NEW YORK (AP) — Golden State’s Draymond Green has moved into third place in voting for the Western Conference frontcourt, putting him in position to start in the NBA All-Star Game.

Green is about 1,300 votes ahead of San Antonio’s Kawhi Leonard in the closest race for a starting spot. Kobe Bryant, the leading vote-getter with more than 1.2 million votes, and Kevin Durant are ahead of them among West frontcourt players.

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NBA MVP Stephen Curry and Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook are the leaders at guard for the Feb. 14 game in Toronto.

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LeBron James, Paul George and Detroit’s Andre Drummond top the East frontcourt, with Drummond about 5,600 votes ahead of perennial All-Star Carmelo Anthony. Dwyane Wade and Kyrie Irving top the ballot at guard.

Starters will be announced Jan. 21.

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