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All-Star Draft: Kevin Durant selects Kyrie Irving and James Harden as Team Durant is set for Sunday

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The stage is set for the NBA All-Star Game Sunday, March 7. Team Durant will be an All-Nets affair.

Kevin Durant, who represented Team Durant and remained captain despite not playing in the All-Star game due to his lingering left hamstring strain, played general manager as he selected his team. The Nets superstar finished first in Eastern Conference voting and second behind Lebron James overall.

The Nets superstar admitted prior to the draft he did not do any preparation as he based his picks based off prior competitive play.

So. No surprise, Durant selected Kyrie Irving with his first pick and James Harden as his first reserve pick.

Kristian Winfield reports Durant has chosen the United Negro College Fund (@UNCF) for Team Durant to represent in the All-Star Game, which means Team LeBron will represent the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. The winner stands to net $1.25 million for their organization.

Below is the team Durant drafted in order.

Team Durant


Pick 2: Kyrie Irving

Pick 4: Joel Embiid

Pick 6: Kawhi Leonard

Pick 8: Bradley Beal

Pick 9: Jayson Tatum


Pick 10: James Harden

Pick 12: Devin Booker

Pick 14: Zion Williamson

Pick 16: Zach LaVine

Pick 18: Julius Randle

Pick 20: Nikola Vucevic

Pick 22: Donovan Mitchell

James, who represented Team LeBron, selected the first pick (and Giannis Antetokounmpo).

Where to watch

The All-Star Game will tip at 8:00 PM ET as Irving and Harden will represent the Nets. The game will be televised on TNT.