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    Default [New York Post] Ballots Bring Bad News

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    Mohammed finished out of the top 10 in the East, falling below such household names as Charlotte's Primoz Brezec, Jeff Foster, Samuel Dalembert, Tony Battie and Alonzo Mourning.

    Mohammed, who's averaging 12.5 points and 9.3 rebounds, rates strongest in field-goal percentage (52.5, sixth in league) and offensive rebounds (3.8, third in league).

    Stephon Marbury also didn't fare well, ranking sixth only among guards. He's behind four other point guards — Allen Iverson, Dwayne Wade, Steve Francis and Jason Kidd.

    Jamal Crawford was not in the top 10, nor was any other Knick.

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    This doesn't look good at all. C'mon Primoz Brezec?!
    What's the deadline for voting?

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    This is pure bull, but I saw it coming from a mile away....... I hate this.........

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    Default Re: [New York Post] Ballots Bring Bad News

    Originally Posted by rady
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    What's the deadline for voting?
    january 23... not much time left

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    well hopefully since there are 8 million people living in NYC, and hopefully quarter of them read the NYpost and are knicks fans.........this is not a bad way to get some publicity to increase the NBA all star ratings!
    Let's hope that this article spurs people to log on to nba.com and place their votes!

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    NY always gets BSed out of the ASG

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    we had spree and houston in 2000, i don't recall having anyone else at the ASG to represent the Knicks ever since.
    given the circumstances it would be a miracle to have at least one player even though none of them has a real chance

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    if marbury plays this whole month like he did the past two games i think brown will pass on chauncey and go with marbury for a reserve just to be fair

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