KD prefers not to select ASG team, Curry all-in

Golden State Warriors teammates Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant are neck-and-neck for tops in All-Star balloting among Western Conference players.
But they have starkly different opinions on the new format, in which the player who receives the most votes in each conference will serve as a captain, choosing his team from the pool of players voted in as starters and reserves.
"I don't want to do it," Durant told The Athletic. "I'd rather somebody else do it. It's cool to be an All-Star, but all the extra stuff ... I just want to go play in the game. [The new format]'s cool, a different way, a creative way that's good for the fans. But me, I'll let somebody else pick the teams."
Durant (1,326,059 votes) trails Curry (1,369,658 votes) by a margin of fewer than 44,000 votes.