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Ballot for 2011 NBA All-Star Game unveiled

Posted Nov 18 2010 3:04PM

LOS ANGELES -- The 2011 NBA All-Star Ballot was unveiled today during a special tip-off event in Los Angeles, the Official Host City of NBA All-Star 2011. NBA All-Star Balloting presented by T-Mobile will begin this afternoon at 3 p.m. ET. The 60th NBA All-Star Game, which will air live on TNT and ESPN Radio in the U.S., and reach fans in more than 200 countries and territories in more than 40 languages, will be played at STAPLES Center on Sunday, Feb. 20, 2011.

2011 NBA All-Star Balloting presented by T-Mobile, with associate partner 2K Sports, allows fans around the world to vote daily for their favorite players as starters for the 2011 NBA All-Star Game. There are several ways fans can cast their votes, including: at each NBA arena; in 20 languages on; and through mobile phones by texting the player's last name to 6-9-6-2-2 ("MYNBA") or by visiting on any wireless carrier.

For SMS voting, fans can vote for All-Stars any time by texting a player's last name from their mobile phones on any wireless carrier. Fans can cast one SMS vote per day, per phone number. Message and data rates may apply. T-Mobile customers will receive an exclusive 15 percent discount code to for voting via SMS voting. Upon voting, T-Mobile customers will get a bounceback message with a discount code for them to use on

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Fans can vote directly on or use their Facebook profile information to help create an All-Access account, which enables them to complete a ballot. After submitting their All-Star selections, fans will have the ability to share them with their friends on Facebook and followers on Twitter, and encourage others to cast their ballots.

For the first time, fans can print paper ballots at home through their web connected HP Photosmart printer. HP customers can simply download and launch the NBA print application directly from the touchscreen panel on the front of their printer. Fans can print one specially coded ballot per day and put it in the mail as directed on the form. Paper balloting at NBA arenas and through the NBA Print App on HP printers will continue through Jan. 17, while wireless and SMS balloting, and voting on will conclude Jan. 23. Starters will be announced live on TNT on Jan. 27, during a special one-hour pregame show at 7 pm ET featuring Ernie Johnson, Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith. The special will air prior to TNT's exclusive doubleheader featuring the Miami Heat at the New York Knicks (8 pm ET) and the Boston Celtics at the Portland Trail Blazers (10:30 pm ET).

The NBA All-Star ballot lists 120 players -- 60 each from the Eastern and Western conferences -- with 24 guards, 24 forwards, and 12 centers from each conference comprising the list. Voters select two guards, two forwards and one center from each conference. The 120 players on the ballot were selected by a panel of media who regularly cover the NBA: J.A. Adande (, Marv Albert (TNT), Art Garcia ( Marc Spears (Yahoo! Sports), Doug Smith (The Toronto Star) and Ian Thomsen (Sports Illustrated).

NBA All-Star 2011 in Los Angeles will bring together some of the most talented and passionate players in the league's history for a global celebration of the game. The week leading up to the 60th NBA All-Star Game will feature a full slate of community-enhancing activities, fan festivals and events, including the NBA Cares All-Star Day of Service, the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam, and NBA All-Star Saturday Night presented by State Farm. NBA All-Star Jam Session presented by adidas, the hugely successful interactive basketball celebration, will return to the Los Angeles Convention Center. Los Angeles and the STAPLES Center will host NBA All-Star 2011, marking the fifth time The City of Angels and the second time STAPLES Center will be the site of the annual celebration. STAPLES Center last played host to NBA All-Star in 2004, and L.A. also hosted the All-Star Game in 1963, 1972, and 1983.

In conjunction with All-Star Balloting, 2K Sports will give fans the opportunity to experience Los Angeles and the best of basketball by entering the NBA® 2K11 Sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip to NBA All-Star 2011 and have their likeness as a digitized player incorporated in next year's game, NBA® 2K12.

2011 Eastern Conference All-Star Ballot
Player Team
Ray Allen Celtics
Gilbert Arenas Wizards
Mike Bibby Hawks
Vince Carter Magic
Mario Chalmers Heat
Darren Collison Pacers
Jamal Crawford Hawks
DeMar DeRozan Raptors
Raymond Felton Knicks
Ben Gordon Pistons
Richard Hamilton Pistons
Devin Harris Nets
Jrue Holiday Sixers
Stephen Jackson Bobcats
Brandon Jennings Bucks
Joe Johnson Hawks
Jameer Nelson Magic
Rajon Rondo Celtics
Derrick Rose Bulls
John Salmons Bucks
Rodney Stuckey Pistons
Dwyane Wade Heat
John Wall Wizards
Mo Williams Cavaliers
Player Team
Carlos Boozer Bulls
Chris Bosh Heat
Elton Brand Sixers
Luol Deng Bulls
Boris Diaw Bobcats
Danilo Gallinari Knicks
Kevin Garnett Celtics
Drew Gooden Bucks
Danny Granger Pacers
J.J. Hickson Cavaliers
Andre Iguodala Sixers
LeBron James Heat
Antawn Jamison Cavaliers
Linas Kleiza Raptors
Rashard Lewis Magic
Corey Maggette Bucks
Troy Murphy Nets
Paul Pierce Celtics
Tayshaun Prince Pistons
Josh Smith Hawks
Amar'e Stoudemire Knicks
Gerald Wallace Bobcats
Marvin Williams Hawks
Thaddeus Young Sixers
Player Team
Andrea Bargnani Raptors
Andrew Bogut Bucks
Roy Hibbert Pacers
Al Horford Hawks
Dwight Howard Magic
Brook Lopez Nets
JaVale McGee Wizards
Nazr Mohammed Bobcats
Joakim Noah Bulls
Shaquille O'Neal Celtics
Anderson Varejao Cavaliers
Ben Wallace Pistons
2011 Western Conference All-Star Ballot
Player Team
Chauncey Billups Nuggets
Corey Brewer Timberwolves
Aaron Brooks Rockets
Kobe Bryant Lakers
Mike Conley Grizzlies
Stephen Curry Warriors
Baron Davis Clippers
Monta Ellis Warriors
Tyreke Evans Kings
Derek Fisher Lakers
Manu Ginobili Spurs
Eric Gordon Clippers
Jason Kidd Mavericks
Kevin Martin Rockets
O.J. Mayo Grizzlies
Andre Miller Trail Blazers
Steve Nash Suns
Tony Parker Spurs
Chris Paul Hornets
Jason Richardson Suns
Brandon Roy Trail Blazers
Thabo Sefolosha Thunder
Russell Westbrook Thunder
Deron Williams Jazz
Player Team
LaMarcus Aldridge Blazers
Carmelo Anthony Nuggets
Trevor Ariza Hornets
Ron Artest Lakers
Michael Beasley Timberwolves
Caron Butler Mavericks
Tim Duncan Spurs
Kevin Durant Thunder
Pau Gasol Lakers
Rudy Gay Grizzlies
Jeff Green Thunder
Blake Griffin Clippers
Grant Hill Suns
Al Jefferson Jazz
Andrei Kirilenko Jazz
Carl Landry Kings
David Lee Warriors
Kevin Love Timberwolves
Dirk Nowitzki Mavericks
Lamar Odom Lakers
Zach Randolph Grizzlies
Luis Scola Rockets
Hedo Turkoglu Suns
David West Hornets
Player Team
Andris Biedrins Warriors
Andrew Bynum Lakers
Marcus Camby Trail Blazers
DeMarcus Cousins Kings
Marc Gasol Grizzlies
Brendan Haywood Mavericks
Chris Kaman Clippers
Robin Lopez Suns
Nene Nuggets
Emeka Okafor Hornets
Mehmet Okur Jazz
Yao Ming Rockets

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