Where and When Does the 2022 NBA All-Star Game Take Place?

We’re nearly halfway through the regular season, but the 2022 NBA All-Star Game is still more than a month away. Still, All-Star Weekend will be here before we know it, so where and when does the 2022 NBA All-Star Game take place, and which players should we expect to see there?

Where and when is the 2022 NBA All-Star Game?

The 2022 NBA All-Star Game will be held in Cleveland.
LeBron James is introduced prior to the 2021 NBA All-Star Game | Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

The host city for the NBA All-Star Game changes every year. Last season, it was held at State Farm Arena, the home of the Atlanta Hawks. The United Center in Chicago hosted the game a year before that.

This season, the NBA All-Star Game will be held at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, the home arena of the Cleveland Cavaliers. It’s the first time Cleveland has hosted an All-Star Game since 1997, when Glen Rice won the MVP award.

NBA All-Star Weekend will take place from February 18-20. The All-Star Game is scheduled for Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET.

2022 All-Star Weekend schedule

Friday, February 18

5:30 p.m. ET | Hall of Fame Class of 2022 press conference | NBA TV

7 p.m. ET | NBA All-Star Celebrity Game | ESPN

9 p.m. ET | Rising Stars Challenge | TNT

Saturday, February 19

8 p.m. ET | State Farm All-Star Saturday Night | TNT

     • Skills Challenge

     • 3-Point Contest

     • Slam Dunk Contest

Sunday, February 20

2 p.m. ET | NBA G League Next Gem Game | NBA TV
     • G League Ignite vs. Canton Charge

8 p.m. | NBA All-Star Game | TNT

Stephen Curry, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant lead the fan voting

We’ve had two updates on the NBA All-Star fan voting, and it’s no surprise which names are at the top. Stephen Curry leads the league with more than 4.4 million votes, and LeBron James is right behind with 4.3 million.

Check out the full list of the vote leaders below:

Western Conference

Frontcourt

1. LeBron James – 4,386,392
2. Nikola Jokic – 3,016,380
3. Andrew Wiggins – 1,829,733
4. Paul George – 1,773,447
5. Anthony Davis – 1,342,294
6. Draymond Green – 1,295,848
7. Carmelo Anthony – 886,014
8. Karl-Anthony Towns – 851,033
9. Rudy Gobert – 419,853
10. Deandre Ayton – 344,688

Guards

1. Stephen Curry – 4,463,426
2. Ja Morant – 1,633,313
3. Luka Doncic – 1,410,605
4. Klay Thompson – 749,038
5. Devin Booker – 648,317
6. Russell Westbrook – 576,512
7. Chris Paul – 561,896
8. Donovan Mitchell – 441,247
9. Damian Lillard – 364,217
10. Anthony Edwards – 224,293

Eastern Conference

Frontcourt

1. Kevin Durant – 4,088,334
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo – 3,808,458
3. Joel Embiid – 2,357,404
4. Jayson Tatum – 1,155,591
5. Jimmy Butler – 978,889
6. Jarrett Allen – 341,885
7. Bam Adebayo – 282,512
8. Pascal Siakam – 244,042
9. Miles Bridges – 230,586
10. LaMarcus Aldridge – 216,216

Guards

1. DeMar DeRozan – 2,973,854
2. Trae Young – 1,596,301
3. Zach LaVine – 1,442,571
4. James Harden -1,433,217
5. LaMelo Ball – 694,446
6. Kyrie Irving – 561,103
7. Derrick Rose – 373,039
8. Fred VanVleet – 350,806
9. Darius Garland – 227,813
10. Jaylen Brown – 217,463

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