Predicting Who Will Make the NBA's All-Star Reserves

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Predicting Who Will Make the NBA's All-Star Reserves
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Now that the starting lineups for the 2013-14 NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans have been decided by the fans and officially announced, it's time to tackle the reserves for each conference. 

If you're unfamiliar with the format, here's how the selection process works.

The All-Star reserves are chosen by all the head coaches representing their respective conferences. Coaches are not allowed to vote for their own players. The coaches will vote for two backcourt reserves, three frontcourt reserves and two "wild card" choices that can play any position. 

If a player is injured and can't play in the All-Star Game (like Kobe Bryant may be), the commissioner picks an injury replacement. 

Got all that? Great. On to the All-Star reserve predictions!


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