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Old 10-09-2012, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default what non allstars/perennial all-stars would be an all-star on a different team

What players out there, non allstar/perennial all-star, could be an all star if they were on a different team.

I think if james harden and maybe im reaching, but lou williams, was on the bulls, either one of them could have an all-star caliber season

any other players you guys watch out there and think to yourself, if that person was on the right team, they definitely could be an all-star or at least close to it.

and im not really talking about the fans voting. i mean for this thread to be more along the lines of players who could have a season worthy enough of a coaches selections if they were on a different nba team.
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Old 10-09-2012, 07:22 PM   #2
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Default Re: what non allstars/perennial all-stars would be an all-star on a different team

Speaking for last season Kyrie Irving would have been an all star if he was on a playoff team. Deron Williams is another player that could make all star games on a playoff team. As you mentioned Harden who I am a big fan of, and I think Marcin Gortat could easily be an all star if the Suns were better.
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Default Re: what non allstars/perennial all-stars would be an all-star on a different team

If monta Ellis was on Boston
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Old 10-09-2012, 07:49 PM   #4
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Gortat on Miami or Thunders.
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Default Re: what non allstars/perennial all-stars would be an all-star on a different team

Monta Ellis on the Knicks

James Harden on the Knicks

Rudy Gay on the Knicks

Josh Smith on the Knicks

Joakim Noah on the Knicks

Gortat on the Knicks

Kyrie Irving on the Knicks
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Default Re: what non allstars/perennial all-stars would be an all-star on a different team

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Speaking for last season Kyrie Irving would have been an all star if he was on a playoff team. Deron Williams is another player that could make all star games on a playoff team. As you mentioned Harden who I am a big fan of, and I think Marcin Gortat could easily be an all star if the Suns were better.

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Default Re: what non allstars/perennial all-stars would be an all-star on a different team

Ummm...perennial and non all-stars aren't the same thing.

For example, LeBron, Kobe, Wade, Dwight, etc. are perennial All-Stars. They would be All-Stars regardless of who they played for.

Maybe I'm just confused by the phrasing?
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Old 10-09-2012, 08:38 PM   #9
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Default Re: what non allstars/perennial all-stars would be an all-star on a different team

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Ummm...perennial and non all-stars aren't the same thing.

For example, LeBron, Kobe, Wade, Dwight, etc. are perennial All-Stars. They would be All-Stars regardless of who they played for.

Maybe I'm just confused by the phrasing?

No, you're not, OP doesn't know what perennial means
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Ummm...perennial and non all-stars aren't the same thing.

For example, LeBron, Kobe, Wade, Dwight, etc. are perennial All-Stars. They would be All-Stars regardless of who they played for.

Maybe I'm just confused by the phrasing?

didn't even catch that. you're right. perennial would mean they're making it every year.
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No, you're not, OP doesn't know what perennial means

Maybe the "non" applies to both all-stars and perennial all-stars? Like, maybe, what non-perennial All-Stars (guys that might have made it once or twice with some team in a limited role - think Manu) would be perennial All-Stars on a different team.
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Old 10-09-2012, 09:37 PM   #12
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Maybe the "non" applies to both all-stars and perennial all-stars? Like, maybe, what non-perennial All-Stars (guys that might have made it once or twice with some team in a limited role - think Manu) would be perennial All-Stars on a different team.

ye the phrasing of my op was a little hard to follow. but you basically got it right there. the non applied to both all stars and perennial all-stars. basically, i should have just left it as what non allstar

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