Friday, January 20, 2012

Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard most voted for NBA All Star Game

Kobe Bryant Dwight Howard

The second installment of the popular vote for the upcoming All-Star center Dwight Howard kept, the Orlando Magic, as preferred by the public, while Kobe Bryant of the Lakers in Los Angeles is the second .

The Spanishs Pau and Marc Gasol along with rookie Ricky Rubio in third place in their respective positions of power forward, pivot and base, respectively, within the Western Conference.

Another Spanish, guard Jose Manuel Calderon, Toronto Raptors, is sixth in the Eastern Conference.

While the power forward Nene of the Denver Nuggets is the best Latin American player ranked at fourth place in the list, behind Marc Gasol, Memphis Grizzlies.

Another power forward, dominican Al Horford of the Atlanta Hawks, who is injured and will be sidelined for at least three months, ranks sixth in the voting in the Eastern Conference.

The Argentine veteran guard 'Manu' Ginobili, the Spurs San Antonio Spurs, also injured, was in eighth place in the Western Conference.

Howard is the most voted in the Eastern Conference, followed by the base star of the Chicago Bulls, Derrick Rose, who beat LeBron James, Miami Heat, second last week, which fell to third place.

While in the Western Conference, Bryant continues as the preferred, followed by forward Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder and the third in the vote is for the guard Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers.

According to the current voting for the All-Star Game to be played on February 26 in Orlando (Florida), the starting lineups would be the Rose, Dwyane Wade, Howard, James and Carmelo Anthony to the Eastern Conference.

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