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Deron Williams Is An All-Star

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Deron Williams is among the seven Eastern Conference All-Star reserves announced by the NBA on Thursday night. It will be Williams' third (and third straight) All-Star appearance, and his first as a member of the East.

"I am very honored to be selected to this year’s All-Star game," Williams tweeted. "I would like to thank all of the coaches in the Eastern Conference."

He was the only player from a sub-.500 team selected to the East All-Stars.

It's the Nets' 20th All-Star selection since they came to the NBA and their first since Devin Harris in 2009. (Full list after the jump.)

Joining Williams on the list of East reserves is Chris Bosh, Luol Deng, Roy Hibbert, Andre Iguodala, Joe Johnson, and Paul Pierce. The East starters are Derrick Rose, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Dwight Howard.

The All-Star Game will be played on Sunday, Feb.26 and televised on TNT.

Nets NBA All-Star appearances (* = starter)

1982 - Buck Williams
1983 - Buck Williams
1984 - Otis Birdsong
1985 - M.R. Richardson
1986 - Buck Williams
1994 - Derrick Coleman*
1994 - Kenny Anderson*
1998 - Jayson Williams
2001 - Stephon Marbury
2002 - Jason Kidd*
2003 - Jason Kidd
2004 - Jason Kidd
2004 - Kenyon Martin
2005 - Vince Carter*
2006 - Vince Carter*
2007 - Jason Kidd
2007 - Vince Carter
2008 - Jason Kidd*
2009 - Devin Harris
2012 - Deron Williams