Giannis Antetokounmpo and LeBron James will serve as the captains for next month's All-Star Game in Chicago after finishing as the leading vote-getters for the Eastern and Western Conference, respectively.
The pair captured the honor last season, too.
Eastern Conference starters
Western Conference starters
James passes Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett with the third-most All-Star selections in NBA history. The three-time Finals MVP leads all players this season with 10.8 assists per game.
Doncic and Young are just the second pair of players age 21 or younger to start an All-Star Game, according to NBA PR.
Starters were once again selected based on aggregate balloting, combining fan votes (50%), media votes (25%), and NBA player choices (25%).
The reserves are chosen by the coaches and will be revealed Jan. 30.
James and Antetokounmpo will draft their rosters Feb. 6 from the pool of starters and reserves. The former will pick first as he received more votes.