The NBA All-Star Game Should Choose the Top-24 Players Period, Says Howard Beck

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Rudy Gobert are considered “snubs” for the NBA All-Star Game. The All-Star format means 12 players must come from each conference, but the West is stronger than the East. Watch the video above for why Howard Beck says the NBA should just select the 24 best players, period.

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February 13, 2019 at 11:24AM


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