After weeks of predictions about the NBA All-Star reserves and potential snubs, we finally have our answers as to who will be coming off the bench in this year’s NBA All-Star game. As always, there are some snubs, some questionable players in the game, and whatever else you want to call it. Here are your 2014-2015 NBA all-star reserves!
The biggest headlines here are, 3 Atlanta Hawks players in the Eastern Conference. No DeMarcus Cousins, despite him averaging over 20 and 10 (I think he takes Kobe Bryant’s spot. Bryant is out with a torn rotator cuff). Damian Lillard is also not happy about being snubbed.
Kyle Korver was not voted in, despite having percentages of 50 percent from the field, 50 percent from 3, and 92 percent from the free throw line. 50-50-90 has NEVER been done by a player in NBA history before. Korver still has a huge chance to make it due to Dwyane Wade being injured, who was voted in as a reserve.
James Harden is expected to start in place of Kobe Bryant. The all-star starters are Stephen Curry, Kobe Bryant (injured), Anthony Davis, Blake Griffin, Marc Gasol for the West. John Wall, Kyle Lowry, LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, and Pau Gasol for the East.
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