Voting begins for 2017 All-Star Game, runs through July 6

WASHINGTON, DC -  MAY 8: Sylvia Fowles
WASHINGTON, DC -  MAY 8: Sylvia Fowles /

Decision 2017 is upon us in the WNBA.

The league announced that fan voting for the 2017 All-Star Game will launch Tuesday afternoon and run through July 6. Fan votes will be counted alongside those from active WNBA players and media.

There are four ways for fans to participate: The WNBA’s player index web page, the WNBA app, Facebook and Twitter. Fans can choose up to 10 players per day on any platform, and every player that is on a roster is eligible to receive votes.

On the WNBA website and mobile app, fans simply select their desired players. To cast votes through Facebook, users must include the player’s name with the hashtag #WNBAVote. The hashtag will also work on Twitter as long as the user’s account is public. Tweets must also include the player’s name or handle, and retweets will also count as a vote.

Starters from each conference will be revealed July 11 on “SportsCenter.” Reserves will be announced a week later. As usual, WNBA head coaches will choose the reserves.

The All-Star Game will take place July 22 at Key Arena in Seattle.