NBA All Star 2010-11 Ballot Released

The NBA has released its ballot for the 2010-11 All Star game which will take place in Los Angeles at the Staples Center February 20, 2011. It contains 60 players from each conference: 24 guards, 24 forwards, and 12 centers. Go vote, wisely, at NBA.com.

Eastern Conference

Guards:

Ray Allen, Celtics

Gilbert Arenas, Wizards

Mike Bibby, Hawks

Vince Carter, Magic

Mario Chalmers, Heat

Darren Collison, Pacers

Jamal Crawford, Hawks

DeMar DeRozan, Raptors

Raymond Felton, Knicks

Ben Gordon, Pistons

Richard Hamilton, Pistons

Devin Harris, Nets

Jrue Holiday, Sixers

Stephen Jackson, Bobcats

Brandon Jennings, Bucks

Joe Johnson, Hawks

Jameer Nelson, Magic

Rajon Rondo, Celtics

Derrick Rose, Bulls

John Salmons, Bucks

Rodney Stuckey, Pistons

Dwyane Wade, Heat

John Wall, Wizards

Mo Williams. Cavaliers

Forwards:

Carlos Boozer, Bulls

Chris Bosh, Heat

Elton Brand, Sixers

Luol Deng, Bulls

Boris Diaw, Bobcats

Danilo Gallinari, Knicks

Kevin Garnett, Celtics

Drew Gooden, Bucks

Danny Granger, Pacers

J.J. Hickson, Cavaliers

Andre Iguodala, Sixers

LeBron James, Heat

Antawn Jamison, Cavaliers

Linas Kleiza, Raptors

Rashard Lewis, Magic

Corey Maggette, Bucks

Troy Murphy, Nets

Paul Pierce, Celtics

Tayshaun Prince, Pistons

Josh Smith, Hawks

Amar’e Stoudemire, Knicks

Gerald Wallace, Bobcats

Marvin Williams, Hawks

Thaddeus Young, Sixers

Centers:

Andrea Bargnani, Raptors

Andrew Bogut, Bucks

Roy Hibbert, Pacers

Al Horford, Hawks

Dwight Howard, Magic

Brook Lopez, Nets

JaVale McGee, Wizards

Nazr Mohammed, Bobcats

Joakim Noah, Bulls

Shaquille O’Neal, Celtics

Anderson Varejao, Cavaliers

Ben Wallace, Pistons


Western Conference

Guards:

Chauncey Billups, Nuggets

Corey Brewer, Timberwolves

Aaron Brooks, Rockets

Kobe Bryant, Lakers

Mike Conley, Grizzlies

Stephen Curry, Warriors

Baron Davis, Clippers

Monta Ellis, Warriors

Tyreke Evans, Kings

Derek Fisher, Lakers

Manu Ginobili, Spurs

Eric Gordon, Clippers

Jason Kidd, Mavericks

Kevin Martin, Rockets

O.J. Mayo, Grizzlies

Andre Miller, Trail Blazers

Steve Nash, Suns

Tony Parker, Spurs

Chris Paul, Hornets

Jason Richardson, Suns

Brandon Roy, Trail Blazers

Thabo Sefolosha, Thunder

Russell Westbrook, Thunder

Deron Williams, Jazz


Forwards:

LaMarcus Aldridge, Trail Blazers

Carmelo Anthony, Nuggets

Trevor Ariza, Hornets

Ron Artest, Lakers

Michael Beasley, Timberwolves

Caron Butler, Mavericks

Tim Duncan, Spurs

Kevin Durant, Thunder

Pau Gasol, Lakers

Rudy Gay, Grizzlies

Jeff Green, Thunder

Blake Griffin, Clippers

Grant Hill, Suns

Al Jefferson, Jazz

Andrei Kirilenko, Jazz

Carl Landry, Kings

David Lee, Warriors

Kevin Love, Timberwolves

Dirk Nowitzki, Mavericks

Lamar Odom, Lakers

Zach Randolph, Grizzlies

Luis Scola, Rockets

Hedo Turkoglu, Suns

David West, Hornets

Centers:

Andris Biedrins, Warriors

Andrew Bynum, Lakers

Marcus Camby Trail, Blazers

DeMarcus Cousins, Kings

Marc Gasol, Grizzlies

Brendan Haywood, Mavericks

Chris Kaman, Clippers

Robin Lopez, Suns

Nene, Nuggets

Emeka Okafor, Hornets

Mehmet Okur, Jazz

Yao Ming, Rockets

We already know that Yao Ming will be the starting center for the Western All Stars, over one billion Chinese will make sure of that, unless he remains injured in February. Lakers fans should consider themselves lucky that Pau Gasol was not listed as a center because of the Yao factor, even though Gasol IS the Lakers’ starting center. The big question, where the Lakers’ center is concerned, is why Andrew Bynum is even on the ballot. He will not even play a game until at least Christmas.

Paul Millsap has been snubbed on the ballot so be sure to write him in. What is a shame this year is that Allen Iverson and Tracy McGrady were left of the list. It is too bad. They need to be on there to prove that fan voting is, for the most part, a complete joke.

Ray Allen Celtics
Gilbert Arenas Wizards
Mike Bibby Hawks
Vince Carter Magic
Mario Chalmers Heat
Darren Collison Pacers
Jamal Crawford Hawks
DeMar DeRozan Raptors
Raymond Felton Knicks
Ben Gordon Pistons
Richard Hamilton Pistons
Devin Harris Nets
Jrue Holiday Sixers
Stephen Jackson Bobcats
Brandon Jennings Bucks
Joe Johnson Hawks
Jameer Nelson Magic
Rajon Rondo Celtics
Derrick Rose Bulls
John Salmons Bucks
Rodney Stuckey Pistons
Dwyane Wade Heat
John Wall Wizards
Mo Williams Cavaliers
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