The first All-Star returns are in, and if the current results hold, Bradley Beal would not start in the 2020 NBA All-Star game.

He currently has 149,640 votes, which is good for ninth in the Eastern Conference among guards and 14th in the conference overall. 

East guards who've received more votes than Beal include Trae Young, Kyrie Irving, Kemba Walker, Derrick Rose, Zach LaVine, Ben Simmons, Jaylen Brown and Kyle Lowry. Giannis Antetokounmpo has a commanding lead as the top vote-getter. It looks like he'll be the East's captain for a second consecutive year. 

Beal has been tasked with leading the Wizards himself with John Wall recovering from Achilles surgery. He's averaging a career-high 27.8 points to go along with 6.6 assists and 4.8 rebounds per game. 

The fan vote only counts for half of the final count for All-Star starters. The other half is split between media and player voting. For the players who aren't named starters, the league's head coaches determine the reserves. 

The Wizards clearly aren't in a position to contend for a playoff spot right now, especially with all the injuries they're dealing with in the frontcourt. Beal should probably have more votes than he does at the moment, but there's still time to cast your vote and move him up the list. 

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