An NBA All-Star team is comprised of the 12 best players from the entire conference. Being an All-Star is a very prestigious honor, and they not only prove themselves to their coaches but to sportswriters, fans and everyone in between.
It is an honor for a team to have their best player represent them in the All-Star festivities. It is even a more prestigious honor to have multiple players represent your franchise on the All-Star team.
In this day and age in the NBA, players are pairing up in order to have a shot at winning the title. Loyalty seems to be a thing of the past as more players are on the move, creating more teams with multiple All-Stars. As the offseason is winding down, let's take a look at where each All-Star duo ranks among one other.
(Just for clarification, for the teams that have three All-Stars I selected the best duo out of the three possibilities. Also, the grades are relative: for instance, D-Rose and Deng aren't actually a C-, but compared to Wade and LeBron, they are.)