Wasted Ballots: Don’t Vote For NBA All-Stars Not in Contention

December 28th, 2009 by Ethan McVansen Leave a reply »
There are a lot of players you could vote for on the 2010 NBA All Star ballot. Not all of them, however, are worth it.

Two guards, two forwards, and one center will be voted in on each team by the fans.

Two guards, two forwards, a center, and two other players, regardless of position, will be voted in by the coaches.

In the event of an injury, the coaches will decide the replacement. 

Sounds easy enough, right?

Well, before you vote for the player that is your favorite on the ballot, maybe consider how likely your vote is to count. Right now, this is who the fans have voted to start the All-Star game.



C-Amar'e Stoudemire

F-Dirk Nowitzki

F-Carmelo Anthony

G-Kobe Bryant

G-Steve Nash



C-Dwight Howard

F-LeBron James

F-Kevin Garnett

G-Dwyane Wade

G-Allen Iverson


Not a bad list, but pretty typical.

Now, there are 122 players on the Ballot. Only around 17 are still up for contention to start in the All Star gam ...

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