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  1. #1
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    Release your All-Star reserve list

    East

    Paul George
    Deron Williams
    Josh Smith
    Carlos Boozer
    Tyson Chandler
    Chris Bosh
    Jrue Holiday

    Deron gets the pass as the leaders of the Nets even in a crappy season, he's a superstar. Paul George and David West are comparable, but George has had more of an effect at the defensive end. Josh Smith finally gets a nod for the Hawks. Boozer returns to All-Star form this year with 16 points and 10 boards. Chandler has been the Knicks second best player. Bosh gives the Heat 3 All-Stars again. Jrue Holiday's numbers for an outside playoff team are hard to ignore - 19 and 8.8.

    West

    Harden
    Westbrook
    Duncan
    Aldridge
    Randolph
    Parker
    Steph Curry

    You can't leave off Harden, Westbrook, Duncan or Parker. Givens. Steph Curry is becoming a star for a top seeded Warrior team, Randolph has been a leader of the Grizz team and Aldridge will sneak in.
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    Final balloting

    EASTERN CONFERENCE
    Frontcourt
    LeBron James (Mia) 1,583,646
    Carmelo Anthony (NYK) 1,460,950
    Kevin Garnett (Bos) 553,222

    Chris Bosh (Mia) 528,014
    Tyson Chandler (NYK) 467,968
    Paul Pierce (Bos) 294,213
    Joakim Noah (Chi) 230,796
    Josh Smith (Atl) 187,174
    Shane Battier (Mia) 151,877
    Anderson Varejao (Cle) 149,246
    Amar'e Stoudemire (NYK) 147,720
    Luol Deng (Chi) 130,744
    Andrew Bynum (Phi) 111,902
    Brook Lopez (BKN) 108,978
    Jeff Green (Bos) 91,356
    Backcourt
    Dwyane Wade (Mia) 1,052,310
    Rajon Rondo (Bos) 924,180

    Deron Williams (BKN) 449,791
    Kyrie Irving (Cle) 445,730
    Ray Allen (Mia) 326,186
    Monta Ellis (Mil) 123,096
    Raymond Felton (NYK) 105,340
    Jrue Holiday (Phi) 103,146
    Jason Terry (Bos) 88,708
    Paul George (Ind) 80,060
    WESTERN CONFERENCE
    Frontcourt
    Kevin Durant (OKC) 1,504,047
    Dwight Howard (LAL) 922,070
    Blake Griffin (LAC) 863,832

    Tim Duncan (SA) 492,373
    Pau Gasol (LAL) 310,845
    Kevin Love (Min) 283,458
    Omer Asik (Hou) 240,467
    Serge Ibaka (OKC) 197,063
    Rudy Gay (Mem) 182,523
    David Lee (GS) 165,875
    LaMarcus Aldridge (Por) 160,197
    Marc Gasol (Mem) 153,459
    Zach Randolph (Mem) 146,980
    Dirk Nowitzki (Dal) 145,776
    Chandler Parsons (Hou) 144,697
    Backcourt
    Kobe Bryant (LAL) 1,591,437
    Chris Paul (LAC) 929,155

    Jeremy Lin (Hou) 883,809
    James Harden (Hou) 485,986
    Russell Westbrook (OKC) 376,411
    Steve Nash (LAL) 270,741
    Tony Parker (SA) 176,168
    Stephen Curry (GS) 169,083
    Ricky Rubio (Min) 150,227
    Manu Ginobili (SA) 118,293

    Who makes the reserves?
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    Deron better not make the all star team over Jrue. He isn't even a top 5 pg this season .

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    Even though Boozer has been playing good the last 10 games he shouldn't make it over Noah who has been busting his *** off all season .

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    Lol how did Ray get over 300K votes.

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    East:

    Paul George
    Brook Lopez (or Joe Johnson)
    Josh Smith
    Joakim Noah
    Tyson Chandler
    Chris Bosh
    Jrue Holiday

    West:

    Harden
    Westbrook
    Duncan
    Crawford
    Randolph
    Parker
    David Lee

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    holidayyyyy
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    EASTERN CONFERENCE
    LeBron James (Mia) 1,583,646
    Carmelo Anthony (NYK) 1,460,950
    Kevin Garnett (Bos) 553,222
    Dwyane Wade (Mia) 1,052,310
    Rajon Rondo (Bos) 924,180


    WESTERN CONFERENCE
    Kevin Durant (OKC) 1,504,047
    Dwight Howard (LAL) 922,070
    Blake Griffin (LAC) 863,832
    Kobe Bryant (LAL) 1,591,437
    Chris Paul (LAC) 929,155

    So each team gets 7 more (at least 2 more back court and three more front court)

    East:

    Kyrie (BC)
    Holiday (BC)
    Pierce (FC)
    Lopez (FC)
    Noah (FC)
    Chandler
    Bosh

    West:
    Harden (BC)
    Westbrook (BC)
    Duncan (FC)
    Jefferson (FC)
    Lee (FC)
    Parker
    Randolph


    That's tough. There are few good back court candidates in the East after Kyrie and Holiday...and Holiday isn't much more deserving than some of the others. Josh Smith is a decent snub, as is Paul George, Deng and Boozer. It's hard to distinguish between Lopez, Noah, Bosh and Chandler for me at least, so I put them all in.

    Out west the back court options are much more obvious. Harden, Westbrook and Parker HAVE to make it. Millsap, Aldridge, Marc Gasol, Ibaka, Ryan Anderson, Batum and even Cousins are decent snubs as well.


    It's always tough. That's my best stab at it, but it's probably not perfect at all.
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    Nic Vucevic deserves consideration in the East, he's having a monster season thus far...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JNoel View Post
    Nic Vucevic deserves consideration in the East, he's having a monster season thus far...
    I agree too bad that team record sucks

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    Vucevic is having a nice year, but there are a lot of centers in the East having as good, if not better, seasons than him. Lopez, Bosh, Chandler, Horford, Noah etc. all probably deserve it more, and that's not including PFs like Boozer, and SFs like Josh Smith, Luol Deng and Paul George that he's competing with for spots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRamForPrez24 View Post
    EASTERN CONFERENCE
    LeBron James (Mia) 1,583,646
    Carmelo Anthony (NYK) 1,460,950
    Kevin Garnett (Bos) 553,222
    Dwyane Wade (Mia) 1,052,310
    Rajon Rondo (Bos) 924,180


    WESTERN CONFERENCE
    Kevin Durant (OKC) 1,504,047
    Dwight Howard (LAL) 922,070
    Blake Griffin (LAC) 863,832
    Kobe Bryant (LAL) 1,591,437
    Chris Paul (LAC) 929,155

    So each team gets 7 more (at least 2 more back court and three more front court)

    East:

    Kyrie (BC)
    Holiday (BC)
    Pierce (FC)
    Lopez (FC)
    Noah (FC)
    Chandler
    Bosh

    West:
    Harden (BC)
    Westbrook (BC)
    Duncan (FC)
    Jefferson (FC)
    Lee (FC)
    Parker
    Randolph


    That's tough. There are few good back court candidates in the East after Kyrie and Holiday...and Holiday isn't much more deserving than some of the others. Josh Smith is a decent snub, as is Paul George, Deng and Boozer. It's hard to distinguish between Lopez, Noah, Bosh and Chandler for me at least, so I put them all in.

    Out west the back court options are much more obvious. Harden, Westbrook and Parker HAVE to make it. Millsap, Aldridge, Marc Gasol, Ibaka, Ryan Anderson, Batum and even Cousins are decent snubs as well.


    It's always tough. That's my best stab at it, but it's probably not perfect at all.
    Pierce is a HIGHLY questionable call on your part. The Celtics are not having three All-Stars at 20-18 so I say there's a 5% chance he makes it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRamForPrez24 View Post
    Vucevic is having a nice year, but there are a lot of centers in the East having as good, if not better, seasons than him. Lopez, Bosh, Chandler, Horford, Noah etc. all probably deserve it more, and that's not including PFs like Boozer, and SFs like Josh Smith, Luol Deng and Paul George that he's competing with for spots.
    Averages most rebounds in the East. I would rather see him over Bosh tbh, there's a slim chance he will get the last spot.

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    Lin is making it for sure as a reserve look at his votes.....

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    Celtics 3 all-stars and Hawks/Pacers none? And I like Kyrie, but he is on a 10 win team. If that is the case, Monta Ellis should of had some selections with the Warriors. IMO take Pierce and Kyrie off, add Josh Smith and George.

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