Latest All-Star voting update for Sixers stars Joel Embiid, James Harden

The Feb. 17 2023 All-Star game in Salt Lake City is right around the corner and the Philadelphia 76ers figure to have a few different representatives over the weekend.

Joel Embiid and James Harden, who are both perennial All-Stars and are going to be in Utah for the game regardless, are in the running to be named All-Star starters for the midseason contest.

On Thursday, the NBA released the latest update on All-Star voting with Embiid currently fourth among Eastern Conference frontcourt players. He is behind Kevin Durant, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Jayson Tatum

As for Harden, he drops to fourth in the Eastern Conference backcourt voting. He finds himself trailing Kyrie Irving, Donovan Micthell, and Jaylen Brown in the voting.

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All-Star voting is set to send on Saturday so Sixers fans have just two more days to vote for their two top guys before it’s all said and done. The final starters are expected to be announced soon thereafter.

If Embiid and Harden are not named starters, they will most certainly be named to the team as reserves.

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Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire