MILWAUKEE -- Brandon Jennings has put his best foot forward.
Now, it's out of his hands.
The coaches' ballots are in as of noon Wednesday and Jennings will find out Thursday if he's been selected to his first NBA All-Star Game and in the process become Milwaukee's first All-Star since Michael Redd in 2004.
The All-Star reserves will be announced at 6 p.m. Central on a special pregame show prior to TNT's usual Thursday night NBA coverage.
"To sum it all up, I wouldn't be surprised if I didn't make it, and I wouldn't be surprised if I did make it, either way," Jennings said.
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.
Tuesday's matchup between Jennings and Philadelphia point guard Jrue Holiday was billed as one last chance for two of the best guards in the league to sway coaches to include them on their ballot.
If the head-to-head battle mattered at all, Jennings won decisively. He scored 25 points with seven a...