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Day-to-Day: Puzzling player and media NBA All-Star votes

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We look at who was voted in as NBA All-Star starters, who was snubbed and the oddest voting choices by players and media in the latest episode of The Step Back's Day-to-Day NBA Podcast, hosted by Jason Mann.

Keith Parish of Fastbreak Breakfast joins us to discuss whether the All-Star voting results were just, Stephen Curry finishing ahead of Russell Westbrook, DeMar DeRozan and Kyrie Irving finishing ahead of Kyle Lowry, how the players and media actually came to similar conclusions, the biggest oddities in media and player voting, the surprising players who received no All-Star votes, and how annoying it might have been for some NBA players to participate.

We also discuss our selections for the NBA All-Star reserves, whether Joel Embiid has played enough minutes to warrant selection, the case for Paul Millsap ahead of Paul George, whether Klay Thompson is playing well enough, Nikola Jokic by the numbers, the glut of big men in the West, and whether any teams will have too many or too few All-Stars.

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