Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade was named an All-Star for the 11th consecutive season Thursday, and teammate Chris Bosh earned his 10th selection, the NBA announced.
Wade injured his right hamstring Tuesday night against the Milwaukee Bucks and likely will not play in the game. He still will travel to New York for All-Star weekend for endorsement appearances.
The other All-Star reserves for the East were Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap and Al Horford of the Hawks, Jimmy Butler of the Bulls and Kyrie Irving of the Cavaliers.
The West All-Star reserves are Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook (Thunder), Klay Thompson (Warriors), James Harden (Rockets), LaMarcus Aldridge (Trail Blazers), Tim Duncan (Spurs) and Chris Paul (Clippers). Blazers point guard Damian Lillard, Kings center DeMarcus Cousins and Grizzlies point guard Mike Conley were among the surprise omissions.
The starters, voted by fans, are LeBron James (Cavs), Carmelo Anthony (Knicks), Pau Gasol (Bulls), John Wall (Wizards) and Kyle Lowry (Raptors) for the East. For the West, the starters are Anthony Davis (Pelicans), Stephen Curry (Warriors), Kobe Bryant (Lakers), Blake Griffin (Clippers) and Marc Gasol (Grizzlies).
Bryant is out for the season after undergoing surgery for a torn rotator cuff.