Nice to see Dwayne Wade on the team. And, Van Gundy's comment that no one on a team with a losing record should be an All Star was interesting.
Personally, I wish they'd eliminate the positions and just let the top five vote getters in each league be the starters. It's obviously a popularity contest, and the game doesn't count anyways, so just throw the ten players the fans most want to see on the court. Could be interesting.
"Teach children that they have great potential because they are human." -Warrior
Not that, given his history, he'll be able to stay in Milwaukee, but Drew Gooden, who averaged 10.9 PPG and 7 RPG last year while splitting time between the Mavericks and Clippers, will sign a 5-year, $32 million deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, SI.