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What’s An All-Star Game Without Jordan?



What's An All-Star Game Without Jordan?

New York, New York! You ready for this All-Star Game?

Lets face it this weekend after the Knick nixed year you’ve had to put up with, you’d probably even be prepared to take those paper bags off for the blindfolds of that ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ sap!

Still basketball lovers rejoice because its time for this valentines weekends All-Star game and everyone’s getting involved. Not just the put to votes best of the best, but the formerly perceived snubs that now have their spots without even having to play Kevin Durant for one. Mark Cuban may even have a shot!


Injuries to Kobe Bryant, Blake Griffin, Anthony Davis and Dwyane Wade out East have now given DeMarcus Cousins, Damien Lillard, Dirk Nowitzki and Kyle Korver their just deserves. Still maybe one more big name needs to go down because what’s an All-Star game without Jordan?

DeAndre Jordan that is of the Los Angeles Clippers. He needs to join fellow Lob City star Chris Paul in joining in on hoops Hollywood in the Madison Square Mecca of the Big Apple. Besides his dunks should be the All-Star plays that replace his frontcourt force friend Griffin. Clipper coach Doc Rivers calls it a “travesty” that Andre is left off the dance card, especially after putting up 20, 20 numbers in points and rebounds recently.

Anyone with 20, 20 frontcourt vision should not be a hindsight afterthought. Maybe voters needed to take an eye test at opticians, because we think they where ticking the wrong box. Marcin Gortat of the Wiz was left spell-bound by his snub, Ty Lawson of Denver left looking for Nuggets and Mike Conley of the Grizz cut up, but this Clipped player is something else entirely.

Still as Rivers ran red with quotable rage he made it clear that this Jordan of the air is about to play in some games more important than this February friendly.

Then after the break we’ll see when it all comes down to it who the real star of the show is!

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