NEW YORK (AP) — Nneka Oguwmike, Brittney Griner and Breanna Stewart headline the Western Conference WNBA All-Star reserves.

The trio will be joined by Skylar Diggins-Smith, Chelsea Gray and Seimone Augustus on Saturday in Seattle at the league’s All-Star contest. Griner won’t play after injuring her ankle and knee last week and will be replaced by WNBA President Lisa Borders.

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Connecticut’s Alyssa Thomas will give the Sun three All-Stars as she was announced as a reserve on Tuesday. Atlanta teammates Layshia Clarendon and Elizabeth Williams will also be in Seattle as well as Indiana’s Candice Dupree and Chicago’s Allie Quigley and Stefanie Dolson.

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Borders will also have to name a replacement for Elena Delle Donne, who is out with a sprained ankle.

Six of the reserves will be playing in their first All-Star Game.

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