NBA All-Star 2018: How to vote for your favorite LA Clippers

LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 27: DeAndre Jordan /

Several LA Clippers players have a good shot at making the 2018 NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles. Here’s how to make sure they get in.

All-Star voting opened up a few days ago, meaning you can now start smashing that vote button on your NBA app.

The NBA is spicing things up this year as well, adding “2-for-1 days”. Essentially, on a select few days, every vote you cast will count as two votes. Those days are Dec. 31, Jan. 4, Jan. 11, Jan. 12, and Jan. 15. And since fans account for 50% of the votes, it’s important to take advantage of these days.

Knowing that, it’s time we discuss exactly how you can vote for your favorite players. According to, fans can submit one full ballot daily on and the NBA app. Additionally, each fan is allowed 10 total votes on Facebook, Twitter, Google search, and Amazon Alexa. Sounds easy, right? Well, there are some things you should know.

When voting on Twitter, you must put the player’s name and the hashtag “#NBAVote” in your tweet. You CAN NOT put multiple players in the same tweet. The votes must be cast individually. Likewise, you can also retweet other users’ tweets to cast votes as well. For example, if you retweet our tweet about sending Austin Rivers to the All-Star Game, it’ll count as one vote.

The same goes for Facebook voting – just post the player’s first and last name along with #NBAVote.

All active NBA players are in the voting field, but obviously some have better chances than others. As much as we’d love to see Jawun Evans and Milos Teodosic make it to the All-Star Game, it’s just not going to happen. Voting for guys like Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, and Lou Williams is probably a better idea.

Every vote counts though, and if you’re dedicated enough, we could see numerous Clippers in Los Angeles for the big event!