|NBA All-Star Reserves Announced|
The NBA All-Star reserves have been announced, and as is the case every year, there is much debate as to which players should have been selected and which guys probably didn't deserve to be there. Brook Lopez and Stephen Curry are the two names brought up by most experts.
San Antonio's Tim Duncan will be going to his 14th All-Star game, while Cleveland's Kyrie Irving will be playing in his first for the Eastern Conference. Other Eastern Conference reserves include Chicago's Joakim Noah and Luol Deng, Indiana's Paul George - another first-timer along with Philadelphia's Jrue Holiday, New York's Tyson Chandler wil join starting teammate Carmelo Anthony as the Knicks representatives, and the team is rounded out by Miami's Chris Bosh.
Over in the Western Conference, joining Duncan will be his Spurs running mate Tony Parker, Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Zach Randolph from the Memphis Grizzlies, David Lee of the Warriors gets a nod for the second time, LaMarcus Aldridge from the Blazers, and Houston's James Harden makes his All-Star debut as well.
If any of the players are unable to participate in the All-Star game then Commissioner David Stern will pick a replacement player.
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