2010 NBA Eastern Conference All-Stars As of December

December 9th, 2009 by Stephen Brotherston Leave a reply »
Every year in the NBA fans get to choose their favorite players to represent them at the All-Star game.  And every year the NBA picks the reserves.

The process does end up picking two very good teams, but some deserving player always gets snubbed.  And choices are often based as much on prior year’s statistics and how the player’s team is performing as on how well the “all-star” is playing this season.

So when fans are going to submit their choices for their favorite players, it might be prudent to have a look at how well they are doing right now! And the NBA does make comparing the player stats readily available.

And with the NBA’s new on-line voting process, your vote might actually count for something.  At least it’s harder this year to vote hundreds of times per day.

And don’t forget to vote for your team’s own guys.  There is no reason to care how they are doing! (Is there?)

Eastern Conference Guards

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