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Kevin Garnett remains only Net on All Star voting returns

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The NBA released updated voting for the All Star game Thursday afternoon, and Kevin Garnett remains the only Net listed. KG is ninth in frontcourt voting tallying up 62,584 votes. He is only up a little more than 100 votes on 10 place Al Jefferson.

Here are the leaders in All Star votes right now:

James, the Chicago BullsPau Gasol (372,109) and the New York Knicks'Carmelo Anthony (365,449) pace the Eastern Conference's frontcourt players. Washington Wizards guard John Wall (439,395) remains the East's leading vote-getter in the backcourt, and Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade (396,757) is second.

Curry is followed in the West backcourt by the Los Angeles LakersKobe Bryant(694,665). The Western Conference frontcourt is led, in order, by the New Orleans PelicansAnthony Davis (732,154), the Los Angeles ClippersBlake Griffin (403,415) and the Memphis GrizzliesMarc Gasol (343,587).

Deron Williams and Brook Lopez remain off the ballot in what is still kind of surprising due to their popularity in past years. Players such as Louis Williams and Giannis Anteokounmpo are listed in the backcourt ahead of Williams.

Balloting concludes on Monday, January 19 and starters will be announced on Thursday, January 22 on TNT.