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NBA All-Star Ballot Released, Includes Five Pistons

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The 2011 NBA All-Star Game isn't until Feb. 20, 2011, but voting for which players will be making the trip to Los Angeles for the game is now underway. The NBA All-Star ballot was released yesterday, giving fans an idea of which players are in the discussion for the 2011 NBA All-Star Game. There are 120 total players on the ballot, with 60 from each conference. In all, there are 24 guards, 24 forwards and 12 centers from each conference, and fans will vote for two guards, two forwards and one center from both the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference when putting their ballot together.


For the Pistons, there are five players on the ballot: Ben Gordon, Richard Hamilton and Rodney Stuckey at guard, Tayshaun Prince at forward and Ben Wallace at center. Hamilton has been in the All-Star Game three times in his career and Wallace has been involved four times. Gordon, Stuckey and Prince are all still waiting for their first ever All-Star Game appearance.


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