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    Thursday, January 23, 2014

    NBA All Star Game 2014 Starters for West and East



    By BallersPinas


    The NBA announced today the elite members of the NBA All Star Game 2014 Starters for both the Eastern Conference and  the Western Conference. They will showcase their cold blooded ballin' skills on the All Star Game in New Orleans this coming Feb 16, Feb 17 here in the Philippines.

    Some of the usual starters like Chris Paul and Dwight Howard were not included in the starting five for the West All Stars. Stephen Curry will be West's starting point-guard while Kevin Love is the starting big man.

    Meanwhile in the East, Rondo is no longer the starting point-guard. Kyrie Irving a.k.a. Uncle Drew took his spot. And what's more surprising is that there was no true Big Man in the East's starting Five. Last year Kevin Garnett was in there but now, there was no semblance of a traditional big man in the middle for the East starters. Can Melo and LeBron match the grit and grind of Blake and Kevin? Let's just wait and see.





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