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    Man, DWest gets no love from fans...
    true. he doesn't play the sportscenter above the rim style that most voters crave.

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    I would eat my hat if George Hill was an All Star, and I'm his 2nd biggest fan(sup mattie!)
    Lol funny because I think he's having kind of a down year so far. Very up and down.

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    Game is in New Orleans I believe. I say this year for the East, I wouldn't even be that mad (well the Pacers part I'd love) if it were the starting 5 of the Pacers, all Heat starters besides Battier, Melo, Kyrie, and John Wall lol. Hardly anyone else on any team deserves to make it.
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    The way they separate the positions is laughable. If you are going to separate it into two categories at least do it in the way that makes the most sense, post and wings. Actually the best way would be to separate it into three, PG, Wing, and Post. That way every position is covered, instead of having two small forwards starting for your power forward and center. They could also get rid of conference voting so everyone is in just one big giant pool. Then try to balance it after the players are selected.

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    I really feel bad for Evan Turner and Arron Afflalo. Turner deserves to be higher than #9 and Arron should definitely be on that list. I'm glad to see Hill making the top 10 but Evan and Arron should be higher than him. Then again, all 3 of them deserve to be higher than Ray Allen so there's that.
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    LeBron=center

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    Between the East and the West, it's tough to decide which is the biggest joke of a selection (so far)

    Jeremy Lin 4th among guards, over Westbrook, Parker, Lillard, Harden, Rubio?
    LaMarcus Aldridge 8th among forwards?
    Rondo and Garnett 6th at their position?
    Lillard with less votes than Nash?
    Bryant best guard in the west?

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    I love that Kyrie Irving is he only star in the NBA that isn't held up to the standard of winning games like everyone else...

    At what point does the sympathy card for Cleveland run out? It's been what, four seasons now? They can't beak into the top 8 in a historically weak conference, and Irving just skips on by as a perennial all star....
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    I love that Kyrie Irving is he only star in the NBA that isn't held up to the standard of winning games like everyone else...

    At what point does the sympathy card for Cleveland run out? It's been what, four seasons now? They can't beak into the top 8 in a historically weak conference, and Irving just skips on by as a perennial all star....
    Do you mean press-wise, or in relation to this all star ballot? Or both?

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    Both, the press is what drives the fan vote.

    Irving is the only superstar I've ever seen that can't even raise his team's level of play to .500 annually and get absolutely zero criticism.

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    Do we pay way too much attention to it? I mean it has reached such ridiculous levels with the fan voting that I think maybe we shouldn't even bother that much? Garnett 6th? Whaaaaaat? Wait, what?

    It's a nice event to have for the fans but I'll have the All NBA teams every single time for a better measure.
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    Both, the press is what drives the fan vote.

    Irving is the only superstar I've ever seen that can't even raise his team's level of play to .500 annually and get absolutely zero criticism.
    I didn't think he should have been an All-Star last year. Then again, I have a hard time giving an All- Star nod to anyone on a losing team.
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    my standards aren't that high. But you should at least lead a respectable team if you're that good.

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    I sorted want to see the Lebron vs Dwight Howard lineup for a few minutes just to see how it plays out. The ultimate small ball vs post players lineup.

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    I would expect the Pacers to have 3 all stars. PG, Roy, and West
    If West wasn't an all-star last year, then I doubt it happens this year.

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    It's a joke that Wade and Melo are in it, Irving? please.

    Oh and Chalmers is on the list? hahahahahahaha

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    How many players get in? Are the roster spots by position?
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    PG: John Wall
    SG: Paul George
    SF: Carmelo Anthony
    PF: LeBron James
    C: Roy Hibbert

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    PG: John Wall
    SG: Paul George
    SF: Carmelo Anthony
    PF: LeBron James
    C: Roy Hibbert

    Get yo popcorn ready.
    Well, not quite. PG is in the frontcourt list along with LBJ, so the starters in the East right now are (and are likely to continue to be):

    SF: Paul George
    PF: LeBron James
    C: Carmelo Anthony (cracks me up just to type that. Of course, typing C: LeBron James would crack me up almost as much)
    PG: Kyrie Irving
    SG: Dwayne Injury Wade
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    It's a joke that Wade and Melo are in it, Irving? please.
    Wade and Melo could lose all of their limbs and people would still vote for them.

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    And then theres Danny all the way at the bottom of the list with one vote.
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    Well, not quite. PG is in the frontcourt list along with LBJ, so the starters in the East right now are (and are likely to continue to be):

    SF: Paul George
    PF: LeBron James
    C: Carmelo Anthony (cracks me up just to type that. Of course, typing C: LeBron James would crack me up almost as much)
    PG: Kyrie Irving
    SG: Dwayne Injury Wade
    Doesn't the coach decide the starting lineup? Or do the votes? I can't imagine Irving over Wall, if the coach decides. If it's voting ... well, the All-Star voting system is already a joke but, c'mon.
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    Doesn't the coach decide the starting lineup? Or do the votes? I can't imagine Irving over Wall, if the coach decides. If it's voting ... well, the All-Star voting system is already a joke but, c'mon.
    That's why the voting is for All-Star starters

    And yes, it's a joke, even though this time it is in our favor to a certain extent.
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    That's why the voting is for All-Star starters

    And yes, it's a joke, even though this time it is in our favor to a certain extent.
    Well, after a couple of minutes, I hope that's the lineup we see(the one I posted)!
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    I'd just like to point out that a Pacer has the 4th most votes out of anyone in the NBA. Makes me smile.
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