Tatum is right above Miami Heat All-Star duo of Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo among the top-10 of frontcourt votes, while also sitting five spots higher than former Celtics teammate Gordon Hayward.
Nets‘ Kevin Durant and Lakers‘ LeBron James lead the NBA’s first All-Star fan voting returns. Warriors’ Stephen Curry and Wizards’ Bradley Beal join Durant and James as leaders at positions. pic.twitter.com/ukvOeyx49H— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) February 4, 2021
All-Star fan voting opened up on January 28 and will go through February 16, as the two leading scorers for the Celtics have plenty of time to receive more votes and most likely rise in their respective positional rakings.
#NBAAllStar 2021 Voting Key Dates!— #NBAAllStar (@NBAAllStar) February 1, 2021
• February 4: Fan Voting Update
• February 11: Fan Voting Update
• February 16: Voting Ends 11:59pm/et
• February 18: Starters Announced
• February 23: Reserves Announced
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