Boston Celtics star's Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett are currently among the Eastern Conference's top five in NBA All-Star votes, the league announced on Thursday.
Miami Heat forward LeBron James leads all vote getters with 641,348 votes, while New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony receiving the second most votes in the Eastern Conference at 573,112 votes. Heat guard Dwyane Wade has the third most votes at 430,925, with Rondo (382,613 votes) and Garnett (218,246) rounding out the Eastern Conference top five.
Paul Pierce (114,735), Jason Terry, (36,147) an Jeff Green (36,080) also received votes, although none of them received enough votes to guarantee a spot in the game. The fans vote picks the starting lineup, while a group of coaches select the reserves.
The Western Conference starting five currently consists of Kobe Bryant (639,419), Kevin Durant (605,965), Dwight Howard (434,168), Chris Paul (353,603) and Blake Griffin (307,855).
Fans can vote for the 2013 All-Star Game by clicking here. Balloting ends on Jan. 14.