Wilson and Delle Donne will pick from a pool of the remaining eight starters and a dozen reserves.
Starters for the 2019 WNBA All-Star Game were announced on ESPN's The Jump.
Delle Donne's team lost to Candace Parker's squad previous year in the All-Star contest. In 2018, she helped lead Washington to a 22-12 record and a WNBA Finals appearance.More news: Bitpoint Hack: Japan Still Most Affected By Crypto Heists
Fans make up 50 percent of the vote to determine the starters, while current WNBA players and a media panel accounted for 25 percent each.
Natasha Howard of Seattle, Connecticut's Jonquel Jones, Liz Cambage of Las Vegas and Brittney Griner of Las Vegas are the other frontcourt starters.
Kia Nurse of the New York Liberty was named one of ten starters for the upcoming WNBA All-Star Game. She is third in free throws made (56) and sixth in attempts (61). She is also the youngest starter this season.
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The league's coaches will vote for the 12 reserves - three guards, five frontcourt players and four utility choices. She'll be joined by Aces teammates Liz Cambage and Kayla McBride in the starting lineup.
Through 15 games this season, Wilson is averaging 16.4 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game, with a usage rate of 24.6%, a field goal percentage of 49.7%, a plus/minus average of 4.1 and a player impact estimate of 14.5, all top-20 marks in the league. Nurse is in her second year in the WNBA after being drafted 10th overall last year.
The WNBA added festivities for the night before the All-Star Game with a 3-point shootout, skills competition and beach party.
Laimbeer, a two-time WNBA Coach of the Year (2003, 2015), has earned All-Star head coaching honors for the third time. Laimbeer is a two-time WNBA Coach of the Year (2003, 2015), while Thibault is a three-time victor (2006, 2008, 2013).More news: Rob Gronkowski catches passes from Tom Brady