Toronto Raptors stars Fred VanVleet and Pascal Siakam climbed one spot apiece in the latest NBA All-Star fan ballot.

The league released its third round of fan voting Thursday and VanVleet saw his stock rise from eighth to seventh among guards in the East, while Siakam jumped up from eighth to seventh among forwards. Fan voting is set to end Saturday.

VanVleet is averaging a career-best 21.8 points per game on 42.6 per cent from the field and 39.9 per cent from deep. The Rockford, Ill., native was also named Eastern Conference Player of the Week earlier this month after his 37-point triple-double in a win over the Utah Jazz.

VanVleet rose from 10th to eighth from the first to the second round of fan balloting.

Siakam, 27, is averaging 21.0 points per game on 47.3 per cent from the field and 33 per cent from three. He's also posted career-highs in rebounds (8.3) and assists (4.9) through his first 29 games of the campaign.

In the Western Conference, Canadian Andrew Wiggins continues to hold a spot in the starting lineup, sitting third in fan voting among West forwards. The Toronto native's efficiency has skyrocketed since joining the Warriors and he enters play Thursday shooting a career-best 49.1 per cent from the field and 42.3 from beyond the arc while averaging 18.5 points a night on the second-place Golden State Warriors. 

LeBron James takes over the overall lead in fan votes with just under seven million, surpassing Steph Curry's lead from last week.

If voting ended today, James, Curry and Wiggins would make up the West's starting lineup alongside Nikola Jokic of the Denver Nuggets and Ja Morant of the Memphis Grizzlies. Kevin Durant, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Joel Embiid, DeMar DeRozan and Trae Young would start for the East.