Originally Posted by DatZNasty
I agree he really isn't an All Star, but I also agree you can't have a perenial 58+ win team with only one all star, who then comes like 6th in MVP voting.
Josh is putting up 19 and 6 this yr. Hardly mind boggling numbers but in just recent years we have sen Chauncy Billups, Rasheed Wallace, Rip Hamilton, Manu Ginobilli, and Tony Parker all make it with similar or worse numbers.
But Howard plays the most overcrowded position for allstars, forward in the west. That is the difference.