Two Chicago Bulls players were added to the East All-Star team as the reserves for both conferences were announced Thursday by the NBA.
The NBA All-Star Game, scheduled for Feb. 17 in Houston's Toyota Center.
The East reserves, as voted by the league's coaches, include Luol Deng and Joakim Noah of the Bulls, Cleveland's Kyrie Irving, Indiana's Paul George, Philadelphia's Jrue Holiday and New York's Tyson Chandler.
The West reserves will be led by guards Tony Parker of San Antonio, Russell Westbrook of Oklahoma City and James Harden of Houston, and frontcourt players Zach Randolph of Memphis, LaMarcus Aldridge of Portland and David Lee of Golden State.
The West starters, as voted by the fans, are Los Angeles Lakers Bryant and Dwight Howard and Los Angeles Clippers Chris Paul and Blake Griffin and last year's MVP, Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Eastern Conference starters are Boston Celtics Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo, Miami Heat players LeBron James and Dwyane Wade and New York's Carmelo Anthony.