For Noah, it will be his first appearance as in All-Star.
The six-year center has seen his numbers rise across the board. He is averaging 12.2 points, 10.9 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 1.3 steals, 2.1 blocks in 38.3 minutes per game.
“I’m extremely excited to be recognized as an All-Star for the first time,” Joakim Noah said in a statement released by the Bulls. “It’s more of a team honor than an individual honor, because it would not have been possible without my teammates and coaches. I look forward to representing my teammates and the Bulls organization during All-Star Weekend.”
Deng will be making his second consecutive All-Star appearance and is leading the league in minutes at 39.8 and leads the Bulls in scoring at 17.4 per night.
Noah joins other first-time All-Stars' Indiana's Paul George, Cleveland's Kyrie Irving, Philadelphia's Jrue Holiday and New York's Tyson Chandler.
Miami's Chris Bosh completes the reserves.
Rajon Rondo, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Garnett are the East starters.
The Western Conference reserves are Russell Westbrook, James Harden, Tony Parker, David Lee, Zach Randolph, LaMarcus Aldridge and Tim Duncan.
The starters are Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin and Dwight Howard.