Only 24 NBA players participate in the annual All-Star Game, so there are plenty of talented players who have never been named All-Star.

There are also players who have only been able to do one season.

Sometimes other All-Stars or injured, or a player just had a season that was outlier compared to his other seasons.

Four players fans might have forgotten to make the All-Star Game are Devin Harris, DeAndre Jordan, Brook Lopez and Kyle Korver.

Devin Harris 2009 season:

Harris was sent to the New Jersey Nets in the 2008 season as part of the blockbuster deal that landed Dallas Mavericks Hall of Famer Jason Kidd.

In his first full season at New Jersey, he averaged a career-high 21.3 points per game.

He also dished out 6.9 assists, grabbed 3.3 rebounds and had 1.7 steals per game.

Harris made the All-Star Game at just 25 and looked like one of the NBA’s rising stars.

However, the Nets missed the NBA playoffs and only went 34-48.

It was the only season Harris made the All-Star Game.

Brook Lopez 2013 Season:

Lopez spent the first nine seasons of his NBA career with the New Jersey (and Brooklyn) Nets.

During the team’s first season in Brooklyn, Lopez averaged 19.4 points, 6.9 rebounds, and 1.9 blocks per game.

He made the All-Star Game at just 24 years old.

Ironically, Lopez wasn’t even the team’s star player.

Deron Williams and Joe Johnson were considered the two most notable players on the roster that season, but neither was named All-Star.

The Nets would lose in the first round of the NBA playoffs to the Chicago Bulls in Game 7.

Lopez had a very solid career and won the NBA championship with the Milwaukee Bucks in 2021, but that was the only time he made the All-Star Game.

Kyle Korver’s 2015 season:

Korver is a very notable player for his incredible three-point shooting, but he’s always had a role player throughout his career.

Surprisingly, the Atlanta Hawks were so good in 2015 that four of their players were named All-Stars.

Korver averaged 12.1 points per game on a remarkable 49.1 percent shooting from three-point range.

He played 17 years in the NBA, but that was his only trip to the All-Star Game.

DeAndre Jordan season 2017:

Jordan was on some high-profile teams at the Los Angeles Clippers.

Although the team never made it out of the second round of the NBA playoffs, they had a packed roster that included Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Jordan and others.

During the 2017 season, Jordan averaged 12.7 points, 13.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists, and 1.7 blocks per game.

He also shot 71.4% from the field.

Jordan definitely benefited from having Paul as a point guard.

He was a very solid player in his 14 NBA seasons and has career averages of 10.8 rebounds per game.

However, it was the only time he made the All-Star Game.