I just now voted for the All-Star teams for probably the seventh consecutive time or something.
I'll tell you who I voted for, and then ask a question.
For the East, I voted all-Pacers. Jermaine O'Neal and (write-in vote) Ron Artest at forward, Reggie Miller and Jamaal Tinsley at guard, Brad Miller at center.
For the West, turns out I voted all-Midwest Division, although that wasn't my intention. Minnesota's Kevin Garnett and Memphis's Pau Gasol at forward, Dallas's Michael Finley and Steve Nash at guard, San Antonio's David Robinson at center.
I'm curious about other people's All-Star voting habits. Do you always vote for players on your favorite team, or do you vote for the five most deserving individuals in each conference?
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Originally posted by JWstorm5 most deserving playersi mean is Ron artest really the best at his position???
Ron Artest I can see...considering he's actually played a game...but Reggie Miller??? Also-why no love for Harrington?
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If they break the record and have 25 straight losses, the interim coach should pull a Vermeil and hold open tryouts. They couldn't do any worse at that point, right? What is embarrassing to me is how much money these players are earning per loss.