Handicapping Boston Celtics Players' Odds of Making 2013 NBA All-Star Game

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Handicapping Boston Celtics Players' Odds of Making 2013 NBA All-Star Game
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After six years of watching some combination of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo suit up for the NBA Eastern Conference All-Stars, it is going to be quite an adjustment when the Boston Celtics faithful tune in to the 2014 festivities in New Orleans.

The 2013-14 Celtics have some nice pieces who have played well in the team’s fairly surprising 12-15 start, but the real All-Star for these C’s has been rookie head coach Brad Stevens who has this oddly constructed roster clicking above and beyond anyone’s expectations.

Still, All-Star Game selections rarely follow pure logic, and while it is quite unlikely a Boston player winds up as a starter there, it is not inconceivable that there could be a player off the pine representing the green.

While the East’s roster will likely be populated primarily with Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers, a Celtic could potentially slip in, particularly given the overall weakness of the conference thus far.

Now that the first round of voting returns have been announced, let’s take a moment to examine the Boston players most likely to earn an All-Star appearance this season, as well as what their chance look like.

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