Who do you think got Snubbed when they picked the NBA All-Stars?

United States
February 2, 2008 7:45pm CST
The player who I believe got snubbed the most is Chris Kaman for the Clippers. He has had a monster season where he had highs in points, rebounds, AND block shots. He has been inpossible to defend and has carried the clips all season. Sadly because of the minimal amount of wins that the clippers have, he was overlooked for the massive play of Kaman.
3 responses
• China
3 Feb 08
yaoming yaoming
• United States
3 Feb 08
Im having a dilema in figuring out why you would mention Yao. He is not only an all-star, but was the leading vote getter in the western team... besides KB.
@Kenorv (344)
• United States
3 Feb 08
I'll say Jose Calderon of Toronto. He hasn't been the starter the entire year but once T.J. Ford got hurt and he did become the starter, his numbers have increased. Kaman's Clippers are bad which is why he got snubbed but Dwyane Wade's Heat are even worse. So if Kaman gets left off of the all star team then so should Wade. Give it to someone who's team is above .500, not 27 games below it.
• United States
3 Feb 08
You know what.. that is a good point with Wade, because the Heat are horrible, even if he is the only good asset in them.
@jhl930 (3607)
• United States
3 Feb 08
I personally think that shaq was overlooked even though he has missed a few games this season and he hasn't had the greatest season that he has ever had but you do have to give shaq one thing whenever he gets into a playoff game he is usually one that dominates the game...he is one of the best centers to ever play the game(you don't believe it just go and check all of his stats over the years that will prove it to you)so I really do think that he should have been picked as an allstar this season because i think he would have dominated!
• United States
3 Feb 08
With all due respect I would have to disagree. I think last season he was all that you said. Yet, in this season not only is he overweight and injured, but also there are more deserving players to be recognized. Unfortunately, O'neal is reaching a stage in his game, where he is no longer in controll of his condition. Its easy to say that he is "fat" but at his body type and age, it cannot be so easy to just shed the pounds. Plus the injury that he has sustained, is the type that delivers great pain and limits his conditioning.