Your 2010 NBA All-Star Starters

DeAnte MitchellCorrespondent IDecember 13, 2009

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With the 2010 NBA All-Star game approaching, the All-Star voting is getting intense. Many of the top scorers will be showcasing their skills as fans decide who plays in the game. These will be the All-Star Starters for both teams.


The West Starters


Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony leads the league in scoring with 30.3 points per game. In the first round of votes, Carmelo leads the West forwards with 588,958 votes.

Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki is second in votes for West forwards. Dirk scores 26.9 points per game and snags 8.3 rebounds per game. Dirk has 366,300 votes and is looking for his first start ever in the All-Star game.



Kobe Bryant

Kobe is a no brainer. He leads all West guards with 692,518 votes.

Tracy McGrady

The biggest surprise this season would be McGrady. Seeing that China has a huge fan base for Rocket players, I see Tracy McGrady, if healthy, starting in the All-Star game. McGrady is second in votes for guard in the West 281,545.



Amar'e Stoudemire

Amar'e Stoudemire leads the center position in the West with almost 447,776 votes. Second is Andrew Bynum, then Chris Kaman.


East Starters


LeBron James

LeBron James two-time All-Star MVP and leads the forwards with 649,327 votes. Fourth in the league in scoring, LBJ is on pace to start yet another All-Star game.

Kevin Garnett

Kevin Garnett is a former All-Star MVP and is second in the voting with 533,187 votes.



Dwayne Wade

Wade is the leading vote recipient in the East with 672,227 votes. He averages 27.1 points and dishes six assists per game.

Vince Carter

Carter second in votes for guards at 292,002. Vince Carter averages 19.5 points and 4.8 rebounds per game.



Dwight Howard

Superman leads all All-Star centers with 625,279 votes. Howard averages a double-double with 18 points and 12.2 rebounds per game.