Analysis: Too many players making mockery of All-Star voting

Sports The Washington Times

Once again, LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo are All-Star captains. Once again, the fans - mostly, anyway - got who they wanted as the game’s starters. And once again, too many NBA players made a mockery of their vote to decide which colleagues should start the league’s showcase exhibition. It’s ... …

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