2013 NBA All-Star Game: Who Should and Shouldn't Be There

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2013 NBA All-Star Game: Who Should and Shouldn't Be There
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There are always several head-scratching omissions from the NBA All-Star game every year. 

It's no different this year. 

In addition to some questionable All-Star reserve selections, there are also some players starting the game who really shouldn't be there. 

The reserves for the East are Kyrie Irving, Jrue Holiday, Tyson Chandler, Joakim Noah, Luol Deng, Chris Bosh and Paul George.

Russell Westbrook, James Harden, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, LaMarcus Aldridge, David Lee and Zach Randolph make up the reserves for the West. 

Some of those players, however, should not be involved in the game. Here are six examples of who should and shouldn't be a 2013 All-Star

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