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Quezzy
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Since: 6.1.02
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It's now the All Star break and two starters have dropped out of the All Star game. Shaq has an injured toe and will be replaced by Elton Brand, and Vince Carter was injured last night and will be replaced by Baron Davis. But I doubt either will take their starting position. So who will start? If it were up to me it would be...

West
C Dirk Nowitzki
PF Tim Duncan
SF Kevin Garnett
SG Kobe Bryant
PG Steve Francis

East
C Dikembe Motumbo
PF Antoine Walker
SF Michael Jordan
SG Allen Iverson (moved from the point guard position)
PG Jason Kidd

Paul Pierce deserves to be in the starting lineup too, but I'd go with Jason Kidd in the starting lineup since he is the first half MVP.





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Since: 4.1.02
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Kidd was announced as the starter for the East while Chris Webber was named the starter in the West.

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