For the first time in 15 season, the Golden State Warriors will have a representative in the NBA All-Star game.
But in this case, “representative” will remain singular.
David Lee was named to the West squad on Thursday, with Stephen Curry and his shimmy shaking left off as a snub.
Curry, averaging 20.9 points, 6.6 assists, 4.1 rebounds, and arguably the Warriors’ MVP, will likely be regarded as the biggest snub from the game.
David Lee, meanwhile, is averaging 19.6 points, 10.8 rebounds, 3.7 assists. This is his second all-star appearance (2010).
Here’s the full list of Western Conference reserves:
Lee is the first Warrior to be named to an all-star team since 1997, when cool guy Latrell Sprewell was an all-star.
The 15-season gap between all-stars is the longest for any franchise in NBA history, almost literally the epitome of the Warriors’ luck during that time s...