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    Nba Logo 1st round of NBA All-Star Ballot Returns are in

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    EASTERN CONFERENCE

    Frontcourt

    LeBron James (Heat) 641,348; Carmelo Anthony (Knicks) 573,112; Kevin Garnett (Celtics) 218,246; Chris Bosh (Heat) 210,724; Tyson Chandler (Knicks) 151,744; Paul Pierce (Celtics) 114,735; Joakim Noah (Bulls) 73,366; Josh Smith (Hawks) 69,344; Andrew Bynum (76ers) 68,596; Amar'e Stoudemire (Knicks) 64,266; Shane Battier (Heat) 59,419; Anderson Varejao (Cavaliers) 57,336; Luol Deng (Bulls) 48,450; Brook Lopez (Nets) 47,940; Jeff Green (Celtics) 36,080.

    Backcourt

    Dwyane Wade (Heat) 430,925; Rajon Rondo (Celtics) 382,613; Deron Williams (Nets) 211,426; Kyrie Irving (Cavalieers) 155,989; Ray Allen (Heat) 130,016; Monta Ellis (Bucks) 47,650; Raymond Felton (Knicks) 37,974; Jason Terry (Celtics) 36,147; Brandon Jennings (Bucks) 35,610; Jrue Holiday (76ers) 35,193.
    WESTERN CONFERENCE

    Frontcourt

    Kevin Durant (Thunder) 605,965; Dwight Howard (Lakers) 434,168; Blake Griffin (Clippers) 307,855; Tim Duncan (Spurs) 189,577; Pau Gasol (Lakers) 139,868; Kevin Love (Timberwolves) 112,922; Omer Asik (Rockets) 88,178; Rudy Gay (Grizzlies) 85,279; Serge Ibaka (Thunder) 68,285; LaMarcus Aldridge (Trail Blazers) 66,290; Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks) 63,056; Marc Gasol (Grizzlies) 61,716; Zach Randolph (Grizzlies) 59,916; Metta World Peace (Lakers) 59,167; Anthony Davis (Hornets) 53,779.

    Backcourt

    Kobe Bryant (Lakers) 639,419; Chris Paul (Clippers) 353,603; Jeremy Lin (Rockets) 298,319; James Harden (Rockets) 196,108; Russell Westbrook (Thunder) 143,437; Steve Nash (Lakers) 118,073; Tony Parker (Spurs) 69,983; Ricky Rubio (Timberwolves) 54,744; Manu Ginobili (Spurs) 47,800; O.J. Mayo (Mavericks) 36,495.
    Chandler's got a shot to make it. Look at how many votes Lin got though? Linsanity is still alive somewhere...just not in Houston
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    This whole front court thing is corny

    Garnett does not deserve a start over Tyson

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    Jeremy Lin with almost as many votes as Westbrook, Harden, and Parker combined. That is hilarious. Got to love the fan vote. Going to be great when Lin is starting for the West instead of Chris Paul.

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    Amar'e Stoudemire (Knicks) 64,266
    Andrew Bynum (76ers) 68,596
    Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks) 63,056
    Ricky Rubio (Timberwolves) 54,744


    give them also MVP for playing total 0 minutes in this season too


    too many kidds are voting for such players .

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    I've said it before and I'll say it again. Sometimes democracy just doesn't work folks.

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    Smh @ Some of the player on there

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    Originally Posted by bigapple
    Amar'e Stoudemire (Knicks) 64,266
    Andrew Bynum (76ers) 68,596
    Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks) 63,056
    Ricky Rubio (Timberwolves) 54,744


    give them also MVP for playing total 0 minutes in this season too


    too many kidds are voting for such players .
    Need to either bring the voting back to in arena only, or give paper ballots more value.

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    Blame the system for allowing votes to inactive players.

    The LIN thing is one thing, but STAT/RUBIO/etc. is another.

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    I'm asking, where is Kidd?

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    Originally Posted by deamon
    I'm asking, where is Kidd?
    very valid point.....out of respect Kidd deserves to be on the ballot.

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    How is an all-star appearance is considered to be an achievement to a certain player when that appearance is decided by people's votes?

    Since it's a popularity contest, we should never mention all-star appearances for players when we talk about what they achieved.

    SMH.

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    i still don't understand taking centers off the ballot. every team plays a power player at center. garnett and bosh are examples. they're not true centers, but there's a reason they're playing center because the center position is still important.

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    I gotta say Westbrook can be argued as a top 5 player in the league. Theres no way Lin should have that many votes

    Wade and Rondo will get outplayed and f*ck it up for the east

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    I gotta say Westbrook can be argued as a top 5 player in the league. Theres no way Lin should have that many votes

    Wade and Rondo will get outplayed and f*ck it up for the east

    Westbrook is unique, I've always liked my PG to have low turnovers and shoot a high FG%, but Westbrook is a baller...I always wonder if he was a good fit for Durant, if OKC wins a title then that'll tell me something.

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