More than that. Chinese people will vote more than once.#1_Kobe_fan wrote:there is approx. 400 million americans in the US. We would have to have make every single person in the USA to cast a vote 8 times!!!!!
#1_Kobe_fan wrote:IF you guys think SHAQ will get the STARTING SPOT in the WEST you are kidding yourselves!!!!!
Are you forgetting that internation votes counts!!! and YAO MING has 4 BILLION chinese people ready to vote for him .... not to mention the city of HOUSTON!!!
They should do away with the international votes!!!
it sucks because LOS ANGELES gets to host the allstar game and SHAQ will be warming YAO's seat on the bench!!!!
Posto wrote:4 Billion people in China. 2 Billion in the rest of the world. Shaq does not have a shot to start at center. Other countires then the U.S should only be able to vote once.
Before you know it Yao, Wang ZhiZhi, and Batteer from the Raptors will all be the leading vote getters for starting at center in the All Star game.
Vasashi17 wrote:We already get to experience 4 allstars 41 times at Staples Center....lets make it 5 allstars (preferably KG joining them at SF) 42 times at Staples Center....the Allstar game is in LA this year and we gotta represent this lineup
SF Your choice (my choice -> KG)
So get voting NOW so that all our votes count in bringing this starting lineup on Allstar night.....You are limited to one vote per day (every 24 hours) at NBA.com (link provided below) so lets get on it people and this way we honestly know that CL gave its entire effort to get this starting lineup together....lets make history by having 4 Laker starters....and how better to do that by featuring this lineup globally, in our own house....see you at the polls.....EVERYDAY, till the polls close.
Vote here NOW...and then every 24 hours there after ---> Allstar Ballot
*Mods if you could...please sticky this topic...thanks! Let's get to work CL!!!!
Lakers Dynasty 2000 wrote:Keep voting guys! Remember, every vote counts
China may be the most populous country in the world but it's not a developed country, which means that not too many have access to computers, let alone the internet, let alone logging on to nba.com and voting. Obviously, they still have enough manpower to vote Yao Ming as the starter, as was the case last year. The NBA is going global, you should be thankful because this would mean more revenue for the NBA - translates: better arenas, more media hype - bigger rivalries, etc.
Now, only America and no country should vote? Be ashamed at yourself. Don't go back to the - "these people are not allowed to ride the bus" statements
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