Players who have definitely played in their last all-star game.

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Post#21 » by Kingdibs19 » Tue Feb 23, 2021 5:36 am

If Mike Conley doesn’t make it this year then he never will.
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Post#22 » by Joerezz7 » Tue Feb 23, 2021 6:14 am

Kemba Walker, Jeff teague, Draymond Green, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Middleton
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Post#23 » by johanliebert » Tue Feb 23, 2021 7:49 am

CarMalone wrote:DeAndre Jordan
Paul Millsap
Isaiah Thomas
Al Horford
Jeff Teague
Draymond Green
DeMar Derozan
Dwight Howard
Brook Lopez
Andre Iguodala
Jrue Holiday

Possibly Klay Thompson
Possibly Porzingis

Hopefully not Khris Middleton


Derozan shouldn’t be in that crop of players. Doubt you’ve watched a game this season smh
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Post#24 » by The_Hater » Tue Feb 23, 2021 12:07 pm

CarMalone wrote:DeAndre Jordan
Paul Millsap
Isaiah Thomas
Al Horford
Jeff Teague
Draymond Green
DeMar Derozan
Dwight Howard
Brook Lopez
Andre Iguodala
Jrue Holiday

Possibly Klay Thompson
Possibly Porzingis

Hopefully not Khris Middleton


Middleton is still a top player.

Holiday is playing too well to make this list.
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Post#25 » by The_Hater » Tue Feb 23, 2021 12:14 pm

PKABOOICU wrote:Westbrook will eventually return to his old allstar self. Too talented.


Not a chance. He’ll be 33 this season a relies on athleticism, which has already dipped, and his shooting and decision making continue to get worse every season because as he’s unable to adapt his game.

He’s more likely to be out of the league completely by 2023 then play in another ASG. We’re in the middle of watching a fast and ugly fall.
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Post#26 » by queridiculo » Tue Feb 23, 2021 4:50 pm

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PKABOOICU wrote:Westbrook will eventually return to his old allstar self. Too talented.


Not a chance. He’ll be 33 this season a relies on athleticism, which has already dipped, and his shooting and decision making continue to get worse every season because as he’s unable to adapt his game.

He’s more likely to be out of the league completely by 2023 then play in another ASG. We’re in the middle of watching a fast and ugly fall.


I'd say the jury is out on Westbrook.

He's practically played on one leg for much of the year.

Definitely suspect, but it's too early to count him out.

There's a general question over whether fans and players vote guys like him in as they get up there in age.

I could see him getting the 'you had your shine' treatment, but purely from a production perspective, I could see him get another nod if he gets healthy.
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Post#27 » by Openheimer » Tue Feb 23, 2021 6:37 pm

Add John wall to that list. Total garbage. I can’t I ever thought he was better then Russ . Wall is a over confident clown
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Post#28 » by ZemGOAT » Tue Feb 23, 2021 6:40 pm

Russ will make it again somehow someway
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Post#29 » by flranger » Tue Feb 23, 2021 7:13 pm

For players in/near their prime and not due to injury: Nikola Vucevic
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Post#30 » by MindState » Tue Feb 23, 2021 7:15 pm

I cant remember the last time Draymond actually made the all-star team, its been awhile, that ship sailed years ago.

Im hoping Klay can return to all-star form but even if he puts up 18-20 PPG post injury that might not be enough with Lillard, Luka, Booker and Curry dominating for years to come.
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Post#31 » by JN61 » Tue Feb 23, 2021 7:34 pm

Westbrook definitely not. Give it few weeks and he plays on all-star level once again. Will be there again next year especially in the weak East and knowing his teammates. He was injured or something at start of the season and basically didnt drive the ball at all. Now he is back to old himself driving to the rim every 2nd time he has a ball.
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Post#32 » by CarMalone » Wed Feb 24, 2021 2:16 pm

johanliebert wrote:
CarMalone wrote:DeAndre Jordan
Paul Millsap
Isaiah Thomas
Al Horford
Jeff Teague
Draymond Green
DeMar Derozan
Dwight Howard
Brook Lopez
Andre Iguodala
Jrue Holiday

Possibly Klay Thompson
Possibly Porzingis

Hopefully not Khris Middleton


Derozan shouldn’t be in that crop of players. Doubt you’ve watched a game this season smh

Derozan didn't make the All-Star game and is unlikely to make it as Davis's injury replacement. He'll be 32 next year and hasn't made an All-Star game in 3 years. He's still good, but history is not on his side.

The_Hater wrote:Middleton is still a top player.

Holiday is playing too well to make this list.

Holiday will be 31 next season and has only made one All-Star game 8 years ago. He's one of the most underrated players in recent years, but it's highly unlikely that he will make another All-Star game.
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Post#33 » by YogurtProducer » Wed Feb 24, 2021 2:21 pm

I wouldn’t write off Lowry. If he’s healthy all year and the team isn’t playing in Tampa I bet we’re in they 18-12 range and he’s the raptors pick.

Lowry still has a solid chance next year IMO. Especially if he goes to a new team like Philly and they dominate and get 3 all stars

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