MILWAUKEE Milwaukee Bucks fans will have to wait another year to see one of their players in the National Basketball Association All-Star Game.No Bucks players were among the seven reserves selected by a vote of Eastern Conference coaches. Point guard Brandon Jennings had been considered a leading candidate to become Milwaukee's first All-Star since 2004, averaging a team-high 18.9 points in 25 games, all starts. He's also the team leader with 5.3 assists and 1.6 steals. The Bucks' last All-Star representative was Michael Redd. Redd played 15 minutes in that contest, scoring 13 points on 5-of-12 shooting and hit three of six 3-pointers in the East's 136-132 loss to the Western Conference in Los Angeles.In all, the Bucks have put 17 players in the All-Star Game, combining for 38 appearances. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the franchise's all-time leader with six appearances (four starts), and current assistant coach Sidney Moncrief is second with five appearances (two starts). Marques Johnson went to the All-Star Game four times, and Ray Allen, Glenn Robinson and Vin Baker each made three appearances as Bucks.