For the third season in a row, the Oklahoma City Thunder have its two superstars in the All-Star Game. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook suit up for the 2013 Western Conference squad Sunday.
Durant is making his fourth All-Star appearance (all consecutive) in his sixth year in the NBA, and he's starting for the third year in a row. Durant, who is leading the league with 29.2 points per game, received the third-most fan votes of any player, western or eastern conferences. Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant led all vote-getters with 1,591,437 votes, and LeBron James of the Miami Heat received 1,583,646 votes.
Durant received 1,504,047 votes from fans to vote him into the starting lineup Sunday.
Westbrook will make his third All-Star appearance Sunday, all of which have come in the last three years.
The Thunder are one of four Western Conference teams to have two players on Sunday's roster. The Lakers (Bryant and Dwight Howard), Los Angeles Clippers (Chris Paul and Blake Griffin) and San Antonio Spurs (Tony Parker and Tim Duncan) each have a pair of their players on the floor in Houston on Sunday.