Stephen Curry Snubbed From All-Star Team

He’s the MVP of the team. I am so pissed off that Curry didn’t make the all-star time. It’s a flat out joke. What were these coaches thinking?

-Charles Barkley

Barkley isn’t the only one who disagrees with the Coaches’ decision to leave Curry off the squad. What were the NBA coaches thinking? Zach Randolph and Lamarcus Aldridge have no business being on that roster compared to Curry, one of the best scorers in the league.

January 13, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) with the ball during the second half against the Denver Nuggets at the Pepsi Center. The Nuggets won 116-105. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

Teams are allowed to have more than one All-Star! David Lee, at least, has broken the drought. The Warriors’ last all-star was Latrell Spreewell in 1992. Stephen Curry was snubbed from the game. He was on every analysts’ list, and is clearly the biggest snub so far. Charles Barkley, Shaq, Kenny Smith, and Chris Webber all had Curry on their lists and are angry that Curry was snubbed.

Curry is probably upset. This, however, is a good thing. It may seem weird, but it’s true.

“Curry is not a quitter,” in the words of Shaq, but he’s right. Curry is not a quitter. He’ll likely come back strong and average more and more points per game. There’s no way that Curry won’t lead the Warriors into a stronger second half of the season. At least he’s keeping a positive mind.

 

Topics: Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry

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