2011 NBA All-Star Game Ballot Announced: Complete List of Players

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2011 NBA All-Star Game Ballot Announced: Complete List of Players
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The 2010-11 NBA season has gotten off to a fascinating start, with many teams making early statements to the rest of the league.  

On November 18th the ballot for this year's All-Star game was announced, including 120 players, 60 from the Western Conference and 60 from the Eastern Conference.  The 120 players were selected by J.A. Adande, Marv Albert, Art Garcia, Marc Spears, Doug Smith and Ian Thomsen.  

This year the NBA All-Star Game will be played on February 20, 2011 in Los Angeles, which will also host all of the weekend's festivities.  The following players are on this year's ballot for the NBA All-Star Game:

 

Eastern Conference

Guards

Ray Allen, Boston Celtics

Gilbert Arenas, Washington Wizards

Mike Bibby, Atlanta Hawks

Vince Carter, Orlando Magic

Mario Chalmers, Miami Heat

Darren Collison, Indiana Pacers

Jamal Crawford, Atlanta Hawks

DeMar DeRozan, Toronto Raptors

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Raymond Felton, New York Knicks

Ben Gordon, Detroit Pistons

Richard Hamilton, Detroit Pistons

Devin Harris, New Jersey Nets

Jrue Holliday, Philadelphia 76ers

Stephen Jackson, Charlotte Bobcats

Brandon Jennings, Milwaukee Bucks

Joe Johnson, Atlanta Hawks

Jameer Nelson, Orlando Magic

Rajon Rondo, Boston Celtics

Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls

John Salmons, Milwaukee Bucks

Rodney Stuckey, Detroit Pistons

Dwayne Wade, Miami Heat

John Wall, Washington Wizards

Mo Williams, Cleveland Cavaliers

 

Forwards

Carlos Boozer, Chicago Bulls

Chris Bosh, Miami Heat

Elton Brand, Philadelphia 76ers

Luol Deng, Chicago Bulls

Boris Diaw, Charlotte Bobcats

Danilo Gallinari, New York Knicks

Kevin Garnett, Boston Celtics

Drew Gooden, Milwaukee Bucks

Danny Granger, Indiana Pacers

J.J. Hickson, Cleveland Cavaliers

Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia 76ers

LeBron James, Miami Heat

Antawn Jamison, Cleveland Cavaliers

Linas Kleiza, Toronto Raptors

Rashard Lewis, Orlando Magic

Corey Maggette, Milwaukee Bucks

Troy Murphy, New Jersey Nets

Paul Pierce, Boston Celtics

Tayshaun Prince, Detroit Pistons

Josh Smith, Atlanta Hawks

Amar'e Stoudemire, New York Knicks

Gerald Wallace, Charlotte Bobcats

Marvin Williams, Atlanta Hawks

Thaddeus Young, Philadelphia 76ers

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Centers

Andrea Bargnani, Toronto Raptors

Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee Bucks

Roy Hibbert, Indiana Pacers

Al Horford, Atlanta Hawks

Dwight howard, Orlando Magic

Brook Lopez, New Jersey Nets

JaVale McGee, Washington Wizards

Nazr Mohammed, Charlotte Bobcats

Joakim Noah, Chicago Bulls

Shaquille O'Neal, Boston Celtics

Anderson Varejao, Cleveland Cavaliers

Ben Wallace, Detroit Pistons

 

Western Conference

Guards

Chauncey Billups, Denver Nuggets

Corey Brewer, Minnesota Timberwolves

Aaron Brooks, Houston Rockets

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Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

Mike Conley, Memphis Grizzlies

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors

Baron Davis, Los Angeles Clippers

Monta Ellis, Golden State Warriors

Tyreke Evans, Sacramento Kings

Derek Fisher, Los Angeles Lakers

Manu Ginobili, San Antonio Spurs

Eric Gordon, Los Angeles Clippers

Jason Kidd, Dallas Mavericks

Kevin Martin, Houston Rockets

O.J. Mayo, Memphis Grizzlies

Andre Miller, Portland Trail Blazers

Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns

Tony Parker, San Antonio Spurs

Chris Paul, New Orleans Hornets

Jason Richardson, Phoenix Suns

Brandon Roy, Portland Trail Blazers

Thabo Sefolosha, Oklahoma City Thunder

Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder

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Deron Williams, Utah Jazz

 

Forwards

LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland Trail Blazers

Carmelo Anthony, Denver Nuggets

Trevor Ariza, New Orleans Hornets

Ron Artest, Los Angeles Lakers

Michael Beasley, Minnesota Timberwolves

Caron Butler, Dallas Mavericks

Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs

Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder

Pau Gasol, Los Angeles Lakers

Rudy Gay, Memphis Grizzlies

Jeff Green, Oklahoma City Thunder

Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers

Grant Hill, Phoenix Suns

Al Jefferson, Utah Jazz

Andrei Kirilenko, Utah Jazz

Carl Landry, Sacramento Kings

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David Lee, Golden State Warriors

Kevin Love, Minnesota Timberwolves

Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks

Lamar Odom, Los Angeles Lakers

Zach Randolph, Memphis Grizzlies

Luis Scola, Houston Rockets

Hedo Turkoglu, Phoenix Suns

David West, New Orleans Hornets

 

Centers

Andris Biedrins, Golden State Warriors

Andrew Bynum, Los Angeles Lakers

Marcus Camby, Portland Trail Blazers

DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento Kings

Marc Gasol, Memphis Grizzlies

Brendan Haywood, Dallas Mavericks

Chris Kaman, Los Angeles Clippers

Robin Lopez, Phoenix Suns

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Nene, Denver Nuggets

Emeka Okafor, New Orleans Hornets

Mehmet Okur, Utah Jazz

Yao Ming, Houston Rockets

 

Amount of All-Star Candidates for each Team

Atlanta Hawks: 6

Boston Celtics: 5

Charlotte Bobcats: 4

Chicago Bulls: 4

Cleveland Cavaliers: 4

Dallas Mavericks: 4

Denver Nuggets: 3

Detroit Pistons: 5

Golden State Warriors: 3

Houston Rockets: 4

Indiana Pacers: 3

Los Angeles Clippers: 4

Los Angeles Lakers: 6

Memphis Grizzlies: 5

Miami Heat: 4

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Milwaukee Bucks: 5

Minnesota Timberwolves: 3

New Jersey Nets: 3

New Orleans Hornets: 4

New York Knicks: 3

Oklahoma City Thunder: 4

Orlando Magic: 4

Philadelphia 76ers: 4

Phoenix Suns: 5

Portland Trail Blazers: 3

Sacramento Kings: 3

San Antonio Spurs: 3

Toronto Raptors: 3

Utah Jazz: 4

Washington Wizards: 3

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