David Lee Is An All-Star Sub Snub

David Lee Over Bosh Here but not as All-Star Sub Selection
Knicks center David Lee was not among the selections for All-Star reserves, disappointing Lee and Knicks fans anxious to get the loser tag off the franchise which has not had an player in the All-Star game since 2001.  The closest the Knicks got close to having an All-Star this year was the selection of recent former Knick, Zach Randolph who made the West squad while leading the conference in double doubles.  Randolph, once known as the Black hole in New York, was traded, after being acquired by Isiah Thomas to team up with Eddie Curry, to make cap space for a pre-made All-Star in 2010.

The seven players selected as reserves for the Eastern Conference were Joe Johnson and Al Horford (Hawks),  Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo (Celtics), Gerald Wallace (Bobcats), Chris Bosh (Raptors) and Derrick Rose (Chicago).