Texas Chuck wrote:Brown
These guys feel like they have to get in. Philly can't just have one and I'm taking Simmons over Harris
Can't see leaving those two guys off either.
I don't think he's done enough in the East yet and he wasn't good in Houston, but he's a big name so he gets a spot. Which leaves one and some people will get mad.
I think I'll go Randle. I like to reward guys who don't just put up numbers but have real positive impact on their teams. So he gets the nod over Trae, Vuc and Bam.
Final 7: Brown, Middleton, Simmons, Tatum, Sabonis, Harden, Randle
lol @ Harden hasn't done enough in the East yet.
seriously just LMAO at the idea that a guy putting up 25ppg, league leading 11.4asp, 8.3 rpg, 50% FG, 40% 3P, 5 triple doubles, 12-6 record, would get into the all-star game cause "he's a big name".
Also, why exactly do the Sixers must have 2 all-stars? They .64 winning % is a 53 win pace in a normal season. Thats not some setting the world not fire top team that deserves their bench players in the all-star game. Look at the 16/17 season, Celtics finished as the #1 seed with 53 wins, matching the Sixers pace exactly. Guess how many all-starts they had. 1 - Isiah Thomas. Cavs finished 2nd with 51 wins, matching the Nets pace exactly. Guess how many all-stars they had. 3.