How To Vote For NBA All Stars
The NBA All-Star ballot is out, and once again fans can vote for who they want to see in the game. Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap and Al Horford represent the Hawks on the ballot, and there are several ways you can get them to New Orleans:
You can vote online at NBA.com/asb from your computer, tablet or phone. You can vote once per day and choose up to 10 players on each ballot (though let’s be honest, you should only be voting for three). Click here to cast your ballot now!
You can vote by texting a player’s last name (Teague, Millsap, Horford) to 69622 (MYNBA). You can only vote for each player one per day, so basically you should be sending three texts per day.
We will make official All-Star ballot posts on Facebook periodically over the next two months. When you see an All-Star post on our Facebook page, comment on that post with the player’s first and last name (Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap, Al Horford) and the hashtag #NBABallot. You can only use one name per comment, but you can vote for each player up to 10 times a day. So you should be commenting 30 times per day on each post we make.
You can tweet a player’s first and last name (Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap, Al Horford) and the hashtag #NBABallot from your personal account. You can only use one name per tweet, but you can vote for each player 10 times per day. So, 30 tweets per day from you, please. We promise your followers won’t unfollow you! (Oh, replies and retweets do NOT count)
You can post a photo with your vote in the caption. Your vote must include the player’s first and last name (Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap, Al Horford) and the hashtag #NBABallot. You can only use one player’s name per photo, but you can post up to 10 times per player per day.
The hashtags we’re using to promote our players are #TakeTeague, #PunchPaul and #HaulHorford. You can vote from now through Jan. 20. The 2014 All-Star Game will take place Feb. 16 in New Orleans.