Hoops Rumors Community Shootaround 10/15/15

Last year’s NBA All-Star game saw six players earn themselves an invite for the first time, and for many of these players, it won’t be their last appearance at the annual showcase. While the league has averaged approximately five first-time All-Stars per year since 2005, the 2013 and 2014 events saw a combined 13 first-time All-Stars join the ranks of the elite. The 2014 first-timers were DeMar DeRozan, Paul Millsap, and John Wall in the East, and Stephen Curry, Anthony Davis, and Damian Lillard out West. While being named as an All-Star starter is occasionally based more on a player’s popularity than actual on-court production, it’s difficult to argue against any of last season’s rookie All-Stars making the cut.

This brings me to the topic/question for today: Who will earn their first NBA All-Star game invitation this season?

Which player(s) do you predict will take the next step this season and emerge as an All-Star? Or are you on the other side of the fence, and believe that there won’t be any new additions to the All-Star rosters of either Conference? Take to the comments section below to share your thoughts and opinions. We look forward to what you have to say.

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8 thoughts on “Hoops Rumors Community Shootaround 10/15/15

    • Eddie Scarito

      He’ll definitely have the opportunity to put up numbers this season for Boston.

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  1. Chuck Myron

    Mike Conley. Long overdue, and what better time for him to make the All-Star team than in his contract year?

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