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Sources say that Allen Iverson has been voted into the Feb. 14th game in Dallas as a starter for the Eastern Conference. This will be Iverson’s 11th All-Star appearance. he NBA will officially release the voting results Thursday night during TNT’s doubleheader broadcast.
In the latest All-Star voting results, Allen Iverson has once again made the headlines with a surge in votes to put him in the starting line-up for the Eastern Conference All-Stars. The guards in the Eastern Conference are paced by Wade (1,539,968), followed by the Philadelphia 76ers’ Allen Iverson (806,749).
Iverson surged into second place among Eastern Conference guards Thursday after the third returns of All-Star balloting, putting him in position to make his ninth start. He is more than 155,000 votes ahead of No. 3 Vince Carter
Results after the jump.
This is amazing stuff. Allen Iverson is now on track to be in the starting line up for the East Team in the NBA All-Star Game 2010. This is in no small part due to the fans (you guys!) for continuing to vote for Allen. Allen Iverson has moved into second among Eastern Conference guards in the latest voting released Thursday by the NBA.
Here are the top three guards in the East:
- Dwyane Wade (Mia) 1,314,215;
- Allen Iverson (SIX) 635,084;
- Vince Carter (Orl) 554,779.
It’s not over yet – so please continue to vote for Allen to maintain his starting spot.
Big dilemma in Detroit is whether to start Allen Iverson or Richard Hamilton. It’s a very tough decision for Coach Curry. Iverson has been playing well with Stuckey while Rip was injured for that last couple weeks. It’s clear that their both the top scorers of the team. The problem is that there is only one SG position.
Coach Curry caves in, as he decides that both of them will start tonight against Charlotte. Interesting post on Slam: Rip says “That ain’t happening”