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07-06-2018, 11:08 AM
The 2018 WNBA All-Star Game is Saturday, July 28 at Target Center in Minneapolis.

Under new WNBA All-Star voting rules, a pool of 22 All-Stars will be selected without regard for conference affiliation through voting by fans (40 percent of the vote), current WNBA players and head coaches (20 percent each), and a national panel of sportswriters and broadcasters (20 percent).

The two All-Stars (doesn't matter which conference they are from) who get the highest overall vote totals will be team captains, and then draft their rosters from the remaining pool of 20 All-Stars.

First fan returns of 2018 WNBA All-Star Voting:

Maya Moore (MIN) 25,496
Elena Delle Donne (WAS) 24,152
Candace Parker (LA) 21,136
Diana Taurasi (PHX) 20,460
Sue Bird (SEA) 20,362
Breanna Stewart (SEA) 19,354
A’ja Wilson (LV) 18,768
Sylvia Fowles (MIN) 17,843
Skylar Diggins-Smith (DAL) 16,177
Nneka Ogwumike (LA) 16,103
Brittney Griner (PHX) 15,386
Seimone Augustus (MIN) 12,145
Lindsay Whalen (MIN) 9,889
Jewell Loyd (SEA) 9,818
Chiney Ogwumike (CON) 9,452
Chelsea Gray (LA) 9,403
Tina Charles (NY) 9,268
Rebekkah Brunson (MIN) 8,940
Liz Cambage (DAL) 8,680
Alana Beard (LA) 6,458
Natasha Howard (SEA) 6,315
DeWanna Bonner (PHX) 6,005
Angel McCoughtry (ATL) 5,672
Kayla McBride (LV) 5,524
Victoria Vivians (IND) 5,420
Kristi Toliver (WAS) 5,061
Kia Nurse (NY) 4,998
Odyssey Sims (LA) 4,772
Gabby Williams (CHI) 4,467
Allisha Gray (DAL) 4,235
Diamond DeShields (CHI) 4,186
Tiffany Hayes (ATL) 4,120
Candice Dupree (IND) 4,078
Jonquel Jones (CON) 3,514
Cecilia Zandalasini (MIN) 3,452
Alyssa Thomas (CON) 3,281
Allie Quigley (CHI) 3,233
Kelsey Plum (LV) 3,196
Jasmine Thomas (CON) 3,155
Kelsey Mitchell (IND) 3,134