Kyrie Irving is expected to be on the NBA's All-Star Game ballot, sources confirmed to the New York Post. 

Because Irving is still on the Brooklyn Nets' roster, he will be on the ballot.

The 71st All-Star Game will be played on Feb. 20th in Cleveland and Irving would be free to play.

The league’s new process calls for the fans to constitute 50 percent of the All-Star vote, while the other half will be split evenly between the media and players.