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    2014-2015 NBA All-Stars

    It's almost December, that means the NBA will soon release the all-star ballots. So who do you think will make it and who will get snub?

    WEST:

    PG: Chris Paul
    SG: Kobe Bryant
    SF: Kevin Durant
    PF: Blake Griffin
    C: Anthony Davis

    James Harden
    Marc Gasol
    Tony Parker
    DeMarcus Cousins
    Dwight Howard
    Dirk Nowitzki
    Steph Curry

    Deserve a spot but won't get in:

    Mike Conley Jr
    Klay Thompson
    Damien Lillard
    LaMarcus ALdridge



    East:

    PG: Rose
    SG: Dwayne Wade
    SF: Melo
    PF: LeBron
    C: Kevin Love


    Chris Bosh
    Al Horford
    Kyle Lowry
    John Wall
    Deron Williams
    Terrance Ross (DeMare DeRozan)
    Someone from the Bucks (Jabari or the Greek Kid)


    Note:

    Guys like Kobe, Melo, Kd, Rose will be voted starters regardless of their team's record or injuries.
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    Mods i messed up on the title. It's 2014 not 2024
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    Terrance Ross?? Jabari?? I'll have what you're having.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tredigs View Post
    Terrance Ross?? Jabari?? I'll have what you're having.
    lol Ross isn't getting in at all neither is Derozan this year. It'll be Lowry and Lou Williams if he keeps it up in Derozan's place. Brandon knight is more likely than either Jabari or Greak freak.
    Last edited by JustinTime; 11-30-2014 at 02:31 PM.

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    I think curry starts over cp3. Curry is hugely popular these days

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    Did Westbrook get abducted by his alien relatives?

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    Jimmy Butler & Pau should make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DamnGoat View Post
    Jimmy Butler & Pau should both make it.
    Good Ol pau, man do I miss him.

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    rose isnt getting my vote

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    kyrie over d wil probably

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    Quote Originally Posted by archdevil84 View Post
    kyrie over d wil probably
    Nah Rose was winning the votes even when he was out, he'll make it.

    Butler will get a bench spot.

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    West
    Curry
    Kobe
    Durant
    Griffin
    Davis

    bench
    Thompson
    Paul
    Cousins
    Gasol
    Dirk
    Harden
    Lillard

    East:

    Rose
    Butler
    Lebron
    Carmelo
    Bosh


    bench
    Lowry
    Noah/Gasol
    Horford
    Wall
    Wade
    Love
    Irving
    Last edited by Kaner; 11-30-2014 at 03:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaner View Post
    West
    Curry
    Kobe
    Durant
    Griffin
    Davis

    bench
    Thompson
    Paul
    Cousins
    Gasol
    Dirk
    Harden
    Lillard

    East:

    Rose
    Butler
    Lebron
    Carmelo
    Bosh


    bench
    Lowry
    Noah
    Horford
    Wall
    Wade
    Love
    Irving
    Lowry is the East's best PG and should start but it's a popularity contest so he won't

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    The west is so hard because there are a lot of players that deserve a spot.

    The east is so hard because there are a lot of players that don't deserve a spot.


    Someone from the Bucks have to be in there. Coming into the season everyone thought they would fighting for the worst seed in the NBA with the 76ers. if the season ended today they'll have homecourt in the first round. I know thats not saying much, its the east. BUT STILL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lamzoka View Post
    The west is so hard because there are a lot of players that deserve a spot.

    The east is so hard because there are a lot of players that don't deserve a spot.


    Someone from the Bucks have to be in there. Coming into the season everyone thought they would fighting for the worst seed in the NBA with the 76ers. if the season ended today they'll have homecourt in the first round. I know thats not saying much, its the east. BUT STILL.
    Nah, they'd make the playoffs but not HCA. They're really not good, they're average (-1.3 differential). I don't think they'll get special treatment for a player due to being a .500 level team. If one of them do get in though it should probably be Knight.

    Plenty of other guys that would get picked over him though; Millsap, Noah, Rondo, JJ, Vuvecic, etc.

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