Originally written on Backyard Sports Blog  |  Last updated 10/25/14
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 The NBA has announced the starting lineups for the 62nd All-Star Game.  At first glance it seems that Kobe Bryant is still the most popular NBA player.  Kobe barely surpassed LeBron James for the most votes with 1,591,437.  This gives Bryant the record for most consecutive All-Star Game starts with 15. Eastern Conference LeBron James, MIA (1,583,646) Carmelo Anthony, NYK (1,460,950) Dwyane Wade, MIA (1,052,310) Rajon Rondo, BOS (924,180) Kevin Garnett, BOS (553,222) Western Conference Kobe Bryant, LAL (1,591,437) Kevin Durant, OKC (1,504,047) Chris Paul, LAC (929,155) Dwight Howard, LAL (922,070) Blake Griffin, LAC (863,832)  When we break down the rosters a little more we notice a few funny interesting things.  #1 being the fact that Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Garnett got in a pretty big fight just a few weeks ago, and Carmelo waited for Garnett after the game.  Should be interesting to see how they work things out.  The second thing I notice...
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