Charles, Dupree, Bonner highlight WNBA All-Star reserves
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Following Thursday's unveiling of the 2019 WNBA All-Star starters, the league has released the remaining 12 participants, as selected by coaches.

The New York Liberty's Tina Charles and Indiana Fever's Candice Dupree lead the pack; both were selected for a seventh time.

First-time All-Stars include Diamond DeShields of the Chicago Sky, Odyssey Sims of the Minnesota Lynx, and the Fever's Erica Wheeler.

Here's the entire list of reserves:

C Tina Charles Liberty 7
F Candice Dupree Fever 7
C Sylvia Fowles Lynx 6
F Nneka Ogwumike Sparks 6
F DeWanna Bonner Mercury 3
G Allie Quigley Sky 3
G Kristi Toliver Mystics 3
F Alyssa Thomas Sun 2
G Courtney Vandersloot Sky 2
G Odyssey Sims Lynx 1
G Diamond DeShields Sky 1
G Erica Wheeler Fever 1

And as a reminder, here are the starters, including captains Elena Delle Donne and A'ja Wilson:

F Elena Delle Donne Mystics 6
C Brittney Griner Mercury 6
C Liz Cambage Aces 3
G Kayla McBride Aces 3
G Chelsea Gray Sparks 3
C Jonquel Jones Sun 2
G Jewell Loyd Storm 2
F A'ja Wilson Aces 2
F Natasha Howard Storm 1
G Kia Nurse Liberty 1

This year's star-studded exhibition will take place on July 27 in Las Vegas.

Charles, Dupree, Bonner highlight WNBA All-Star reserves
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