Paul Millsap Gets Snubbed from All-Star Game Ballot

November 19th, 2010 by Raju Byfield Leave a reply »
This is a complete joke.

Paul Millsap is having one of the best seasons in the NBA and he could not get named to the All-Star ballot.

Paul Millsap has set the NBA on fire this season, averaging 21.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 1.3 steals and 0.7 blocks, all on an amazing .531 shooting.

This ballot nomination process is officially flawed and the NBA needs to do something about it.

Here is a list of names NBA writers apparently thought deserved more All-Star consideration than the Utah Jazz’ Paul Millsap: Hedo Turkoglu, Lamar Odom, Jeff Green, Carl Landry, Grant Hill, Trevor Ariza and Caron Butler.

A laughable list to include over Millsap, who is outplaying all of them, but it just further highlights the flaws in the current ballot nomination system.

In the end, Paul Millsap will make the All-Star team if he continues to play at this high of a level, and he obviously cares more about winning than personal recognition, but one can be sure that the NBA will be reviewing the All-Star ballot nomination process after this massive snub.

Here is what ballot nomination voting panelist’s Art Garcia had to say a ...

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