With the NBA All-Star Ballot just released, names are often not included on the ballot that probably should be.
Now these aren't guys that will be playing in the All-Star Game, but they are good enough players having good enough seasons to at least be included on the ballot.
Here's a look at 10 players that were snubbed from this year's All-Star ballot.
Williams is off to a pretty good start to the season for the Hawks, averaging over 12 points and six boards per game.
Certainly he wouldn't make the team, but he's definitely worthy of being on the ballot.
Henderson is off to a solid beginning of the season as the Bobcats shooting guard, averaging 14.2 points per game.
He definitely should be on the ballot ahead of rookie Kemba Walker.
Harrington comes off the Denver bench, but he produces.
His 15.7 points and 6.5 rebounds per game are better numbers than some people on the ballot.
Despite being the Pistons' leading scorer at 18.0 points per game, Gordon was snubbed from the ballot.
His name should definitely have been included.
Forget the fact that he's averaging close to 15 points per game, how about just including Butler because he's been productive throughout his entire career?
Jack has taken over for Chris Paul and has done so nicely, averaging 16.5 points and eight assists per game.
How does he not even make the ballot?
He's one of the biggest snubs of the year.
Now to the biggest snub from the All-Star ballot in Orlando's Ryan Anderson.
Anderson has been nothing short of great so far for the Magic, averaging 19.2 points and 6.2 rebounds per game. Anderson's scoring average ranks him 13th in the league.
How he doesn't at least get on the ballot is a mystery.
Seeing Williams' name missing from the ballot is also somewhat of a shock. He's only 11th in the NBA in scoring at 20.2 points per game.
That type of production definitely should get you on the ballot.
Crawford has been good coming off the bench and while this isn't one of those years where he would draw serious consideration for a spot on the team, the veteran's name could at least have shown up on the ballot.
Blair's numbers exceed that of some of the big guys that appear on the ballot. His 14.8 points and 6.4 rebounds per game are good enough that he should have at least got some love on the ballot.