The list of 2016 NBA All-Star reserves for the Eastern and Western Conferences were announced on Thursday night, with Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green and Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler headlining a star-studded group of coaches' picks.
Green was passed by San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard (and oddly enough, Dallas' Zaza Pachulia) before the fan voting closed, but he receives his just desserts as one of three representatives for the NBA-best 42-4 Warriors. More on the NBA All-Star game announcements in our Chat Sports iPhone and Android apps!
On the Eastern Conference side, Jimmy Butler's superstar turn during this 2015-16 season wasn't enough for him to overtake fan favorite and Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade for a starting selection. However, the coaches went with the no-brainer and selected Butler to his second straight All-Star team.
Here are the full lists of reserves (leaked prior to the official 7pm announcement), along with the starters highlighted in bold.
Stephen Curry -- Golden State Warriors
Kawhi Leonard -- San Antonio Spurs
Russell Westbrook -- Oklahoma City Thunder
Kobe Bryant -- Los Angeles Lakers
Kevin Durant -- Oklahoma City Thunder
Draymond Green -- Golden State Warriors
DeMarcus Cousins -- Sacramento Kings
Anthony Davis -- New Orleans Pelicans
Chris Paul -- Los Angeles Clippers
James Harden -- Houston Rockets
Klay Thompson -- Golden State Warriors
LaMarcus Aldridge -- San Antonio Spurs
Dwyane Wade -- Miami Heat
Kyle Lowry -- Toronto Raptors
LeBron James -- Cleveland Cavs
Carmelo Anthony -- New York Knicks
Paul George -- Indiana Pacers
Jimmy Butler -- Chicago Bulls
John Wall -- Washington Wizards
DeMar DeRozan -- Toronto Raptors
Isaiah Thomas -- Boston Celtics
Paul Millsap -- Atlanta Hawks
Chris Bosh -- Miami Heat
Andre Drummond -- Detroit Pistons