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Introducing the "Should-Be" 2010 NBA All-Stars

Mike B.Correspondent IDecember 15, 2009

If the 2010 NBA All-Star Game was played today, Houston Rockets star Tracy McGrady would start alongside Kobe Bryant at guard for the Western Conference.

That wouldn't make much sense.

T-MAC is a great player, however, he doesn't deserve to be an All-Star since he hasn't even stepped on the court this season.

That goes to show you that sometimes fans shouldn't be allowed to vote.

Anyway, I put together a list of the players who I think deserve to be All-Stars this season, even though it's only December.

Eastern Conference

Starters:

Forward— LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

Forward Chris Bosh, Toronto Raptors

Center Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic

Guard Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat

Guard Vince Carter, Orlando Magic

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Reserves:

F—Paul Pierce, Boston Celtics

F—Kevin Garnett, Boston Celtics

C—Brook Lopez, New Jersey Nets

G—Joe Johnson, Atlanta Hawks

G—Rodney Stuckey, Detroit Pistons

F—Josh Smith, Atlanta Hawks

F—Gerald Wallace, Charlotte Bobcats

Western Conference

Starters:

Forward— Carmelo Anthony, Denver Nuggets

Forward Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks

Center Amar'e Stoudemire, Phoenix Suns

Guard Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns

Guard Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

Reserves:

F—Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder

F—Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs

C—Andrew Bynum, Los Angeles Lakers

G—Deron Williams, Utah Jazz

G—Chris Paul, New Orleans Hornets

G—Chauncey Billups, Denver Nuggets

F—Carlos Boozer, Utah Jazz

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