Draymond Green, DeMarcus Cousins headline 2016 All-Star Game reserves

The NBA All-Star Game reserves include Draymond Green and DeMarcus Cousins. See who made the Eastern Conference and Western Conference rosters.
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The NBA All-Star reserves will be headlined by Warriors forward Draymond Green and Kings center DeMarcus Cousins.

The Western Conference reserves include Anthony Davis (Pelicans), Chris Paul (Clippers), Klay Thompson (Warriors), James Harden (Rockets) and LaMarcus Aldridge (Spurs).

The Eastern Conference reserves consist of Paul Millsap (Hawks), Chris Bosh (Heat), Jimmy Butler (Bulls), John Wall (Wizards), Isaiah Thomas (Celtics), Andre Drummond (Pistons) and DeMar DeRozan, who gives the host Raptors a second All-Star on the roster, in addition to Kyle Lowry, who will start at point guard.

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The starting lineups, determined by fan voting, were announced earlier in the week. Stephen Curry (Warriors), Russell Westbrook (Thunder), Kobe Bryant (Lakers), Kevin Durant (Thunder) and Kawhi Leonard (Spurs) will open for the West. Lowry, Dwyane Wade (Heat), LeBron James (Cavaliers), Carmelo Anthony (Knicks) and Paul George (Pacers) are set to start for the East.

Notable snubs include Damian Lillard of the Trail Blazers, Dirk Nowitzki of the Mavericks and and Al Horford of the Hawks.

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The NBA All-Star Game tips off Sunday, Feb. 14 in Toronto.

Jeremy Woo