Brandon Jennings of the Milwaukee Bucks didn't make the cut for the NBA All-Star Eastern Conference squad. The reserves for the February 17th game in Houston were announced Thursday night. Jennings was passed over in favor of Philadelphia's Jrue Holliday and Cleveland's Kyrie Irving as back up guards. Irivng is averaging 23.7 points a game for the Cavaliers, a team that is next to last in the East with a record of 11-32. Holliday averages 19 points and 9 assists per game for the 17-25 76ers. Jennings is averaging 18.7 points a game, 5.8 assists and is third in the league at 2 steals per game for a Bucks team that is 22-18 on the year. The other Eastern Conference reserves are Chris Bosh of Miami, Tyson Chandler of New York, Luol Deng and Joakim Noah of Chicago and Paul George of Indiana. The Western reserves include Tim Duncan of San Antonio, making 14 All Star appearances for the veteran.