If players and executives had their say

If players and executives had their say


If players and executives had their say

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LaMarcus Aldridge - US PresswireIn a hardly scientific poll, HoopsHype asked five NBA executives and five players – a rookie and four veterans – who would they select if they had a chance to vote for the reserves at this year's All-Star Game. Thunder guard Russell Westbrook was the only consensus pick and a lot of familiar faces were chosen. If the executives and players that took part in the poll had their say, only two guys would make their All-Star debut in Orlando next February 26: Sixers guard Andre Iguodala and Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge.

Here are the results (in voting order):


Chris Bosh, Miami
Deron Williams, New Jersey
Joe Johnson, Atlanta
Paul Pierce, Boston
Amare Stoudemire, New York
Danny Granger, Indiana
Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia

Also getting votes…

Brandon Jennings, Milwaukee
Rajon Rondo, Boston
Roy Hibbert, Indiana
Josh Smith, Atlanta
Joakim Noah, Chicago
Kevin Garnett, Boston
Jrue Holiday, Philadelphia
Tyson Chandler, New York
Ray Allen, Boston


Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City
LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland
Kevin Love, Minnesota
Pau Gasol, LA Lakers
Tony Parker, San Antonio
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas
Steve Nash, Phoenix

Also getting votes…

Marc Gasol, Memphis
Tim Duncan, San Antonio
Danilo Gallinari, Denver
Kyle Lowry, Houston
Rudy Gay, Memphis
Ty Lawson, Denver
James Harden, Oklahoma City
Paul Millsap, Utah
Marcin Gortat, Phoenix
Gerald Wallace, Portland
Nenê, Denver
Monta Ellis, Golden State
Manu Ginobili, San Antonio



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