It doesn't matter if your favorite team is a contender like the Boston Celtics or an also-ran like Scottie Barnes' Toronto Raptors. When it comes to voting for the NBA All-Star Game, fanbases across the league see that it is the perfect time to mobilize and get their best and brightest onto such a grand stage.
The 2024 NBA All-Star game will take place at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis as the league tries to improve upon last year's festivities in Salt Lake City. The players who will make up this game, which is returning to their traditional format, remain a bit up in the air.
Will teams like the Raptors be able to get some of the less heralded stars in the game or will this be a time where traditional powers and contenders once again dominate? It all depends on how you vote.
How to vote for 2024 NBA All-Star Game
Voting opened on December 19 and will last until January 20, 2024. Fans can vote once per day by going to NBA.com and the official NBA app. Click on the NBA All-Star Voting icon in the app to open the ballot and start voting.
Fans can vote for your NBA All-Stars once a day, placing one vote per player for up to ten players daily. Raptors fans can pick three frontcourt players and two guards as they fill ballots out. Fans have more influence over this game than any other segment of the NBA landscape.
Fan voting makes up 50% of the final tally for the All-Star game, with the remaining 25% split between media members and players, who can fill out one ballot each.
Will any Toronto Raptors be voted to 2024 NBA All-Star Game?
Barnes has been projected as a potential All-Star starter, though he would need to overcome the Raptors' poor record and a collection of very talented forwards in the East to end up making the All-Star team. Pascal Siakam has an outside shot, but he will likely need to wait to be named an injury replacement.