Minggu, 13 Februari 2011


2011 NBA All-Star Game Preview 2011 NBA All-Star Game Preview(0)
NBA All-Star Game Preview
Los Angeles, CA
The 2011 NBA All-Star game will be held in Los Angeles at the Staples Center. This year will be the 60th All-Star Game. Performances by Rihanna and Lenny Kravitz should be electric. The audience will surely be filled to capacity with plenty of Hollywood stars. Again this year things get started off with the Celebrity Game on Friday night. A good mixture of celebrities and past stars makes for an entertaining game.
Taking Part This Year Include
Justin Beiber
Magic Johnson
Scottie Pippen
AC Green
Jimmy Kimmel – Said to be a coach of one team
Ty Burrell
Zach Levi
Rob Kardashian
Jason Alexander
Bill Simmmons – Suppose to coach the other team
Immediately following the Celebrity game will be the Rookies vs. Sophomores.
Eric Bledsoe, L.A. Clippers, G
DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento, C
Derrick Favors, New Jersey, F
Landry Fields, New York, G
Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers, F
Wesley Johnson, Minnesota, G
Greg Monroe, Detroit, C
Gary Neal, San Antonio, G
John Wall, Washington, G
Mike Budenholzer
Amar’e Stoudemire
Kevin McHale
DeJuan Blair, San Antonio, C
DeMar DeRozan, Toronto, G
Stephen Curry, Golden State, G
Tyreke Evans, Sacramento, G
Taj Gibson, Chicago, F
Jrue Holiday, Philadelphia, G
Serge Ibaka, Oklahoma City, F-C
Brandon Jennings, Milwaukee, G
Wesley Matthews, Portland, G
Head Coach – Not announced as of yet
Carmelo Anthony
Steve Kerr

LeBron James (Miami)
Amar’e Stoudemire (New York)
Dwyane Wade (Miami)
Derrick Rose (Chicago)
Dwight Howard (Orlando)
Ray Allen (Boston)
Chris Bosh (Miami)
Kevin Garnett (Boston)
Al Horford (Atlanta)
Joe Johnson (Atlanta)
Paul Pierce (Boston)
Rajon Rondo (Boston)
Coach: Doc Rivers (Boston)
Kevin Durant (Oklahoma City)
Carmelo Anthony (Denver)
Kobe Bryant (L.A. Lakers)
Chris Paul (New Orleans)
| Yao Ming (Houston)
Tim Duncan (San Antonio)
Manu Ginobili (San Antonio)
Pau Gasol (L.A. Lakers)
Blake Griffin (L.A. Clippers)
Kevin Love (Minnesota)
Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas)
Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City)
Deron Williams (Utah)
Coach: Gregg Popovich (San Antonio)

Three Point Competition Contenders
Ray Allen, Boston
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
Daniel Gibson, Cleveland
James Jones, Miami
Paul Pierce, Boston
Dorell Wright, Golden State
Slam Dunk Competition Contenders
Blake Griffin
Brandon Jennings
Serge Ibaka
JaVale McGee
NBA Skills Challenge Contenders
New this year the NBA allowed the fans to vote on the four players that would participate. According to NBA.com the four will compete against All-Star Chris Paul of the New Orleans Hornets.
The Four ‘Choose Your Squad’ Contenders are.
Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors
Baron Davis, Los Angeles Clippers
Tyreke Evans, Sacramento Kings
Derek Fisher, Los Angeles Lakers
Should be an exciting weekend, check back Thursday Night for my pre-game report. I will also have a few proposition bets, and a play or two for the game. Early leans Curry for the Skills Competition, Griffin for the Slam Dunk Competition, and Durant for the Three Ball Competition. I’ll take the Sophmores and the East in the games.

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