The 2013 All-Star Game was unlike any the NBA had seen in 16 seasons.
OK, that's a slight exaggeration. There was one thing different about this year's All-Star Game in Houston, but that difference was relatively minor and hardly noticeable to people outside of the Bay Area.
The difference, of course, was the presence of David Lee on the roster. The Warriors power forward became the first Golden State player to make an All-Star team since Latrell Sprewell in 1997.
It doesn't take much careful analysis to predict that it will be less than a decade and a half before another Warriors player is selected. After all, the lack of an All-Star in Oakland has much to do with the lack of winning seasons.
Considering that Golden State is trending upwards as a franchise, both of these scarcities should become plentiful over the next several years.
Which Warriors will actually make the exclusive cut next season? I'll attempt to break it down.