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Published: Thursday, Dec. 16 2010 10:13 p.m. MST

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concerned jazz fan
Park City, UT

D-Will's lack enough votes mainly because the Jazz started the season with two blowout losses, talk about first impression! while Paul's Hornets has an impressive start..I still believe that D-Will will make it but not in the starting line-up..Kobe and Chris Paul are pretty much locked up in that two guard slots

AFCoug
Colorado Springs, CO

All star voting in the NBA is a popularity contest anyway. Getting voted in by the coaches means so much more than getting fan votes. A few years ago Iverson made the team and he wasn't even playing much, or well. The fact that Yao is leading the votes for center and hasn't touch a ball in over a year should mean something. The NBA needs to fix this and do it the right way. Take the players with the best stats at the end of Dec and put them on a ballot. Then open it up for voters for 2 weeks. Nobody who has failed to play would be on the ballot and the best players for that year would earn spots.

CJ Miles
Dallas, TX

Fisher is on the ballot and receiving votes? That right there tells the whole story!!

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