The NBA has finally revealed the reserves for next month's All-Star Game, which will debut a new format, as well as a tribute to the late Kobe and Gianna Bryant.
The star-studded list of 14 players includes Jimmy Butler, Ben Simmons, and Khris Middleton out of the Eastern Conference, and Damian Lillard, Russell Westbrook, and Nikola Jokic out of the West, as well as a TON of first-timers.
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Six players -- Bam Adebayo, Brandon Ingram, Jayson Tatum, Domantas Sabonis, and Rudy Gobert -- will be making the first ASG appearance of their careers, respectively.
Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Chris Paul will represent the player with the most experience at All-Star Weekend, making his 10th appearance. He's now earned the honor with three different franchises, and overcame plenty to nab another nod this time around.
Westbrook will be making his ninth appearance, Lillard and Butler their fifth, and this will mark the second nod for Jokic, Simmons, and Khris Middleton.
Of course, these players will now join the previously-revealed starters in the pool from which captains LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo will select from in a nationally-televised draft.