Here are the full All-Star teams now:
I for one am happy to see Deng get some credit, though the guy who may be playing the best ball in Chi-town was left off the list while two of his teammates were put on it. Boozer is second on the team is points and rebounds. I love that Paul George got on, because he has been playing amazing ball and in a small market, so it's nice to see him get recognition. On the east, the most glaring omission may be Josh Smith. I was really expecting him to make his first All-Star game. I think it could be argued that he is having a better season than Deng.
In the west there are a couple issues I have, but the biggest is the omission of Stephen Curry. I would have like to see Iggy and Ibaka make the team, but I don't think there is a case for them, even if they are deserving. Same goes for Gay. Batum, Lillard, Gortat and DMC are having good seasons (Gortat not as good as last season), but I understand each of their omissions. Jefferson certainly has a case, especially since Utah has a better record than LAL, yet LAL has two starters and Utah has no All-Stars.
If you could sub in two guys for each conference, who would you put in, and who would take out?