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West:

West:

PG. Steve Nash

PG. Baron Davis

SG. Kobe Bryant

SG. Ray Allen

SG. Jason Richardson

SF. Peja Stojakavich

SF. Rashard Lewis

PF. Dirk Nowitski

PF. Elton Brand

PF. Tim Duncan

PF. Kevin Garnett

C. Marcus Camby

East:

PG. T.J. Ford

PG. Allen Iverson

PG. Gilbert Arenas

SG. Michael Redd

SG. Dwyane Wade

SG. Vince Carter

SF. Lebron James

SF. Paul Pierce

PF. Jermaine O'Neal

PF. Chris Bosh

PF. Chris Webber

C. Zydrunas Ilgauskas

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Baron Davis shouldn't be anywhere near an all star game.. The guy shoots as many god awful shots as anyone I've ever seen in the NBA before.. whats he shooting on the year anyway? My guess would be well below 40%

 

 

Even tho it 10 freakin games into the season, Tony Parker is in the all star game, not Davis. Could even make a case for Sam Cassell.

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Baron Davis shouldn't be anywhere near an all star game.. The guy shoots as many god awful shots as anyone I've ever seen in the NBA before.. whats he shooting on the year anyway? My guess would be well below 40%

 

 

Even tho it 10 freakin games into the season, Tony Parker is in the all star game, not Davis. Could even make a case for Sam Cassell.

 

what are the two key stats for a point guard? Steals in assists...In the Western Conference, BD is second in assists (behind Nash), and first in steals. Plus .the difference he makes on the court is unbelievable...Nobody is carrying their team like Baron...with him, the Warriors are one of the best teams in the conference, without him, they're one of the worst

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I'll take Parker and his 21 PPG, 6 APG over Baron and his 32% shooting (29% from 3 PT range while attempting the 3rd most in the league and 66% from the line). That's attrocious!

 

I'd probably take Cassell over him since the Clips are in first.

 

 

With that being said, its 10 games into the season. Whats the point of this?

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update:

POS. player what gets them in

updated:

PG. Steve Nash 10.7 APG

PG. Baron Davis 9.4 APG/ 1.8 SPG

SG. Kobe Bryant 33.5 PPG

SG. Ray Allen 24.1 PPG

SG. Jason Richardson 22.5 PPG

SF. Rashard Lewis 21.9 PPG

SF. Carmelo Anthony 20.3 PPG

PF. Elton Brand 23.7 PPG/ 10.7 RPG

PF. Dirk Nowitski 25.1 PPG/ 9.0 RPG

PF. Kevin Garnett 22.2 PPG/ 10.7 RPG

PF. Tim Duncan 21.3 PPG/ 11.7 RPG/ 2.5 BPG

C. Marcus Camby 16.3 PPG/ 13.8 RPG/ 3.5 BPG

East:

PG. Brevin Knight 8.2 APG/ 2.4 SPG

PG. Allen Iverson 34 PPG/ 7.9 APG/ 2 SPG

PG. Gilbert Arenas 26.6 PPG

SG. Michael Redd 25.9 PPG

SG. Dwyane Wade 25.1 PPG

SF. Ron Artest 2.62 SPG

SF. Lebron James 28.4 PPG

SF. Paul Pierce 25.8 PPG

PF. Antawn Jamison 21.1 PPG/ 11.5 RPG

PF. Jermaine O'Neal 21.5 PPG/ 10.6 RPG

PF. Chris Bosh 20.8 PPG/ 9.9 RPG

C. Alonzo Mourning 11.5 PPG/ 8.3 RPG/ 3.93 BPG

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Baron Davis is going to have to pull up that shooting percentage number if he is going to have a shot. You cant discount Parker and Bibby. And what are the chances Mourning maintains those block numbers?

 

Those shooting percentage numbers can be ignored if you average over 9 assists a game...that should be automatic for the All Star team...Davis is to the Warriors this year as Steve Nash was to the Suns last year, or Jason Kidd to the Nets in 2001-02...plus he has almost as many assists as Park and Bibby combined (averages just .1 less per game)...for Parker or Bibby to make the all star team, they should have to beat out at least one of the three shooting guards listing in scoring...No PG with 3.9 APG belongs anywhere close to an all star game, and 5.6 is pretty bad if you consider he has the best player in the NBA to pass to (as well as a bunch of other damn good players)

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Baron Davis is going to have to pull up that shooting percentage number if he is going to have a shot. You cant discount Parker and Bibby. And what are the chances Mourning maintains those block numbers?

 

Those shooting percentage numbers can be ignored if you average over 9 assists a game...that should be automatic for the All Star team...Davis is to the Warriors this year as Steve Nash was to the Suns last year, or Jason Kidd to the Nets in 2001-02...plus he has almost as many assists as Park and Bibby combined (averages just .1 less per game)...for Parker or Bibby to make the all star team, they should have to beat out at least one of the three shooting guards listing in scoring...No PG with 3.9 APG belongs anywhere close to an all star game, and 5.6 is pretty bad if you consider he has the best player in the NBA to pass to (as well as a bunch of other damn good players)

For comparisons sake, Brevin night was putting up similiar numbers and even shot better than Davis last year. But he got bypassed for Wade and Arenas and Im not even sure he came close. If you think assists or assists to turnover should be the number that decides the PG position in the all star game, you might have an argument. But I dont think thats how things work as it stands now.

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Baron Davis is going to have to pull up that shooting percentage number if he is going to have a shot. You cant discount Parker and Bibby. And what are the chances Mourning maintains those block numbers?

 

Those shooting percentage numbers can be ignored if you average over 9 assists a game...that should be automatic for the All Star team...Davis is to the Warriors this year as Steve Nash was to the Suns last year, or Jason Kidd to the Nets in 2001-02...plus he has almost as many assists as Park and Bibby combined (averages just .1 less per game)...for Parker or Bibby to make the all star team, they should have to beat out at least one of the three shooting guards listing in scoring...No PG with 3.9 APG belongs anywhere close to an all star game, and 5.6 is pretty bad if you consider he has the best player in the NBA to pass to (as well as a bunch of other damn good players)

For comparisons sake, Brevin night was putting up similiar numbers and even shot better than Davis last year. But he got bypassed for Wade and Arenas and Im not even sure he came close. If you think assists or assists to turnover should be the number that decides the PG position in the all star game, you might have an argument. But I dont think thats how things work as it stands now.

Had Knight not missed 15 games in the first half last year, he probably would've made the All Star team...besides, the best way to look at it is this:

Lebron and AI were voted in...Arenas was averaging 24.8 PPG at the break (8th in the NBA), so he had to be in as the second point guard

Wade was the obvious SG, and since they opted to carry three centers, there was no room for any other guards

unless there's a PG average around 25 PPG, IMO you guy by assists and steals

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to include baron davis and not include tony parker is just utterly stupid at this point.

 

 

there is no way two warriors are getting in anyway.

 

 

and you expected something different from the biggest Warriors supporter on the board?

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to include baron davis and not include tony parker is just utterly stupid at this point.

 

 

there is no way two warriors are getting in anyway.

 

trade Baron Davis for Tony Parker and what happens? The Warriors return to being a sh*tty team, while the

Spurs get even better....B.D. leads him in most statistical categories, including the most important ones for a point guard...and why not two Warriors? They're 11-6 with the most grueling schedule in November (no consecutive off days, more games than another team)...Baron Davis is this year's Steve Nash, and JRich belongs also...Among western conference point guards, he's 3rd in points and 2nd in rebounds

BD's rankings among western conference point guards/ Tony Parker's ranking:

PPG: 6th/ 1st

APG: 2nd/ 6th

RPG: 3rd/ 6th

SPG: 2nd/ 6th

So basically, having an all around player who can do everything and make his teammates better over a point guard who all he can do is shoot is stupid?

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