• September 28, 2022

A’ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart lead the voting after the first round of fan returns for the 2022 WNBA All-Star Game

A’ja Wilson (Las Vegas Aces) and Breanna Stewart (Seattle Storm) lead the voting after the first round of fan returns for the 2022 WNBA All-Star Game. This season the annual event takes place Sunday, July 10, in Chicago at Wintrust Arena, the home of the defending league champion Chicago Sky. The game will be televised on ABC at 1 p.m. ET/12 p.m. CT. Fan voting began June 3 and will end Monday, June 20 at 11:59 p.m. ET. [How to Vote]

Team captains and starters will be announced on June 22. WNBA head coaches will select the 12 reserves. The captains will draft teams from the pool of starters and reserves on July 2 on ESPN.

Full Early Returns of WNBA All-Star Fan Voting

  1. A’ja Wilson, Frontcourt (LVA) 21,688
  2. Breanna Stewart, Frontcourt (SEA) 20,866
  3. Candace Parker, Frontcourt (CHI) 17,475
  4. Kelsey Plum, Guard (LVA) 17,158
  5. Elena Delle Donne, Frontcourt (WSH) 13,626
  6. Sylvia Fowles, Frontcourt (MIN) 13,272
  7. Jackie Young, Guard (LVA) 12,222
  8. Nneka Ogwumike, Frontcourt (LAS) 10,933
  9. Sue Bird, Guard (SEA) 9,299
  10. Jewell Loyd, Guard (SEA) 9,268
  11. Rhyne Howard, Guard (ATL) 8, 516
  12. Dearica Hamby, Frontcourt (LVA) 7,555
  13. Courtney Vandersloot, Guard (CHI) 7,405
  14. Jonquel Jones, Frontcourt (CON) 7,145
  15. Diana Taurasi, Guard (PHO) 6,856
  16. Skylar Diggins-Smith, Guard (PHO) 6,644
  17. Kahleah Copper, Guard (CHI) 6,387
  18. Alyssa Thomas, Frontcourt (CON) 5,812
  19. Sabrina Ionescu, Guard (NYL) 5,710
  20. Arike Ogunbowale, Guard (DAL) 5,536
  21. Kelsey Mitchell, Guard (IND) 5,385
  22. Liz Cambage, Frontcourt (LAS) 5,010
  23. Tina Charles, Frontcourt (PHO) 4,638
  24. DeWanna Bonner, Frontcourt (CON) 4,341
  25. Chelsea Gray, Guard (LVA) 4,287
  26. Ezi Magbegor, Frontcourt (SEA) 4,268
  27. Brittney Griner, Frontcourt (PHO) 3,838
  28. Diamond DeShields, Guard (PHO) 3,600
  29. Shakira Austin, Frontcourt (WAS) 3,453
  30. Natasha Cloud, Guard (WAS) 3,280

 

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