Boston Celtics: How Many All-Star Players Will They Have?

January 7th, 2011 by Mike Mehta Leave a reply »
Since 2002, the Boston Celtics have had at least one team representative during the All-Star festivities.  From Antoine Walker, to Gerald Green winning the dunk contest, to Paul Pierce bringing back the three point shooting crown, Celtics players have always represented the team well.

The All-Star Game this year will take place in the Staples Center, home of the LA Lakers and LA Clippers.  Regardless of being in enemy territory, the Celtics will most likely have another solid team representation.

Point Guard:  Rajon Rondo leads all Eastern Conference point guards, but holds a slim lead over Chicago's Derrick Rose.  Rondo and Rose are both very good players and have developed a great one-on-one rivalry, but it appears that Rondo will win this battle.

Shooting Guard:  Ray Allen is having a great season and trails only Miami's Dwyane Wade for the starter's spot.  Ray has a very comfortable lead over the next Eastern Conference guard and truly deserves to be an All-Star this season.  Hopefully the coaches see that and vote in Ray as a reserve.

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