Handicapping the NY Knicks' Players' Odds of Making the 2013 NBA All-Star Game

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Handicapping the NY Knicks' Players' Odds of Making the 2013 NBA All-Star Game
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Could a Knick beside Carmelo Anthony have a serious chance at cracking the All-Star lineup?

With about a quarter of the NBA season in the books, and All-Star voting underway, it's about time to gauge which New York Knicks can realistically sniff the Eastern Conference's roster this winter.

As a team, it's clear the Knicks have struggled more than anyone could've expected. New York is 7-17, good for third-worst in the East. 

Carmelo Anthony's performance, though, has kept them from sliding even further. Anthony has put up over 26 points and a career-high nine boards thus far, and will almost definitely be an All-Star this season.

Can any other Knick step up their game to earn consideration for a reserve role? Ahead we break down who has the best chances of participating in basketball's battle of the stars. Note: All the following candidates' chances will add up to 100 percent.

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