Devin Booker, Khris Middleton and the 10 biggest 2021 NBA All-Star snubs
The NBA announced its list of 14 All-Star reserves for this year's game in Atlanta on March 7. There were perhaps more deserving candidates this year than ever before, which means there were plenty of worthy candidates left out.
This year's snubs could make a solid argument that the NBA should expand its All-Star teams to at least 13 players from each conference — the number of active players in each team's lineup — and maybe even to a 15-man roster. That would throw a wrench into the league's historical context, and even at 15 there would be players on the bubble.
The question with snubs is always: Which selections would you take off this year's list of All-Stars?
Has Nikola Vucevic done more for the 12th-place Orlando Magic than Domantas Sabonis has for the fourth-place Indiana Pacers? Is Chris Paul more deserving than Phoenix Suns teammate Devin Booker? Are Zach LaVine's numbers for the 14-win Chicago Bulls emptier than Khris Middeton's on the 18-win Milwaukee Bucks? Those are questions for the 30 head coaches who made the reserve picks …
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