After LeBon James led the All-Star voting in every tabulation, Stephen Curry overtook the former MVP to receive the most fan votes for the 2015 NBA All-Star game.
Curry finished with 1,513,324 votes, besting James' 1,470,483 votes by 42,841 after trailing by 13,285 votes in the most recent balloting.
Alongside Curry, the Lakers' Kobe Bryant, the Pelicans' Anthony Davis, the Grizzlies' Marc Gasol and the Clippers' Blake Griffin will start for the Western Conference team, which will be coached by Golden State's Steve Kerr and his staff.
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It will be the second consecutive All-Star start for Curry, who was elected for the first time in his six-year career last season. Many considered him snubbed after he was left off the 2012-13 All-Star squad.
Curry is the first Golden State Warrior to start back-to-back All-Star Games since Chris Mullin in 1991-92.
The 26-year-old MVP candidate is averaging 23.2 points, 8.1 assists, 4.8 rebounds, 2.1 steals, 3.0 3-pointers and 33.0 minutes per game for the Warriors this year.
For the East, the Wizards' John Wall, the Raptors' Kyle Lowry, the Cavaliers' LeBron James, the Bulls' Pau Gasol, and the Knicks' Carmelo Anthony will take the floor for tip-off on Feb. 15 for the 64th NBA All-Star Game at Madison Square Garden in New York City.