The All-Star drought will continue for the Milwaukee Bucks.

As the All-Star reserves were announced Thursday, Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings and shooting guard Monta Ellis weren't selected by the Eastern Conference coaches.

The Bucks haven't had an All-Star since Michael Redd during the 2003-04 season. Since 1997, only Ray Allen, Glenn Robinson and Redd have represented Milwaukee in the All-Star Game.

Jennings had the best chance of breaking the streak, but the fourth-year point guard won't be making his first All-Star appearance. The 23-year-old is averaging 18.7 points, 3.5 rebounds, a career-best 5.8 assists and career-best 2.0 steals per game.

Instead, Eastern Conference coaches chose Philadelphia point guard Jrue Holiday and Cleveland point guard Kyrie Irving as the reserve guards. This year, coaches could select two "wild card" players in addition to the two guards and three frontcourt players, giving players like Jennings a better chance at making the team.

Chicago's Joakim Noah and Luol Deng, Indiana's Paul George, Miami's Chris Bosh and New York's Tyson Chandler rounded out the Eastern Conference's reserves.

In the Western Conference, San Antonio's Tim Duncan and Tony Parker, Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge, Houston's James Harden, Golden State's David Lee, Memphis' Zach Randolph and Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook were named reserves.

Making the All-Star team has been a longtime goal for Jennings. When he wasn't offered a contract extension before the season, the former first-round pick was motivated to let his play on the court do the talking, including setting his sights on making his first trip to the All-Star Game.