Summer Forecast: First-time All-Stars?

When DeAndre Jordan was not named to the All-Star team last season, Clippers coach Doc Rivers called it "a travesty." Will this be the year the big man breaks through and earns his first All-Star appearance?

We asked our ESPN Forecast panel to predict the players that are most likely to make their first All-Star team in 2015-16. Voters were allowed to select anywhere from zero to five names for the East and zero to five names for the West.

Who received the most votes?

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Most likely first-time All-Stars

1. DeAndre Jordan
Clippers | Center
Western Conference
Votes: 33

2. Kawhi Leonard
Spurs | Small forward
Western Conference
Votes: 32

3. Andre Drummond
Pistons | Center
Eastern Conference
Votes: 25

4. Draymond Green
Warriors | Power forward
Western Conference
Votes: 24

5. Bradley Beal
Wizards | Shooting guard
Eastern Conference
Votes: 22

6. Andrew Wiggins
Timberwolves | Small forward
Western Conference
Votes: 19

7. Mike Conley
Grizzlies | Point guard
Western Conference
Votes: 18

8. Giannis Antetokounmpo
Bucks | Small forward
Eastern Conference
Votes: 15

9. Goran Dragic
Heat | Point guard
Eastern Conference
Votes: 14

10. Greg Monroe
Bucks | Center
Eastern Conference
Votes: 12

Also receiving votes: Nikola Vucevic, Magic, 10; Al Jefferson, Hornets, 9; Monta Ellis, Pacers, 8; Rudy Gobert, Jazz, 8; Serge Ibaka, Thunder, 7; Gordon Hayward, Jazz, 6; Victor Oladipo, Magic, 6; Isaiah Thomas, Celtics, 6; Nikola Mirotic, Bulls, 4; Hassan Whiteside, Heat, 4; Khris Middleton, Bucks, 3; Jahlil Okafor, 76ers, 3; Jabari Parker, Bucks, 3; Chandler Parsons, Mavericks, 3; Michael Carter-Williams, Bucks, 2; Enes Kanter, Thunder, 2; Ty Lawson, Rockets, 2; Timofey Mozgov, Cavaliers, 2; Nerlens Noel, 76ers, 2; Tristan Thompson, Cavaliers, 2; Jonas Valanciunas, Raptors, 2; Kemba Walker, Hornets, 2; Tony Allen, Grizzlies, 1; Eric Bledsoe, Suns, 1; DeMarre Carroll, Raptors, 1; Tyreke Evans, Pelicans, 1; Derrick Favors, Jazz, 1; Rudy Gay, Kings, 1; Tobias Harris, Magic, 1; George Hill, Pacers, 1; Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Hornets, 1; Wesley Matthews, Mavericks, 1; C.J. McCollum, Trail Blazers, 1; Marcus Smart, Celtics, 1; Cody Zeller, Hornets, 1.

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