Kobe Bryant, LeBron James: The NBA’s All Star Game 2010 Part I

Posted: 27th November 2009 by Brandon Ribak in NBA
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It's never too early to get started on who deserves to compete in one of the most highly publicized events on television world-wide.á NBA Primetime ranks their top performers on the season thus far and lists the starting five and bench players for both conferences. á Eastern Conference Starting Five G- Dwyane WadeùAveraging 27.8 PPG 14 GP (fourth in league). A clear favorite in the starting lineup. G- Vince CarterùHas helped bring Orlando to a 12-4 record (best in Eastern Conference), while averaging just under 20 PPG, 5.0 RPG, and 2.3 APG. F- LeBron JamesùArguably the most elite player in the league, is there any doubt LJ won't make the starting five!?! F- Josh SmithùAn extreme underdog who probably won't make it into the starting five, but a player who is more than deserving of the ...

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