None of the Knicks are on track to be starters at the All-Star Game on Feb. 19 in New Orleans.
Carmelo Anthony (189,817 votes) is fifth among frontcourt players, while Kristaps Porzingis (184,166) is seventh. Top vote-getter LeBron James has 595,288 votes.
Derrick Rose is fifth among guards with 129,924 votes. Top vote-getter Kyrie Irving has 543,030 votes.
The starters will be determined 50 percent by the fan vote and 50 percet by media and player vote, with the top five players (three frontcourt players and two guards) selected.
These are only the first returns, but fifth in the voting amongst frontcourt players is an unfamiliar place for Anthony. Even when the Knicks have struggled in the past, he's proven to be an individual favorite year in and year out.
Anthony's scoring average is up ever so slightly, but the rest of his numbers are down across the board from last season. With players like Porzingis, Joakim Noah, and Kyle O'Quinn manning the paint, Anthony hasn't had to muscle his way inside as often.
The ball appears to be going through him less on offense, with penetrating point guards Derrick Rose and Brandon Jennings running the show. The talent around Anthony was supposed to make things easier on him, but he's struggled to find a consistent rhythm this season.
If the Knicks can put an end to their losing streak and string together some wins, perhaps that'll provide their players with a boost in the voting. Given his increasing popularity, Porzingis might be expected to potentially surge through the ratings sooner instead.