Take a look at Top 10 NBA 2015 All-Star Snubs !

February 2, 2015 2:47 am

10) – Among
all the other Small Forwards in the West, Rudy Gay is the leader in PPG
with 20.2. Among the other Small Forward in the West Conference, he is
the first in FT%, 2nd in Assists and he is shooting 36% from down-town.

9)  -Kemba Walker is having a great season with 18.8 PPG, 5.2 AST and 3.8 RPG.

8)  – An All Star game without the
veteran Dirk Nowitzki just won’t be right. Yes, he is getting old but he
still is one of the best Power Forwards in this league. He’s having
18.5 PPG, 6.0 RPG and 2.0 AST.

7)  – Korver’s best chance to make the All Star
game was this season. He has the best 3PM% in history with 53%. He’s
scoring 13.1 PPG, 2.8 AST, 4.2 RPG.

6.  -The Orlando’s center is having a
great season and is ranked 7th in the East in scoring with 19.5 PPG and
3rd in rebounds with 11.3 RPG.

5)  -Monta Ellis was the #5 pick
back in the days but this doesn’t really matter and it doesn’t make any
big difference. He is one of the best SG/PG in the league that you
don’t think much about. He is ranked third among the other PG in PPG and
STL with 20.5 and 1.7.

4)  – Hayward is ranked 2nd among the other Small Forwards in the West with 19 PPG, 2nd in AST (tied with Rudy Gay) with 4.1.

3) Mike Conley – Mike Conley is one of the most underrated
players in the league and we all know that. He is shooting 40% from the
arc, he has 17.4 PPG and is ranked 5th among Western PG. He is ranked
10th in AST with 5.6 per game.

2)  – Dwight Howard’s streak of All
Star appearances will come to an end this season. His last injury came
at worst time for his All Star chances. He has 16.3 PPG, 11 RPG and 1.4

1)  – The Portland Trail Blazers are ranked 3rd
in the Western Conference and most of the credits for that are going to
Lillard. He is having the same season as Curry, just the problem is that
he doesn’t have as much as commercials. He has 21.8 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 6.2
AST and is shooting 36.7% from 3.

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