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Jordan Guskey | | February 17, 2019

NBA All-Star Game 2019 rosters: Colleges most represented on Team LeBron and Team Giannis

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From UCLA to Marquette, Oklahoma to Ohio State, Fresno State to Florida and everywhere in between, all but four of the 2019 group of NBA All-Stars spent time in the college ranks before they realized their professional dreams. 

Twenty-one different schools are represented among the 23 former collegiate players on this year's rosters. Texas and Kentucky both boast two former players.

Conference-wise, the SEC can point to five, split among Team LeBron and Team Giannis. The Big 12 and Pac-12 each have four.

There are former national players of the year and All-Americans, players who can exert their will on opponents, but only one will win the NBA All-Star Game MVP Award on Sunday.

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NBA All-Star rosters: Colleges represented by Team LeBron

LeBron James Lakers Forward N/A
Kevin Durant Warriors Forward Texas
James Harden Rockets Guard Arizona State
Kyrie Irving Celtics Guard Duke
Kawhi Leonard Raptors Forward San Diego State
LaMarcus Aldridge Spurs Center-Forward Texas
Bradley Beal Wizards Guard Florida
Anthony Davis Pelicans Forward-Center Kentucky
Damian Lillard Trailblazers Guard Weber State
Ben Simmons 76ers Guard-Forward LSU
Klay Thompson Warriors Guard Washington State
Karl-Anthony Towns Timberwolves Center Kentucky
Dwyane Wade Heat Guard Marquette

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NBA All-Star rosters: Colleges represented by Team Giannis

Giannis Antetokounmpo Bucks Forward N/A
Stephen Curry Warriors Guard Davidson
Joel Embiid 76ers Forward-Center Kansas
Paul George Thunder Forward Fresno State
Kemba Walker Hornets Guard UConn
Blake Griffin Pistons Forward Oklahoma
Nikola Jokic Nuggets Center N/A
Kyle Lowry Raptors Guard Villanova
Khris Middleton Bucks Forward Texas A&M
Dirk Nowitzki Mavericks Forward N/A
Victor Oladipo* Pacers Guard Indiana
D'Angelo Russell Nets Guard Ohio State
Nikola Vucevic Magic Center USC
Russell Westbrook Thunder Guard UCLA

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