The 2020 NBA All-Star game is slated for February 16.
This evening, the fans All-Star voting results were announced.
Melo ranked sixth in frontcourt voting, while Lillard came in third for the guards out West.
This year's All-Star game will have the same format as the last couple of seasons with captains drafting their teams early next month.
The top All-Star Game vote getters in each conference are automatically chosen as captains.
The two captains and the entire 10-starter pool of players was announced today:
Dallas Mavericks G Luka Doncic
Houston Rockets G James Harden
Los Angeles Lakers F Anthony Davis
Los Angeles Clippers F Kawhi Leonard
Atlanta Hawks G Trae Young
Boston Celtics G Kemba Walker
Philadelphia 76ers C Joel Embiid
Toronto Raptors F Pascal Siakam
Lakers LeBron James and Bucks Giannis Antetokounmpo will serve as the NBA's All-Star Game captains for the second-straight season.
A quick breakdown of how it all works:
-- Fan vote (50 percent)
-- Current players' selections (25 percent)
-- Media representatives (25 percent)
The league's 30 NBA head coaches will now pick the seven reserves from their respective conferences.
Here are the important dates to keep in mind:
-- The reserves will be announced on Thursday, January 30.
-- The draft will be held at 4:00 p.m. PT Thursday, February 6 on TNT.
-- The All-Star game will tip-off at 5:00 p.m. PT on Sunday, February 16 in Chicago's United Center.
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