A Look At Your Boost Mobile WNBA All-Star 2015 Reserves

Boost Mobile WNBA All-Star 2015, featuring the Eastern Conference All-Stars against the Western Conference All-Stars at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., will be nationally televised by ABC on Saturday, July 25 at 3:30 p.m. ET.

The starters for the game were announced last week. Elena Delle Donne and Skylar Diggins topped the list in the Eastern Conference and Western Conference, respectively. The reserves for the game were announced Tuesday night during a contest televised on ESPN2 between the Phoenix Mercury and the Los Angeles Sparks.

The 12 WNBA head coaches selected the reserves by voting for six players within their own conference: two backcourt players, three frontcourt players, and a player from either position.

Take a look at who the coaches selected as reserves for the Boost Mobile WNBA All-Star 2015.

Eastern Conference All-Star reserves

Alex Bentley

The third-year pro out of Penn State is averaging career highs in scoring and steals per game.

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Kelsey Bone

Coaches voted Kelsey Bone as a reserve as she has come along as a vital part of the Sun in her third season out of Texas A&M. She’s putting up career bests in every major statistical category.

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Marissa Coleman

Marissa Coleman’s veteran leadership and career-best scoring numbers and shooting percentages have been a large part of Indiana’s success this season.

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Stefanie Dolson

Part of a Washington frontcourt that’s quickly becoming one of the more dominant duos in the league.

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Emma Meesseman

Meesseeman’s hot start to 2015 turned many heads as the third-year pro from Belgium is scoring in a variety of ways and is fourth in blocks per game (1.6).

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Cappie Pondexter

Pondexter, now in her 10th season in the league, has looked better than she ever has in her first season back home in Chicago.

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Western Conference All-Stars

Sue Bird

The 13-year WNBA vet has been as solid as ever leading a young Storm squad. At 34, Bird is averaging a league-best 5.5 assists – right above her career average of 5.4 per game.

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DeWanna Bonner

Rock solid as a role player in Phoenix since 2009, Bonner reached the All-Star Game for the first time in her seventh season.

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Nneka Ogwumike

In her fourth season, the former No. 1 pick in the WNBA Draft has stepped up as the centerpiece of the Sparks, currently leading the league in rebounding.

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Plenette Pierson

Plenette Pierson’s 15th WNBA season has been her best, as the former Detroit Shock sub has emerged as a veteran leader in Tulsa.

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Danielle Robinson

Play-making guard Danielle Robinson once again has the Stars in the thick of the Western Conference playoff race.

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Lindsay Whalen

Lindsay Whalen is putting together one of the top resumes of any point guard in WNBA history and has the West-leading Lynx chasing a third title.

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The following players were announced as replacements on the All-Star rosters on July 23:

Kayla McBride

The former Notre Dame star leads the Stars in scoring (14.0 PPG) for the second straight season to open her WNBA career.

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Jantel Lavender

In her fifth WNBA season, Lavender is averaging career highs in points (14.9), rebounds (9.1) and assists (1.8).

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Riquna Williams

An explosive scorer, Williams owns a career scoring mark of 12.4 points in just 21.8 minutes per game, including 14.7 PPG this season.