He has double-digit rebounds in THREE straight games.

He dunked today.

He’s only missed TWO layups in six whole minutes of play.

So naturally, David Stern has rescinded Brook Lopez’s All-Star spot and given it to All Day Gray.


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10 Responses to “AIRon Gray named All-Star replacement”

  1. BCBargnaniFieldsCaseyGots2Go!

    Has AB ever had 3 straight games with double digits rebounds in his career?

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    • BlakeMurphy

      Nope – http://www.basketball-reference.com/play-index/pstreak.cgi?request=1&player_id=&year_min=2008&year_max=2013&team_id=TOR&opp_id=&is_playoffs=N&game_location=&is_starter=&c1stat=trb&c1comp=ge&c1val=10&c2stat=&c2comp=ge&c2val=&c3stat=&c3comp=ge&c3val=&c4stat=&c4comp=ge&c4val=

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  2. JHP

    Just wondering is any Raptor connected to the All Star events ? And if not is this the second year in a row?

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    • BlakeMurphy

      3=pt and dunk announced Thursday. Ross in the dunk contest is the team’s only chance at a participant.

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  3. Holycraptors.com

    Love it. Love the nickname, love the missed layups, love the dead-eye stare in the photo.

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    • Nilanka15

      Statistically speaking, Ross isn’t having a better season than any of the rookies who were selected.

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  4. DumbassKicker

    Humour is a good thing, but lame cynical humour at the expense of a cheap shot at a guy working his ass off for your team? What age is this mentality appealing to? 9 year olds?

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