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Chris Kaman and Eric Gordon left off of the NBA All-Star Ballot

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Chris Kaman and Eric Gordon left off of the NBA All-Star Ballot

Baron Davis, Al Thornton, Blake Griffin and Marcus Camby are on the ballot though lol. Griffin is the only rookie on the ballot.

I also noticed that Zach Randolph isn't on the ballot. Any other notable players left off of the ballot?


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Honestly a ballot is the

Honestly a ballot is the stupidest part of the All-Star game, just make every player eligable.........I mean come on.

PS: Rudy Gay besta be on that list.

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Allen Iverson (lol), OJ

Allen Iverson (lol), OJ Mayo, Rudy Gay and Marc Gasol are on the ballot.

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do ya agree though? What the

do ya agree though? What the hell is the point of a ballot? What are the requirements to get on th ballot? If a player now goes on to score 30 ppg from here on out, what we cant vote for him?

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OFFICIAL 2009-10 NBA

OFFICIAL 2009-10 NBA ALL-STAR BALLOT

EAST GUARDS (24)
Ray Allen, Boston
Gilbert Arenas, Washington
Mike Bibby, Atlanta
Jose Calderon, Toronto
Vince Carter, Orlando
Jamal Crawford, Atlanta
Chris Duhon, New York
Raymonod Felton, Charlotte
T.J. Ford, Indiana
Ben Gordon, Detroit
Richard Hamilton, Detroit
Devin Harris, New Jersey
Kirk Hinrich, Chicago
Joe Johnson, Atlanta
Courtney Lee, New Jersey
Jameer Nelson, Orlando
Michael Redd, Milwaukee
Nate Robinson, New York
Rajon Rondo, Boston
Derrick Rose, Chicago
John Salmons, Chicago
Rodney Stuckey, Detroit
Dwyane Wade, Miami
Mo Williams, Cleveland

EAST FORWARDS (24)
Michael Beasley, Miami
Chris Bosh, Toronto
Elton Brand, Philadelphia
Caron Butler, Washington
Luol Deng, Chicago
Boris Diaw, Charlotte
Kevin Garnett, Boston
Danny Granger, Indiana
Al Harrington, New York
Udonis Haslem, Miami
Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia
LeBron James, Cleveland
Antawn Jamison, Washington
David Lee, New York
Rashard Lewis, Orlando
Troy Murphy, Indiana
Paul Pierce, Boston
Tayshaun Prince, Detroit
Josh Smith, Atlanta
Hedo Turkoglu, Toronto
Anderson Varejao, Cleveland
Charlie Villanuava, Detroit
Gerald Wallace, Charlotte
Hakim Warrick, Milwaukee

EAST CENTERS (12)
Andrea Bargnani, Toronto
Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee
Tyson Chandler, Charlotte
Samuel Dalembert, Philadelphia
Al Horford, Atlanta
Dwight Howard, Orlando
Brook Lopez, New Jersey
Brad Miller, Chicago
Jermaine O'Neal, Miami
Shaquille O'Neal, Cleveland
Kendrick Perkins, Boston
Rasheed Wallace, Boston

WEST GUARDS (24)
Leandro Barbosa, Phoenix
Chauncey Billups, Denver
Aaron Brooks, Houston
Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
Baron Davis, L.A. Clippers
Monta Ellis, Golden State
Manu Ginobili, San Antonio
Josh Howard, Dallas
Allen Iverson, Memphis
Stephen Jackson, Golden State
Jason Kidd, Dallas
Kevin Martin, Sacramento
O.J. Mayo, Memphis
Tracy McGrady, Houston
Andre Miller, Portland
Steve Nash, Phoenix
Tony Parker, San Antonio
Chris Paul, New Orleans
Jason Richardson, Phoenix
Brandon Roy, Portland
Ramon Sessions, Minnesota
Jason Terry, Dallas
Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City
Deron Williams, Utah

WEST FORWARDS (24)
LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland
Carmelo Anthony, Denver
Trevor Ariza, Houston
Ron Artest, L.A. Lakers
Carlos Boozer, Utah
Tim Duncan, San Antonio
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
Pau Gasol, L.A. Lakers
Rudy Gay, Memphis
Jeff Green, Oklahoma City
Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers
Grant Hill, Phoenix
Richard Jefferson, San Antonio
Kevin Love, Minnesota
Shawn Marion, Dallas
Kenyon Martin, Denver
Paul Millsap, Utah
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas
Lamar Odom, L.A. Lakers
Anthony Randolph, Golden State
Luis Scola, Houston
Jason Thompson, Sacramento
Al Thornton, L.A. Clippers
David West, New Orleans

WEST CENTERS (12)
Andris Biedrins, Golden State
Andrew Bynum, L.A. Lakers
Marcus Camby, L.A. Clippers
Marc Gasol, Memphis
Spencer Hawes, Sacramento
Al Jefferson, Minnesota
Antonio McDyess, San Antonio
Nene, Denver
Greg Oden, Portland
Emeka Okafor, New Orleans
Mehmet Okur, Utah
Amar’e Stoudemire, Phoenix

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If a player isn't on the

If a player isn't on the ballot, you can still vote for him, but you have to type/write his name in.

I think being included on the ballot is coo because you're recognized as being a standout for your team.

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Dalembert being on this

Dalembert being on this thing is a crime. Call 911

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they should wait a month

they should wait a month until they release the ballots so it can be more accurate. Kaman and Zach Randolph should be on there no doubt.

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Agreed

This ballot thing that they are doing is flawed. They should have waited for about a month before they released it and they should have everyone on there.

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Kaman should be on there. I

Kaman should be on there. I have watched some clippers games and this guy can really ball. Inside and outside, I understand why they are not that mad at Elton Brand leaving because Brand is doing nothing in Philly and Kaman has more touches. Clippers are actually not as bad as their record suggest and also they need to move Baron Davis. He is one the players that is holding this team back.

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These were the two guys i

These were the two guys i knew i was going to vote for and i can only write one of them in at a time. Very frustrating.

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Eric Gordon and Chris Kaman

Eric Gordon and Chris Kaman are good players but really had no chance of being VOTED in to the all-start game. If Kaman continues to play the way he is he will make the ASG because of coaches votes.

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id say kaman should be on

id say kaman should be on that ballot and might possibly make the allstar game..i think its gonna take al jefferson to get his legs back to get on the team so that leaves bynum,nene and amare as his comp

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I agree with Mikenike,

I agree with Mikenike, Dalembert is on the ballot? He barely stays in the game (constant foul trouble) to put up numbers that are even good for a mediocre player.

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so many people sayin ERIC

so many people sayin ERIC gordon... what about BEN gordon... richard hamilton is on it over him... for det, brandon jennings isnt there... both Sheed and kendrick perkins somehow ARE there...

people who made this list are idiots...

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Injustices on that line-up

Chris Kaman should be in the running for an All-Star! I mean, of all the guys in the Clippers uniform, he is the only one that looks legit... He plays with consistency and has been working really hard to stay healthy... I thought he should be there without a doubt... ESPECIALLY in the West where Centers are a scarce...

Tyson Chandler in the ballot?! I know he aint gonna be an All-Star but PLEASE... He's a joke... Roy Hibbert and Brendan Haywood were playing more solid ball than this nutboy...

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I don't like that list at

I don't like that list at all. You know why I don't like it? Because it's GARBAGE! The NBA needs to GET THEIR FACTS STRAIGHT!

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esperanzafleet69

Ben Gordon is on the Ballot. I know i voted for him.

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ANother travesty

We all know what happened last year in the East when AI, the least-deserving in the starters, was voted in...

If this happens again, I would NEVER trust All-Star Balloting again... I mean, think about it, him starting over Chris Paul or Steve Nash would be the greatest injustice of all... I would even be shock if he makes the All-Star team but if he starts over Paul, I will BOO him all night..

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