Dallas Mavericks: Mavs' stuff, Luka Doncic, stays on top of big names after the second update on NBA All-Star votes

Update, 1:02 am Thursday: The Luka-mania march to the All-Star Game NBA 2019 is alive and well, at least in the eyes of the fans.

In the second returns of the All-Star polls revealed by the championship on Thursday, Luka Doncic, the Mavericks rookie, remained in 2nd place among the first-class Western Conference players, bringing back only LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers.

Paul Davis of Oklahoma City, Kevin Durant of Golden State and Anthony Davis of New Orleans completed the top five as they did after the first returns, only in a different order this time.

Check the latest results below:

Fans, along with a group of players and media members, will select starters. The voting for the starters ends on January 21st.

The coaches will select the seven reserves from each conference. Once all the appetizers and reservations have been selected, the best voters in each conference will have a draft to deploy their respective teams.

The best players in terms of votes, regardless of position or conference:

1. LeBron James – 2,779.812
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo – 2.670.816
3. Kyrie Irving – 2.381.901

4. Luka Doncic – 2.220.077

5. Stephen Curry – 2.094.158
6. Kawhi Leonard – 2.092.806
7. Derrick Rose – 1.986.840
8. Paul George – 1.859.216
9. Kevin Durant – 1.717.968
10. Joel Embiid – 1.710.229

Original story, January 3:

BOSTON – They are LeBron and The Don, as far as fans are concerned with the first returns for the All-Star NBA game.

Luka Doncic, the teenage girl of Mavericks, has arrived at no. 2 among Western Court players, with only LeBron James in the first release of the fan championship that began at Christmas.

Debate if you want to know why Doncic is listed as a front line player, but he probably helps his chances of playing the All-Star game next month in Charlotte. The western defense zone is stacked with Steph Curry, Russell Westbrook, James Harden, Damian Lillard, Chris Paul and others.

Doncic was also named Rookie of the NBA for the second time in a row. The last Maverick to do it was Jay Vincent in 1982.

James leads western voters with over 1 million selections. Doncic has 679,839 votes, placing him ahead of Kevin Durant, Anthony Davis and Paul George, among others.

He is seventh in the vote among all the players.

Fans, along with a group of players and media members, will select starters. The voting for the starters ends on January 21st.

The coaches will select the seven reserves from each conference. Once all the appetizers and reservations have been selected, the best voters in each conference will have a draft to deploy their respective teams.

The last rookie of the All-Star game was the Clipper Blake Griffin in 2011. The only other debutant since 2000 to do so was the Yao Ming of Houston in 2003.

Doncic averaged 19.5 points, 6.6 rebounds and 5 assists per game and is turning 37.6 percent from the 3-point range.

The former cowboy Dez Bryant also gave his support to Doncic on social media.

The best players in terms of votes, regardless of position or conference:

1. LeBron James – 1.083.363
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo – 991.561
3. Kyrie Irving – 910.329
4. Stephen Curry – 793.111
5. Kawhi Leonard – 774.172
6. Derrick Rose – 698, 086
7. Luka Doncic – 679.839
8. Kevin Durant – 659.968
9. Joel Embiid – 648.002
10. Anthony Davis – 605,417

Top 10 for location, conference

West – opposite area

1. LeBron James (LAL) 1.083.363
2. Luka Dončić (DAL) 679.839
3. Kevin Durant (GSW) 659.968
4. Anthony Davis (NOP) 605,417
5. Paul George (OKC) 580.055
6. Steven Adams (OKC) 261.327
7. Nikola Jokić (DEN) 235,272
8. Kyle Kuzma (LAL) 195.477
9. Draymond Green (GSW) 138.017
10. DeMarcus Cousins ​​(GSW) 92.977

West – guards

1. Stephen Curry (GSW) 793.111
2. Derrick Rose (MIN) 698.086
3. James Harden (HOU) 541,606
4. Russell Westbrook (OKC) 459.792
5. Klay Thompson (GSW) 247.618
6. Damian Lillard (POR) 200.609
7. DeMar DeRozan (SAS) 197.524
8. Lonzo Ball (LAL) 175.040
9. Devin Booker (PHO) 111,897
10. Chris Paul (HOU) 101.104

East – front area

1. Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL) 991,561
2. Kawhi Leonard (TOR) 774.172
3. Joel Embiid (PHI) 648.002
4. Jimmy Butler (PHI) 222,206
5. Jayson Tatum (BOS) 214.622
6. Blake Griffin (DET) 192.694
7. Vince Carter (ATL) 76.022
8. Andre Drummond (DET) 68.204
9. Gordon Hayward (BOS) 66.492
10. Al Horford (BOS) 62.288

Est – guards

1. Kyrie Irving (BOS) 910.329
2. Dwyane Wade (MIA) 409,156
3. Kemba Walker (CHA) 319.519
4. Ben Simmons (PHI) 259.993
5. Victor Oladipo (IND) 198.009
6. Kyle Lowry (TOR) 180.571
7. Zach LaVine (CHI) 128.605
8. Jeremy Lin (ATL) 62.573
9. Bradley Beal (WAS) 61,269
10. John Wall (WAS) 54.366

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