If you haven’t cast your ballot yet for the upcoming All-Star Game, what are you waiting for?!
The ballot for this year’s WNBA All-Star Game was released last week, and fans are taking full advantage of this year’s new system. Unlike previous years, fans can now vote for ANY current WNBA player, making it the most expansive balloting system in the league’s history. The format will remain the same, where they choose 2 back court and 3 front court players.
There are so many different ways to vote:
- Logging on to www.wnba.com, where you can vote on the player file pages and player index. Fans can vote for up to 10 players a day.
- Using the hashtag #WNBABallot followed by the player’s first and last name (if you’re using Twitter, you can use their handle). (Ex. #WNBABallot #LindsayWhalen OR #WNBABallot @cappie23). Fans can vote for up to 10 players per day by submitting one player name per post.
Voting closes on July 9th at 9pm. The All-Star game starters will be announced July 14th during an ESPN SportsCenter broadcast, and the reserves will be announced on July 21st during the Mercury/Sparks broadcast on ESPN2. The All-Star Game, presented by Boost Mobile and hosted by the Connecticut Sun, will take place at the Mohegan Sun Arena on Saturday, July 25th at 3:30pm EST (will also be broadcast on ESPN live).
Ticket are so affordable at $16 a piece at the Mohegan Sun box office, Ticketmaster.com, or by calling 800-745-3000.
You can keep it locked here where we will have non-stop coverage and details! Now stop reading this and go cast your vote!!!!
(Original Story: WNBA.com)