Spurs point guard Tony Parker has been selected to his sixth All-Star Game, the NBA announced Thursday.

Parker joins Portland’s LaMarcus Aldridge and Damian Lillard, Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers, Houston’s James Harden and Dwight Howard, and Dirk Nowitzki of Dallas on the Western Conference reserves.

The starters are Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant, Golden State’s Stephen Curry, Blake Griffin of the Clippers, Minnesota’s Kevin Love and Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers. Bryant is currently injured and will not be able to participate.

Parker’s selection continues the Spurs’ streak of 16 straight seasons with at least one All-Star representative. The Spurs have had a rep in 35 of their 38 NBA seasons, with no game in 1999 due to the lockout.

Parker is averaging a team-high 18.1 points and 6.2 assists in his 13th NBA season. He had been averaging his fewest minutes since his rookie season in 2001-02 before an uptick to offset the Spurs’ recent injury problems. His selection was undoubtedly influenced by their strong record: 33-13 despite losing 5 of the past 7 to tie Portland for second in the Western Conference.

Parker, who was previously selected in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 and 2013.