The NBA has made it an easier process to vote for your favorite All-Star this season, with fans being able to vote right from their social media accounts.
The League recently released their first 2017 All-Star voting ballot results, with three members of the Cleveland Cavaliers featuring heavily. If the All-Star weekend would start today, LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love would feature in the Eastern Conference’s starting five.
If you ask Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner, three Cavaliers just aren’t enough. Tristan Thompson‘s girlfriend and her Mom took to twitter in an attempt to land the Canadian his first All-Star performance.
RT to Vote my baby, Tristan Thompson @realtristan13#NBAVOTEpic.twitter.com/XOI672pMkt
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) January 9, 2017
RT to Vote for Tristan Thompson to be an all-star @realtristan13#NBAVOTE#SoProudpic.twitter.com/4zfkttwqE7
— Kris Jenner (@KrisJenner) January 5, 2017
In his 6th year with the Cavaliers, Thompson last made an appearance at an All-Star weekend during the Rookie/Sophomore game in 2012.
After the first ballot return Thompson didn’t feature in the top ten of the East’s frontcourt, but that may just change after the support from one of America’s most famous families.
You can vote for your favorite Cavalier by posting the player’s first and last name along with the hashtag #NBAVOTE on your personal Facebook or Twitter account. You could also retweet a tweet, so go ahead and retweet Khloe or Jenner, four Cavs in the All-Star game is obviously better than three.