10 NBA veterans who could be on their way to their first All-Star Game including Tobias Harris

Jaylen Brown is averaging a career-best 27.1 points. [© Flickr | Erik Drost]
Jaylen Brown is averaging a career-best 27.1 points. [© Flickr | Erik Drost]

Jaylen Brown is off to an amazing start and likely to get an All-Star nod.

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NBA All-Star Game voting is currently open for the public on NBA.com.

Here are 10 NBA veterans who could receive their first All-Star appearance due to how they have played thus far. Each of these 10 players are in at least their fifth season in the league. Players are listed by what I believe to be most-likely to least-likely to be named if rosters were announced now.

1

Jaylen Brown, Boston Celtics

Not only is Brown averaging a career-best 27.1 points in his fifth season, but he is also easily putting up career-highs with a 53.1 field goal percentage and 44.3 percent accuracy from deep. According to CBS Sports, he recently set a new shot clock era record for most points scored in less than 20 minutes of action (33 points in 19 minutes on January 24).

2

Tobias Harris, Philadelphia 76ers

In his 10th season, Harris has a career-best scoring average of 20.3, career-high in field goal (51.4) and three-point percentage (46.4), and is doing so for a 76ers team currently atop the Eastern Conference.