NBA reveals All-Star reserves, including Stephen Curry and Anthony Davis.

The National Basketball Association (NBA) made the announcement on Thursday on their All-Star reserves

 which included superstars Stephen Curry and Anthony Davis.

During the All-Star Game, which took place in Indianapolis on February 18, the reserves will be joining the starters who were announced the previous week.

Fans, players, and members of the media used a vote to determine who would start. For the reserves that were announced on Thursday

the coaches from each conference chose the players who were still available from among the remaining players.

Julius Randle, a forward with the New York Knicks who is now out with a dislocated shoulder, is being considered for inclusion

On Thursday, the Knicks made the announcement that he will have a re-evaluation in two to three weeks. In light of this schedule, his participation in the All-Star game is currently in question. 

The NBA commissioner, Adam Silver, will choose his substitute in the event that he is unable to go.

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