The Western Conference will look to win their third straight All-Star Game win Sunday night, when they take on the Eastern Conference's best at the Honda Center in Houston at 8:00 p.m. ET.
Last year, Kevin Durant led the Western Conference with 36 points on his way to earning the game's MVP honors.
This year he'll be joined in the starting lineup with Los Angeles Lakers' teammates Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard , who will be making his first appearance for the West. A pair of Los Angeles Clippers, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, round out the starting lineup.
The West reserves are David Lee, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, LaMarcus Aldridge, James Harden, Zach Randolph and Russell Westbrook.
Meanwhile, the Eastern Conference will be led by reigning MVP LeBron James, who will make his ninth straight All-Star appearance in 2013. His Miami Heat teammate Dwyane Wade joins him in the starting lineup, as do New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony and Celtics center Kevin Garnett. Garnett's Boston teammate Rajon Rondo was voted as the Eastern Conference's starting point guard, but will have to sit out this game after tearing his ACL a few weeks ago. Miami's Chris Bosh has been named in the starting lineup to replace him.
The East bench consists of Tyson Chandler, Luol Deng, Paul George, Jrue Holiday, Kyrie Irving, Brook Lopez and Joakim Noah.