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This may seem obvious, but there was once a time that most expected the Orlando Magic to get an All-Star in return for Dwight Howard.
While Arron Afflalo is a good young shooting guard, he would have to regain the defensive form that he showed during the 2011 season while increasing his scoring production by over five points per game over last season's total to make the All-Star game.
Rookies Moe Harkless and Andrew Nicholson have the potential to become great players, but both have a long way to go in order to become All-Stars.
Hedo Turkoglu's game has been declining for years, and Glen Davis has never been a starter over the course of an entire season, so both appear to be extreme long shots to garner any All-Star attention.
Jameer Nelson is the only Magic player that has been voted into the All-Star Game, as he was given the honor during the 2009 season.
Due to the presence of Rajon Rondo, Deron Williams and Brandon Jennings in the Eastern Conference, Nelson will have a hard time getting selected to the All-Star game even if he has a career year.
Teams without superstars struggle in the NBA, as the league is dominated by the league's elite players.
Considering that the Magic roster is without a single player that will be invited to the All-Star game, Orlando will be one of the teams that opposing superstars dominate with ease.
Rob Hennigan's rebuilding plan is to draft potentially franchise-changing players at the top of the lottery in the next couple of NBA Drafts. In order to do that, the Magic will have to be among the worst teams in the league, so having an All-Star on the roster would be counterproductive at that point.