Marcio Jose Sanchez / Associated Press
The results of the All-Star NBA 2019 vote have not changed much in the last seven days, with the same three players still leading the pack.
According to the latest update of the NBA, the Los Angeles Lakers star, LeBron James, leads all players with about 2.78 million votes. Giannis Antetokounmpo of Milwaukee Bucks is second with 2.67 million votes, followed by Kyrie Irving of the Boston Celtics (2.38 million).
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The most notable change from first round Paul George (1.86 million votes) won two places in third place in the front stand of the Western Conference.
George followed Kevin Durant and Anthony Davis on the initial list. Oklahoma City Thunder striker garnered nearly 1.28 million votes in the past seven days to take a comfortable lead over Durant (1.72 million).
Although the Houston Rockets have won 12 victories in their last 15 games averaging 39.5 points and 9 assists in this stretch, James Harden (1.67 million) is still behind Derrick Rose (1). , 99 million) in the race in second place. point of guard in the west.
Rose's lead has nearly doubled, from 156,480 last week to 312,180 votes in the second update. The Minnesota Timberwolves guard has missed the past six games with an ankle injury, but is expected to return Friday.
Fans have another 11 days to help their favorite players qualify for the NBA All-Star 2019 players' training before the election closes on January 21st at 11:59 pm. AND. Starters and team captains will be revealed three days later and the lines of the two teams will be established at a date to be determined.