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First All-Star ballot results Monta 6th, BJ 9th

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Post#16 Re: First All-Star ballot results Monta 6th,
Thu Dec 13, 2012 4:32 pm by Baddy Chuck

Also, I don't think either Johnson or Williams should make it but I believe one of them will so Brooklyn can have an all-star.
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Post#17 Re: First All-Star ballot results Monta 6th,
Thu Dec 13, 2012 4:33 pm by SpursNBucks

trwi7 wrote:Speaking of Wade I've been hearing a lot how he's hurt and still playing his way back into shape and the Heat shouldn't worry because of that. Then I look at his numbers and he's basically 20/4/4.5 and shooting over 50%. The way they make it sound I was expecting him to be shooting like 42% or something.

I was watching a recent game on Nat network and Barkley was saying how he could see Wade has lost quite a bit of lift- and he has. There was a lot of talk when he came in that he wouldn't last long playing the wreckless style of game he does- crashing the boards/driving - not being that big of a guy. The fact is he may not be quite the player he was at one time, but still darn good.
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Post#18 Re: First All-Star ballot results Monta 6th,
Thu Dec 13, 2012 4:49 pm by Max Green

Brandon still has a a chance to make it provided we win continue to play above .500 ball and he ups his TS% to 51-52% in the next 6 weeks. He's capable of going on a hot streak for a few games at a time....
Rooting for a Top 5 pick.
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Post#19 Re: First All-Star ballot results Monta 6th,
Thu Dec 13, 2012 5:55 pm by blazza18

I seriously hate the all star process. All a popularity contest. Players injured should not be considered. And half the other guys are only voted for because of the team they play for.
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