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    Default Deserving All-Star Reserves: NBAOnGame Blog.

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    Irving and Jennings are both fair options for a reserve all-star nod, but I think Holiday should be ahead of those guys. He's been having a superb season.

    Tyson Chandler I agree with

    I don't agree with Crawford though. I know this is more of a contrarian pick, but there are plenty of better perimeter players in the west who are heads and shoulders above him. Hell, Matt Barnes arguably deserves a nod ahead of Crawford. I know that even more contrarian, and would never happen, but he does so much more to impact a game than Crawford does.

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    Quote Craiger wrote: View Post
    Irving and Jennings are both fair options for a reserve all-star nod, but I think Holiday should be ahead of those guys. He's been having a superb season.

    Tyson Chandler I agree with

    I don't agree with Crawford though. I know this is more of a contrarian pick, but there are plenty of better perimeter players in the west who are heads and shoulders above him. Hell, Matt Barnes arguably deserves a nod ahead of Crawford. I know that even more contrarian, and would never happen, but he does so much more to impact a game than Crawford does.
    Irving & Holiday - Both playing for sub .500 teams. So, I went individually.

    As much as Holiday is having a superb season, so is Kyrie Irving. Over-time, I would take Irving over Holiday, just because the potential is far greater, & he's the better player right now in my opinion. Irving's season accomplishments have the edge right now over him. Although, I would take Holiday over Jennings any day of the week.

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