Pachulia still has a chance to end up being a Western Conference starter, but it's highly unlikely at this point, unless the fan campaign to vote him in picks up some massive steam.
Boston Celtics bucket-getter Isaiah Thomas ranks fourth among Eastern Conference guards after the first returns of All-Star voting, according to a Thursday afternoon National Basketball Association release.
In 2016, thanks to a big push from his Georgia compatriots, as well as help from hip-hop artist and producer Wyclef Jean, Pachulia totaled 768,112 votes and finished fourth among all West frontcourt players.
Milwaukee's Giannis Antetokounmpo now has 500,663 votes and looks poised to make his first All-Star appearance this season.
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They would equal Arsenal's English top-flight record of 14 successive wins between February-August 2002 (over two seasons). They have won four league games in a row, scoring 13 goals in the process and conceding just three.
The NBA has a Zaza Pachulia predicament on its hands again.
Pachulia is now ahead of Kawhi Leonard (341,240), Anthony Davis (318,144) and teammate Draymond Green (236,315).
With the new changes of All-Star voting taking place this year, it's still doubtful that he'll get in. The players and media votes will start next week, accounting for 25% each. Current players and select media representatives get the other 50 percent of the final say in a not-so-simple formula.
Votes are being tallied via the hashtag #NBAVote, as well as an NBA.com poll.
Thunder fans can vote for their favorite players - including back-to-back All-Star Game MVP Russell Westbrook - here. Six Warriors appear on the first returns of the All-Star voting.