The All-Star reserves, according to players

The All-Star reserves, according to players


The All-Star reserves, according to players

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There would be seven new All-Stars next month in Houston if the 16 NBA players polled by HoopsHype had their say. Cavs guard Kyrie Irving, Knicks center Tyson Chandler, Warriors guard Stephen Curry, Pacers forward Paul George and Rockets guard James Harden received tremendous support in the voting while Sixers guard Jrue Holiday and Bulls center Joakim Noah squeaked in for the last spots. All-Star veterans like Tim Duncan, Chris Bosh or Paul Pierce also made the list while the usual snubees – Atlanta's Josh Smith, Milwaukee's Monta Ellis, Memphis' Rudy Gay – were left out.

Here are the final results:

Kyrie Irving, Cleveland
Jrue Holiday, Philadelphia
Tyson Chandler, New York
Paul George, Indiana
Chris Bosh, Miami
Paul Pierce, Boston
Joakim Noah, Chicago
Also getting votes
Joe Johnson, Brooklyn
Josh Smith, Atlanta
Deron Williams, Brooklyn
Luol Deng, Chicago
Brandon Jennings, Milwaukee
JR Smith, New York
Brook Lopez, Brooklyn
Monta Ellis, Milwaukee
Al Horford, Atlanta
Roy Hibbert, Indiana
Carlos Boozer, Chicago
David West, Indiana
Anderson Varejao, Cleveland
Kyle Korver, Atlanta
James Harden, Houston
Stephen Curry, Golden State
Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City
Tony Parker, San Antonio
Tim Duncan, San Antonio
David Lee, Golden State
Zach Randolph, Memphis
Also getting votes

LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland
Jamal Crawford, LA Clippers
Marc Gasol, Memphis
Rudy Gay, Memphis
Damian Lillard, Portland
Serge Ibaka, Oklahoma City
Ryan Anderson, New Orleans
Al Jefferson, Utah

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