Friday , Nov , 18 , 2005 C.Y. Ellis

NBA All-Star Voting 2006: Who You Got?

What’s good, basketball fans?

Although still at an insanely early stage of the season, the league has just released the 2006 All-Star ballots, and today I’ll be asking you all to let me know who’ll be getting your vote.

Who absolutely must make it? Who have the fans slept on in past years? Which popular players do you feel should be staying home this time All-Star Weekend? Let me know your thoughts on this and anything else relating to the 2006 festivities by commenting in the box at the bottom of the page or emailing me directly at [email protected]

Tomorrow, I’ll be breaking down your responses and revealing my own picks. If you would like to select your squad here, remember that it’ll need two guards, two forwards and one centre from each conference.

NBA All-Star Voting 2006: Who You Got?

Guards: East
Gilbert Arenas, Washington
Chauncey Billups, Detroit
Vince Carter, New Jersey
Antonio Daniels, Washington
Ricky Davis, Boston
TJ Ford, Milwaukee
Steve Francis, Orlando
Ben Gordon, Chicago
Richard Hamilton, Detroit
Kirk Hinrich, Chicago
Larry Hughes, Cleveland
Allen Iverson, Philadelphia
Stephen Jackson, Indiana
Joe Johnson, Atlanta
Jason Kidd, New Jersey
Brevin Knight, Charlotte
Stephon Marbury, New York
Gary Payton, Miami
Morris Peterson, Toronto
Michael Redd, Milwaukee
Jalen Rose, Toronto
Josh Smith, Atlanta
Jamaal Tinsley, Indiana
Dwyane Wade, Miami
Forwards: East
Ron Artest, Indiana
Chris Bosh, Toronto
Caron Butler, Washington
Tyson Chandler, Chicago
Luol Deng, Chicago
Drew Gooden, Cleveland
Al Harrington, Atlanta
Grant Hill, Orlando
Dwight Howard, Orlando
Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia
LeBron James, Cleveland
Antawn Jamison, Washington
Richard Jefferson, New Jersey
Antonio McDyess, Detroit
Emeka Okafor, Charlotte
Jermaine O’Neal, Indiana
Paul Pierce, Boston
Tayshaun Prince, Detroit
Quentin Richardson, New York
Bobby Simmons, Milwaukee
Joe Smith, Milwaukee
Antoine Walker, Miami
Rasheed Wallace, Detroit
Chris Webber, Philadelphia
Centres: East
Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee
Primoz Brezec, Charlotte
Eddy Curry, New York
Samuel Dalembert, Philadelphia
Jeff Foster, Indiana
Brendan Haywood, Washington
Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Cleveland
Jerome James, New York
Nenad Krstic, New Jersey
Raef LaFrentz, Boston
Shaquille O’Neal, Miami
Ben Wallace, Detroit
Guards: West
Ray Allen, Seattle
Mike Bibby, Sacramento
Earl Boykins, Denver
Kobe Bryant, LA Lakers
Sam Cassell, LA Clippers
Speedy Claxton, NO/OKC
Baron Davis, Golden State
Michael Finley, San Antonio
Manu Ginobili, San Antonio
Matt Harpring, Utah
Bobby Jackson, Memphis
Jim Jackson, Phoenix
Eddie Jones, Memphis
Andre Miller, Denver
Cuttino Mobley, LA Clippers
Steve Nash, Phoenix
Tony Parker, San Antonio
Jason Richardson, Golden State
Luke Ridnour, Seattle
Jerry Stackhouse, Dallas
Damon Stoudamire, Memphis
Sebastian Telfair, Portland
Jason Terry, Dallas
David Wesley, Houston
Forwards: West
Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Sacramento
Carmelo Anthony, Denver
Carlos Boozer, Utah
Bruce Bowen, San Antonio
Elton Brand, LA Clippers
PJ Brown, NO/OKC
Tim Duncan, San Antonio
Kevin Garnett, Minnesota
Pau Gasol, Memphis
Robert Horry, San Antonio
Andrei Kirilenko, Utah
Rashard Lewis, Seattle
Corey Maggette, LA Clippers
Shawn Marion, Phoenix
Kenyon Martin, Denver
Tracy McGrady, Houston
Mike Miller, Memphis
Troy Murphy, Golden State
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas
Lamar Odom, LA Lakers
Zach Randolph, Portland
Peja Stojakovic, Sacramento
Amare Stoudemire, Phoenix
Wally Szczerbiak, Minnesota
Centres: West
Marcus Camby, Denver
Erick Dampier, Dallas
Chris Kaman, LA Clippers
Jamaal Magloire, New Orleans/Oklahoma City
Chris Mihm, LA Lakers
Brad Miller, Sacramento
Mehmet Okur, Utah
Michael Olowokandi, Minnesota
Joel Przybilla, Portland
Kurt Thomas, Phoenix
Lorenzen Wright, Memphis
Yao Ming, Houston
Until tomorrow, take it easy.