BryantDunkGiant wrote:He's listed as a Guard on the ballots.
He's not gonna have a chance of beating out McGrady, Iverson, Kidd, Pierce, Baron Davis or those other guys...
BryantDunkGiant wrote:After thinking it over, you might be right-- but LeBron will be an 11th or 12th man on that squad.
crucifido wrote:If he was in the West - no he's not an all-star.
But since he's in the NBA Farm System (the East), yes he's an all-star - not a starter but defintiely on the squad.
realm_of_shadows wrote:Sadly all the hype convinces fans he deserves to be in the all star game, which he doesn't.
LakersGyrl2003 wrote:Nope... He'll make the rookie game though. The NBA needs him to participate somehow because they'll look stupid if they don't. He's been marketed so much that they do in fact need him. He wont make the all-star lineup though, that's WAAAAY too far fetched. But u never know, cuz it's who the fans wanna c.
CL's Daily News: Vince Carter of Toronto (1,629,169) and Kobe Bryant of the Lakers (1,333,262) are the top vote-getters in their conferences.
Carter and Jermaine O'Neal of Indiana have the most votes among Eastern Conference forwards. The leading guards are Allen Iverson of Philadelphia and Tracy McGrady of Orlando. Cleveland rookie LeBron James is fourth, behind Jason Kidd of New Jersey.
Ben Wallace of Detroit leads by more than a million votes at center.
In the West, the leading guards are Bryant and Steve Francis of Houston. The two top forwards are Kevin Garnett of Minnesota and Tim Duncan of San Antonio.
swolswol wrote:LAKERGYRL IS TO LEBRON WHAT SHAQFAN IS TO KOBE.....YOU WONT CONVINCE HER OTHER WISE, JUST AGREE TO DISAGREE MAN
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