Four starters, bench player represent Wolves on NBA All-Star ballot
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The NBA on Friday announced its All-Star ballot, and four Wolves starters made the cut. Bench player Derrick Williams is also on the ballot.
Corey Brewer is the only regular starter not on the ballot. Although he's exceeded expectations to this point, it's hard to call it a snub, when track record is considered and given the abundance of quality small forwards.
A panel selected the 120 players that made the ballot. That panel comprised Greg Anthony, Mary Schmitt Boyer, Zach Lowe and John Reid, four media members who regularly cover the NBA.
If you're interested in voting, you can use social media, like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or text in votes. Here's the link to vote online.
Voting closes Jan. 20 and starters will be announced Jan. 23. The All-Star game will be in New Orleans on Sunday, Feb. 16, and will be broadcast on TNT and ESPN Radio.