Each of the past four years, the NBA All-Star Game has featured at least six newcomers. (The 2013 All-Star Game did even better with seven first-time selections, six from the Eastern Conference alone.) So we know that there's going to be some new blood when the league gathers in Toronto next February -- we just don't know which players will be there for the first time.
The ESPN Summer Forecast turned its attention to new All-Stars on Thursday, with the panel selecting five players from each conference. Here are my top 10 candidates, including seven from the East, where the roster is much easier to crack.