Chosen as Eastern reserves were forward Paul Pierce (Boston), forward Chris Bosh (Miami), forward Luol Deng (Chicago), center Roy Hibbert (Indiana), guard Andre Iguodala (Philadelphia), guard Joe Johnson (Atlanta) and guard Deron Williams (New Jersey Nets).
Reserves were chosen by the league's 30 head coaches, who were asked to vote for seven players in their respective conferences – two guards, two forwards, one center and two players regardless of position – and were not permitted to vote for players from their own team.
Starters were selected by fan balloting.
Western starters: Durant, former Oklahoma standout Blake Griffin (Los Angeles Clippers), guard Chris Paul (Clippers), guard Kobe Bryant (L.A. Lakers) and center Andrew Bynum (Lakers).
Eastern starters: Forward LeBron James (Miami), forward Carmelo Anthony (New York), guard Dwyane Wade (Miami), guard Derrick Rose (Chicago), and center Dwight Howard (Orlando).
The East and West coaches and coaching staffs will be determined by the best record in the conference through games played Feb. 15.
Heading into Thursday's game against the Kings, Brooks was one victory away from becoming the Western Conference coach.
NBA commissioner David Stern will select replacements for any player unable to participate. If the injured player is a starter, the head coach of that team will determine who replaces him in the starting lineup.