Could Brandon Jennings be an All-Star after all?
The path that appeared closed last Thursday when the Bucks point guard wasn't named as one of the Eastern Conference reserves could be open again.
Boston point guard Rajon Rondo elected by fans to start the All-Star Game suffered a torn ACL in Sunday's overtime win over Miami and will miss the rest of the season.
Though nobody wants a serious injury to be the reason why they make the All-Star team, somebody has to fill the void. Immediately after the news of Rondo's injury broke, multiple questions started flying as to Jennings' odds and who chooses the replacement.
The answer to the latter may dictate the odds of the former. NBA commissioner David Stern will be the one who names the replacement.
There's no rule that says Stern has to pick a guard to replace a guard, meaning Brooklyn center Brook Lopez is probably the favorite to go to Houston. Lopez averaging 18.6 points, 7.3 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game was the most glaring ...