G Rajon Rondo, Boston Celtics G Ray Allen, Boston Celtics F Paul Pierce, Boston Celtics F Josh Smith, Atlanta Hawks F Chris Bosh, Miami Heat F Kevin Garnett, Boston Celtics C Al Horford, Atlanta Hawks
(Really? You couldn't think of deserving candidates who didn't play for either Boston, Miami or Atlanta?)
G Deron Williams, Utah Jazz G Manu Ginobili, San Antonio Spurs G Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder F Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks F Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers F Pau Gasol, Los Angeles Lakers F Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs
(Good to see Griffin get in there, and a little more diversity with teams in the Western Conference.)
Minnesota's Kevin Love is a notable snub, but David Stern's injury replacement for Yao Ming hasn't been announced yet.
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Originally posted by ekedolphin(Really? You couldn't think of deserving candidates who didn't play for either Boston, Miami or Atlanta?)
If Boozer had played a full season and still put up his 20/10 numbers I could've seen him getting picked and either KG or Bosh getting bumped off the team. Guys like Smith, Felton, Bogut, and Granger have more guys in the conference playing either just as well or better than them at their positions and are on better teams. If you want to put a rule in where X number of players can be picked from a team then you will still have deserving guys getting snubbed.
Originally posted by BOSsportsfan34My picks for reserves...
G-Rajon rondo G-Joe Johnson F-Paul Pierce F-Kevin Garnett C-Al Horford
Wildcard picks: Chris Bosh, Ray Allen
I wish I had this luck picking Powerball numbers...lol.
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