Joel Embiid remains third among Eastern Conference frontcourt players in the third round of NBA All-Star voting by fans, released Thursday.

Like the previous two rounds, he is the only 76ers player among the top 10 vote-getters of all Eastern Conference players.

The East’s top three frontcourt vote-getters are Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant (5,496,513 votes), Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (5,124,925), and then Embiid (3,305,229). The Boston Celtics’ Jayson Tatum (1,580,022) remains a distant fourth.

The Chicago Bulls’ DeMar DeRozan (4,121,034), Atlanta Hawks’ Trae Young (2,147,111), Bulls’ Zach LaVine (1,988,452) and Nets’ James Harden (1,962,928) are the conference’s four leading guards.

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Los Angeles Lakers forward and four-time MVP LeBron James is the league’s top vote-getter with 6,827,449 votes, while Durant leads the East. The leading vote-getter from each conference will be named team captains.

Fans account for 50% of the All-Star votes to determine the 10 starters for the NBA All-Star Game, which is scheduled to be played Feb. 20 in Cleveland. A media panel and current NBA players will each account for 25% of the vote. The voters must pick two guards and three frontcourt players from each conference on their ballots.

Fan voting concludes on Saturday at midnight. The NBA All-Star Game starters, including the two team captains, will be revealed Jan. 27 during TNT NBA Tip-Off.

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Embiid is expected to become the franchise’s first player to be voted to start in his fifth consecutive NBA All-Star Games since Allen Iverson did it seven straight times from 2000-06. The center is fourth in the league in scoring (28.0 points per game) and 10th in rebounding (10.6).