For the fifth straight season, Jayson Tatum will be representing Bradley Beal Elite as a NBA All-Star and for the second straight time, he’ll do it from the starting lineup, looking to go back-to-back as All-Star MVP.

Jayson was officially announced as a 2024 NBA All-Star, joining Joel Embiid, Giannis Antetokunmpo in the frontcourt, alongside Tyrese Hailiburton and Damian Lillard as East starters. Starters are selected through a combination of fan, player and coach ballots. JT was second in fan voting, and third in player and coaches voting for East frontcourt players.

Last season, Jayson scored 55 points in the All-Star Game, lifting Team Giannis to a victory.

This year, the All-Star Game will return to its old format, pitting the East against the West.

Jayson remains one of the top performers in the sport in his seventh NBA season. He ranks 12th in the league, averaging 26.8 points per game. He’s also Top 25 in rebounds per game (8.4) and three-pointers made per game (3.0). His 55% effective field goal percentage is a career-high and he has the Celtics running away with the top spot in the Eastern Conference at 37-11.

The 2024 NBA All-Star Game will be played on Sunday, February 18th in Indianapolis and will air on TNT.