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Damian Lillard, Carmelo Anthony Hold Steady in All-Star Voting

Lillard is third among guards in votes, while Anthony is eighth among frontcourt players.

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Portland Trail Blazers players Damian Lillard and Carmelo Anthony continue to hold steady in their NBA All-Star Game voting ranks. Lillard (third among guards) and Anthony (eighth among frontcourt players) remain in the spots they were last week. While Lillard is third, he trails the second starting guard spot by over a million votes — Luka Doncic and James Harden look like runaway locks for the Western Conference’s starting backcourt.

Fan voting will remain open until Jan. 20. It accounts for 50% of the formula that determines All-Star starters, with the media and player vote each being 25%. Two guards and three frontcourt players will be selected as starters based off the voting.

The All-Star Game is Sunday, Feb. 16 in Chicago.