UPDATE (4:02 p.m. on Thursday) -- Klay Thompson has officially been named a Western Conference reserve for the 2015 NBA All-Star Game.
Klay Thompson will be a Western Conference All-Star, according to an ESPN report.
James Harden, Tim Duncan, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Chris Paul, and LaMarcus Aldridge join Thompson as the Western Conference reserves.
Thompson joins teammate Stephen Curry and coach Steve Kerr as representatives for the Warriors.
Thompson is putting up career-best numbers in points, assists, blocks, free-throw attempts, free-throw percentage and shooting percentage this season and has been one of the main reasons for the Warriors' 36-7 start.
With Curry and Thompson both on the team, it marks the first time the Warriors have had multiple All-Stars since the 1992-1993 season when Chris Mullin and Tim Hardaway were selected to the team.
Thompson is set to participate in the 3-point content alongside Curry as well.
Kobe Bryant was named an All-Star starter, but will miss the game because of a torn rotator cuff. Commissioner Adam Silver will choose Bryant's replacement on the roster and it will be up to Kerr replace him in the starting lineup.
A potential Warriors' starting backcourt is not out of the question.
ESPN sources say Klay Thompson has been selected as a Western Conference All-Star— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) January 29, 2015