Stephen Curry top ASG vote-getter

— -- The Warriors' Stephen Curry has dethroned The King.

Curry made a late surge to pass LeBron James as the overall leading NBA All-Star Game starter vote-getter, the league announced Thursday.

Pau and Marc Gasol were voted the first brothers to start in the All-Star Game, while Toronto's Kyle Lowry made a late surge in fan balloting and will start for the Eastern Conference.

Lowry passed Dwyane Wade and will start alongside Washington's John Wall, the first time the East has had two first-time starters at guard since 2000.

Kobe Bryant was also voted to start at West guard, though that's in jeopardy because of a torn right rotator cuff.

Pau Gasol of Chicago will start up front for the East along with James and Carmelo Anthony for the Feb. 15 game at Madison Square Garden in New York. Memphis' Marc Gasol joins New Orleans' Anthony Davis and the Clippers' Blake Griffin in the frontcourt.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr will coach the Western Conference All-Stars and Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer will coach the East.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.