For the fourth year in a row, the NBA has disclosed the vote for All-Star starters of fans, media and players. Since we now have the data of where each player ranked in the final results, we decided to look for patterns.
For example, which players do better with fans than with their NBA peers?
We found out 16 guys have ranked higher in the fan vote than in the players vote every year since 2017. Only two on the list have made the All-Star Game and they are both members of the world-beating Golden State Warriors: Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. Kind of makes you go ‘Hmmm’, right?
The largest disparity between player and fan vote happens with Jordan Clarkson, though, which was kind of unexpected.
For more details, you can check the gallery above. All rankings based on position and conference.
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