Just over three weeks before tip off in Salt Lake City, the team captains and starting lineups for the 2023 All-Star Game have been revealed.
LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo will be captains for the game as the top two vote-getters. James will be appearing in his 19th career All-Star, breaking a tie with Kobe Bryant for the most in NBA history. James is undefeated in his All-Star Game tenure as a team captain. The esteemed group was announced on NBA on TNT.
Antetokounmpo will be an All-Star captain for the third time in his career. He was the All-Star Game MVP in 2021, and will be making his seventh consecutive All-Star appearance.
Here’s a look at the full starting five for both conferences:
- Giannis Antetokounmpo — Bucks
- Kevin Durant — Nets
- Jayson Tatum — Celtics
- Kyrie Irving — Nets
- Donovan Mitchell — Cavaliers
- LeBron James — Lakers
- Zion Williamson — Pelicans
- Nikola Jokic — Nuggets
- Stephen Curry — Warriors
- Luka Doncic — Mavericks
The reserves will be announced on Feb. 2 with the game slated for Salt Lake City on Feb. 19.