All-star Snubs

My Vote For Biggest 2011 All-Star Snub: Steve Nash

Actually, Steve Nash has 2 of my votes:

1.)  Biggest 2011 All-Star Snub

2.)  My perennial vote for “Best Kelly Cutrone from The Hills Cross-Gender look-alike”. He has won every year.

Sorry folks….. I get one “The Hills” reference per year.

Regardless, Steve Nash got R-O-B-B-E-D. Nash is averaging 16.8 points, 11.1 assists, 3.7 rebounds, 53% FG, 92%FT and 41% from 3-point land – all near-statistical highs despite being almost 37 years old. Moreover, he has single-handedly carried the Phoenix Suns to a near .500 record (23-24), and within striking distance of a playoff spot, despite having his worst supporting cast since arriving in Phoenix in 2004, and arguably the worst of his career since becoming a starting point guard in the NBA.

Just for kicks, Nash’s starting lineup consists of:

  • Grant Hill – 38 years old and well past his prime. I know, I know – “But he is such a nice guy”.
  • Vince Carter – Well past his prime and selfish.
  • Channing Fry – Demonstrated more stage fright during last year’s Western Conference Finals than most drunk dudes do at the public urinal of a baseball game.
  • Robin Lopez  -Despite having a twin brother, only received 20% of his talent, but 540% of his hair.

Lets be honest, without Nash, the Suns do not win 23 games all year; forget about 23 wins after 47 games. Brace yourself fans, there is a still a Comissioner’s pick, so lets hope that Mr. Stern gets it right.


7 Responses to “My Vote For Biggest 2011 All-Star Snub: Steve Nash”

  1. Hilarious! Nash did get snubbed.

    Posted by JohnB | February 3, 2011, 10:52 pm
  2. Dude, right on. Nash should have made it over Duncan.

    Posted by Suns Rule!! | February 3, 2011, 10:53 pm
  3. Agreed… Hopefully Nash gets picked. He had a much better year that Duncan who’s picked as a reserve

    Posted by Travis A | February 4, 2011, 2:12 am
  4. they do not look alike

    Posted by ricky | February 4, 2011, 2:56 pm


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