade, Miami
Kemba Walker, Charlotte
John Wall, Washington
Deron Williams, Brooklyn

EAST FRONTCOURT (36)
Carmelo Anthony, New York
Carlos Boozer, Chicago
Chris Bosh, Miami
Andrew Bynum, Cleveland
Tyson Chandler, New York
Luol Deng, Chicago
Andre Drummond, Detroit
Kevin Garnett, Brooklyn
Toronto Raptors Rudy Gay
Paul George, Indiana
Marcin Gortat, Washington
Danny Granger, Indiana
Jeff Green, Boston
Tobias Harris, Orlando
Spencer Hawes, Philadelphia
Roy Hibbert, Indiana
Al Horford, Atlanta
Ersan Ilyasova, Milwaukee
LeBron James, Miami
Al Jefferson, Charlotte
Brook Lopez, Brooklyn
Paul Millsap, Atlanta
Greg Monroe, Detroit
Nene, Washington
Joakim Noah, Chicago
Paul Pierce, Brooklyn
Larry Sanders, Milwaukee
Josh Smith, Detroit
Amar’e Stoudemire, New York
Tristan Thompson, Cleveland
Toronto Raptors Jonas Valanciunas
Anderson Varejao, Cleveland
Nikola Vucevic, Orlando
Gerald Wallace, Boston
David West, Indiana
Thaddeus Young, Philadelphia

2014 NBA ALL-STAR WESTERN CONFERENCE BALLOT

WEST BACKCOURT (24)
Eric Bledsoe, Phoenix
Kobe Bryant, LA Lakers
Mike Conley, Memphis
Jamal Crawford, LA Clippers
Stephen Curry, Golden State
Goran Dragic, Phoenix
Monta Ellis, Dallas
Manu Ginobili, San Antonio
Eric Gordon, New Orleans
James Harden, Houston
Jrue Holiday, New Orleans
Ty Lawson, Denver
Damian Lillard, Portland
Jeremy Lin, Houston
Kevin Martin, Minnesota
Steve Nash, LA Lakers
Tony Parker, San Antonio
Chris Paul, LA Clippers
J.J. Redick, LA Clippers
Ricky Rubio, Minnesota
Isaiah Thomas, Sacramento
Klay Thompson, Golden State
Greivis Vasquez, Sacramento
Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City

WEST FRONTCOURT (36)
LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland
Ryan Anderson, New Orleans
Omer Asik, Houston
Harrison Barnes, Golden State
Nicolas Batum, Portland
Andrew Bogut, Golden State
Wilson Chandler, Denver
DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento
Anthony Davis, New Orleans
Tim Duncan, San Antonio
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
Tyreke Evans, New Orleans
Kenneth Faried, Denver
Derrick Favors, Utah
Danilo Gallinari, Denver
Marc Gasol, Memphis
Pau Gasol, LA Lakers
Blake Griffin, LA Clippers
Gordon Hayward, Utah
Dwight Howard, Houston
Serge Ibaka, Oklahoma City
Andre Iguodala, Golden State
DeAndre Jordan, LA Clippers
Enes Kanter, Utah
David Lee, Golden State
Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio
Kevin Love, Minnesota
Shawn Marion, Dallas
JaVale McGee, Denver
Markieff Morris, Phoenix
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas
Chandler Parsons, Houston
Nikola Pekovic, Minnesota
Zach Randolph, Memphis
Tiago Splitter, San Antonio
Derrick Williams, Minnesota

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