NBA All Star Reserves Revealed

Kyle McMorrowCorrespondent IJanuary 28, 2010

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While the official 2010 NBA All-Star reserves will not be made until later today, Yahoo Sports has reportedly acquired the list of reserves, and there are some major snubs in both the East and Western Conferences, but lets start with the guys who made the cut.


Guards: Derrick Rose and Rajon Rondo will make their All-Star game debuts February 14.

Guard/Forwards: Paul Pierce, Joe Johnson, Gerald Wallace

Forward/Center: Chris Bosh, Al Horford.

Left off the the team is New York Knicks standout David Lee who has 26 double-doubles this season and is leading all centers in the east in scoring and assists per game. Lee also ranks third in rebounds.


Guards: Deron Williams, Chris Paul, Brandon Roy

Forward: Kevin Durant, Dirk Nowitzki

Forward/Center: Pau Gasol, Zack Randolph.

Guards Chauncey Billups and Monta Ellis were left off this years roster, as well as Clippers' center Chris Kaman.