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First 2010 NBA All-Star Ballot Returns Just Released!

Submitted by on December 10, 2009 – 3:15 pm6 Comments


The first returns of the 2010 NBA All-Star Balloting presented by T-Mobile have just been released!
Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers and Carmelo Anthony of the Denver Nuggets top the Western Conference, while Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat and LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers lead the Eastern Conference vote-getters. Bryant, who shared All-Star MVP honors with Shaquille O’Neal last season, is the overall leader with 692,518 votes. Read the full story here.
All you NBA fanatics, remember that from now through January 18th, 2010, you can vote daily for your NBA All-Stars and a chance to win the Vote for your 2010 NBA All-Stars! Sweepstakes, including:
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Yeah, I just said you as yourself in the next 2K game. It’s not a joke, it’s the real deal Holyfield. So go vote here! While we’re on this basketball tip, it’s only right that I ask: who are some people that you’re rooting for to make this year’s all-star team? The obvious? The underdogs? Those who deserve a place on the list this year? Talk to me, guys and girls!

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  • nate says:

    hopefully Kevin Martin gets voted in this year after topping 20-point season averages for years now.

    Allen Iverson is still top 10 in guards in the league both this year and last year, and likely always will be. Eric Gordon is good, but nowhere NEAR All-Star good yet. and Kaman is loooong removed from being the overrated all-star of a few years ago.

  • nikeallstar1234 says:

    The Cancer, i mean the answer, SHOULD NOT be on this ballot. At all. He’s nothing but a whiner and I am personally looking forward to his retirement soon. Its a shame such talent was given to a man with such a big ego. Eric Gordon over The Cancer any day on this ballot.

  • larry says:

    Why not vote for the all whinner stars or the all gang banger stars or the all making way too much money stars. It would be the same list.

  • BradFuchs says:

    Took a look at the ballots. Really, Channing Frye isn’t a Center. I mean Stoudemire rebounds more, shoots closer to the hoop, is the same hieght, and out weighs Frye. The only reason Frye is called a Center is because Amare has always been called a PF. In Portland they played Frye with Aldridge and Pryzbilla a couple of times, making him at the SF.

  • jlynns says:

    why is Mcgrady in the all star game this year….what has he don…the all star game is becoming a popular contest and doesn’t highlight the players who had a great season like some examples Deron Williams, Kevin Martin, David Lee, and those are just a few of the names who have put up more than deserving numbers for majority of the season.

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