How the heck do they put Jefferson on the ballot and not Millsap. Jefferson is
junk this year not only defensivly but offensivly too. Before Jefferson is an
all star he needs to learn how to rebound and drive to the rack!!! Might as well
throw Fes on the ballot at least he knows how to use a lay up. Okur?! where the
heck did that come from? He hasnt played all season. Same with Andrew Bynum. Why
dont they throw Greg Oden on there too.
Does not matter. Milsap is da man! We will give Milsap the love here in Utah he
deserves. Milsap is a class act and plays the way that makes us fans. The
All-Star game is not even that fun to watch anyway. I always skip it. Milsap has
been my favorite Jazz player since he was a rookie. Humble and great person as
well as player. He is a fan favorite and I will root loudest when he does well.
In the end this is a great thing for the Jazz. Millsap will even work harder to
prove himself.Second, Millsap would not be voted in by the fans
anyways. So is only way of getting in is the coaches and you don't need to be
on the ballot to get voted by the coaches.
Good for Paul. I was such a happy boy when they drafted him. Though I knew about
him to get the rebounding king of the NCAA for three years in a row is huge.
It's not that the other coaches weren't hollering.. " box him out"
! If he could just teach jumping and being ruthless on the boards to Al
Jefferson the two could rule on rebounds. Big Al seems a little flat
footed and seems to rely on his height and wingspan to rebound. I would venture
a guess that five extra rebounds a game, especially on the offensive end, is
possible if others would jump and contend like Millsap and Ronnie Price. They
seem to just get things done in the air they share with Jefferson.
he should be co-captain of the team.
Is there a place for write-ins on the ballot? Let's do what they did in Alaska!
Milsap and Williams have been the only players on the Jazz worthy of being on
the ALL-Star ballet.
Just go ahead and give Millsap the "Most Improved Player" award right
now. That would be a great testament to the work Paul has put in. Its fun to
watch him compete and reminds me more of Malone than the player he replaced.
It must be that the criterion for putting players' names on the ballot is their
past body of work, not how they are performing currently. Otherwise, Jefferson
and Kirilenko have no business being on it this year, despite how well as they
are playing.And Memo? Come on!!D-Will and Millsap are
the only Jazz playing at All Star level so far.
big al ? kirlinko? . why would they put them and not millsap on the ballot? who
decides. they must work in the office and not watch baskett ball.