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

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.

Chicago’s Elena Delle Donne was the top vote getter while Tulsa’s Skylar Diggins received the most votes of any player in the West.

The 12 WNBA head coaches will select the reserves by voting for six players within their own conference: two backcourt players, three frontcourt players, and a player from either position. Coaches are not permitted to vote for players on their own team. The league will announce the reserves during ESPN2’s national telecast of the Los Angeles Sparks and Mercury on Tuesday, July 21 at 11 p.m. ET.

Take a look at what players were voted by the fans to be starters.

Eastern Conference All-Stars

Elena Delle Donne


Elena Delle Donne has taken home Player of the Week honors three times this season and has scored more than 40 points in a game twice.

  • Averaging a league-best 25.8 points per game
  • Third All-Star selection

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Shoni Schimmel


Shoni Schimmel was voted into the WNBA All-Star Game for the second time in as many seasons.

  • Second All-Star selection
  • Reigning WNBA All-Star Game MVP
  • Scored an All-Star Game record 29 points

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Tamika Catchings


The Indiana Fever’s Tamika Catchings will make history on July 25 when she plays in her 10th WNBA All-Star Gane — the most all-time.

  • All 10 All-Star selections have been as a starter
  • Averaging 13.3 points per game

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Tina Charles


Tina Charles has helped guide the Liberty to the top of the Eastern Conference and is seventh in the league in scoring (16.2 PPG) and has recorded five double doubles.

  • Fourth All-Star selection
  • Has scored in double figures in all of New York’s wins

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Angel McCoughtry


Angel McCoughtry has helped keep Atlanta afloat in a tightly contested Eastern Conference through the first half of the season.

  • Third All-Star selection
  • Second-leading scorer in the WNBA at 21.9 points per game

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Western Conference All-Stars

Skylar Diggins


Before her ACL injury, Skylar Diggins was having an incredible season for the Tulsa Shock, leading them to the top of the Western Conference at the time.

  • Second All-Star selection
  • Was averaging 17.8 points and 5.6 assists per game

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Seimone Augustus


Augustus has been consistent as she’s ever been and is ninth in the league in scoring this season.

  • Sixth All-Star selection
  • Averaging 14.9 points per game

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Maya Moore


The reigning WNBA Most Valuable Player has come on as of late and is pacing a Lynx offense that is posting a 103 offensive rating and scoring 76.5 points per game.

  • Fourth All-Star selection
  • Third in WNBA in scoring, averaging 18.3 points per game

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Brittney Griner


She’s only played six games but Griner has definitely made an impact in Phoenix, averaging 17.8 points and 8 rebounds per contest.

  • Third All-Star selection
  • Recorded 23 blocks in six games

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Candice Dupree


Candice Dupree was leaned on early in the season to help shoulder the scoring load without Griner in the fold, and she’s done quite well.

  • Fifth All-Star selection
  • Averaging 14.8 points per game

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