This is the final return before the NBA announces the All-Star ’11 starters on TNT on January 27. So, what you see below isn’t ‘final’ per se, but it looks like current MVP top-runners Amar’e and DRose made the jump into the East’s starting lineup. Oh, and don’t look now, but Blake Griffin just passed Tim Duncan and Dirk Nowitzki.

2011 NBA ALL-STAR BALLOTING
EAST FORWARDS
LeBron James1,518,807
Amar’e Stoudemire1,143,391
Kevin Garnett1,049,544
Paul Pierce578,473
Chris Bosh427,551
Carlos Boozer320,661
Josh Smith280,158
Danilo Gallinari259,619
Danny Granger201,653
Luol Deng191,312
EAST GUARDS
Dwyane Wade1,499,768
Derrick Rose1,225,575
Rajon Rondo1,171,311
Ray Allen630,588
John Wall260,893
Brandon Jennings254,614
Raymond Felton246,208
Gilbert Arenas240,586
Jamal Crawford163,971
Darren Collison156,230
EAST CENTERS
Dwight Howard1,537,619
Shaquille O’Neal639,661
Joakim Noah291,107
Andrew Bogut245,253
Al Horford193,449
Roy Hibbert183,092
Andrea Bargnani162,364
Brook Lopez125,022
JaVale McGee106,710
Ben Wallace79,017
WEST FORWARDS
Kevin Durant1,270,729
Carmelo Anthony945,720
Pau Gasol851,456
Blake Griffin702,784
Tim Duncan663,487
Dirk Nowitzki615,243
Lamar Odom364,950
Luis Scola258,407
Kevin Love347,986
Caron Butler205,146
WEST GUARDS
Kobe Bryant1,757,216
Chris Paul949,049
Manu Ginobili593,718
Steve Nash522,215
Deron Williams487,887
Russell Westbrook463,250
Tony Parker355,993
Jason Kidd303,164
Vince Carter277,430
Kevin Martin266,037
WEST CENTERS
Yao Ming928,928
Andrew Bynum660,576
Nene389,263
Marc Gasol352,136
Emeka Okafor317,677
Brendan Haywood276,777
Marcus Camby201,133
Chris Kaman165,684
Andris Biedrins126,567
DeMarcus Cousins110,230