Kevin Durant an All Star again

Kevin Durant has been voted as a starter in the NBA All Star Game for the 5th time. Durant, who is the league's leading scorer, got the most votes in the Western Conference at 1.3 million.

Durant is joined on the starting five by former Oklahoma Sooner Blake Griffin. Griffin is averaging 23 points and 10 rebounds this season. Kobe Bryant was voted to his 16th All Star Game which is the second most in league history. Kareem Abdul Jabbar is first with 19 appearances.

Minnesota's Kevin Love and Golden State's Stephen Curry are the other two starters. Love and Curry will be playing in their first All Star Game.

The Eastern Conference starters are Miami duo, Lebron James and Dwyane Wade along with Indiana's Paul George, New York's Carmelo Anthony and Cleveland's Kyrie Irving.

The All Star Game is February 16th in New Orleans.

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