NBA All-Star Roster 2011: Who Made the Cut?

February 3rd, 2011 by Ryan Rudnansky Leave a reply »
NBA All-Star Roster 2011 has been decided and, of course, there have been some notable snubs as there are in seemingly every All Star game, as well as some good choices.

Did Minnesota's Kevin Love lead the snubs, who's had a fantastic first half, albeit for a bad Timberwolves team?

Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge, Golden State's Monta Ellis, and two-time MVP Steve Nash have all had All-Star worthy first halves to represent the Western Conference.

On the Eastern side, Chicago's Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah are sure to make it, right? But which one will get more respect?

One thing's for sure, not selecting forward Blake Griffin as a reserve would be a shame, one of the game's young, most exciting players who has absolutely been dominating for the Los Angeles Clippers and is helping the team rise as a respectable NBA team after years of disappointment.

For more on the final All Star roster for 2011, the reserves, the surprises, and the snubs, tune in, fellow NBA fans.

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