- G - Curry
- G - Harden
- F - Durant
- F - Leonard
- F - Davis
- G - Irving
- G - DeRozan
- F - James
- F - Antentokounmpo
- F - Butler
No starting trio of Harden/Bestbrook/Durant.
Thoughts? Snubs? Agree? No Zaza?
Andrew wrote:Proof that fan voting doesn't always get it wrong
Fans will account for 50 percent of the vote, while all current players and a panel of basketball media will account for 25 percent each.
I hate Mondays wrote:I feel really, really disappointed about Lowry and Isiah Thomas not being there with the first 5. To get both of them in was nearly impossible, but at least one of them could've made the starting lineup and my night better.
[Q] wrote:wonder if leaving westbrook off will lead to another change next year.
Lamrock wrote:Starters are fine - all ten of them would have made the team regardless. Not a big deal that Westbrook will come off the bench in a game that doesn't count.
Who would you guys pick for the reserves? I'd have:
West: Westbrook, Lillard, Conley or Jordan (replacing Paul), Hayward, Green, Cousins, Gobert
East: Isaiah, Wall, Lowry, Walker, Millsap, Embiid, Whiteside or Drummond
Jackal wrote:[Q] wrote:wonder if leaving westbrook off will lead to another change next year.
Won't be long before they opt for just 5 players with no regard to positions. Before it was C-PF-SF-SG-PG, then they went to F-F-F-G-G and soon it'll just be P1-P2-P3-P4-P5.
Q: I just did the math, and that means Curry and Westbrook tied with a 2.0 average ranking using those percentages. So why are Curry and Harden starting?
A: That's right. If there's a tie, the fan vote is the tiebreaker. Harden also ended up with a 2.0 average -- the lower the number, the better -- and finished second among fans, media and players. Curry and Harden won the tiebreaker. It was close but Westbrook lost out.
Lamrock wrote:I was hoping Embiid would make it - he's already one of the best players in the league.
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