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NBA Announces All-Star Reserves

It seems like a long time ago that us Cavs fans were complaining about having just one All-Star - LeBron James - while the rest of the roster got no respect when the NBA All-Star reserves were announced.  Needless to say, the Cavaliers have nothing to worry about this year, losers of 23-straight games.  There will be an All-Star Game, and today the NBA announced the 2011 NBA All-Star Game reserves:

EASTERN CONFERENCE:

C Kevin Garnett - Boston Celtics

SF Paul Pierce - Boston Celtics

PG Rajon Rondo - Boston Celtics

SG Ray Allen - Boston Celtics

C Al Horford - Atlanta Hawks

SG Joe Johnson - Atlanta Hawks

PF Chris Bosh - Miami Heat

WESTERN CONFERENCE

SG Manu Ginobili - San Antonio Spurs

C Tim Duncan - San Antonio Spurs

PF Dirk Nowitzki - Dallas Mavericks

PF Pau Gasol - Los Angeles Lakers

PG Deron Williams - Utah Jazz

PG Russell Westbrook - Oklahoma City Thunder

PF Blake Griffin - Los Angeles Clippers

The starters were announced last week - chosen by fan vote - and include:

EASTERN CONFERENCE

PG Derrick Rose - Chicago Bulls

SG - Dwyane Wade - Miami Heat

SF - LeBron James - Miami Heat

PF - Amare Stoudemire - Phoenix Suns

C - Dwight Howard - Orlando Magic

WESTERN CONFERENCE

PG Chris Paul - New Orleans Hornets

SG - Kobe Bryant - Los Angeles Lakers

SF - Carmelo Anthony - Denver Nuggets

PF - Kevin Durant - Oklahoma City Thunder

C - Yao Ming - Houston Rockets (injured, will be replaced)

The 2011 NBA All-Star game takes place on February 20th in Los Angeles, California.

Photographs by spatulated, Triple Tri, and chrischappelear used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.