NBA All-Star reserves announced - Wall and Millsap amongst débutantes

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The rosters are now full, and the coaches have made their picks.

We now know who will be joining the starters for both the East and West conference teams, ahead of the NBA All-Star game Feb 16.

TSN Sports made the announcement tonight regarding which players have been called up as reserves to represent their respective conference:


Chris Bosh - Miami Heat

DeMar DeRozan - Toronto Raptors 

Roy Hibbert - Indiana Pacers

Joe Johnson - Brooklyn Nets

Paul Millsap - Atlanta Hawks

Joakim Noah - Chicago Bulls

John Wall - Washington Wizards

Deserved call-ups for their first All-Star experience for the likes of DeRozan, Wall, and Millsap with the latter having been in particularly impressive form for the Hawks this season.


LaMarcus Aldridge - Portland Trail Blazers

Damian Lillard - Portland Trail Blazers

Chris Paul - LA Clippers

Tony Parker - San Antonio Spurs

James Harden - Houston Rockets

Dwight Howard - Houston Rockets

Dirk Nowitzki - Dallas Mavericks

Wow, beside Damian Lillard who will be taking his All-Star bow in Nola, the west have got All-Star experience everywhere you look it seems!

Goran Dragic and Anthony Davis can count themselves a little bit unlucky to have missed out but the West talent pool is deep.

Who would you have picked? Did the coaches get it right?

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