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    론 아테스트랑 쉐인 베티에, 안드레이 키를렌코는 올디팬시브팀에 못들었군요. 아테스트야 워낙 탈이 많았고 키를렌코도 부상때문에 결장이 많아서 빠졌다지만 배티에가 빠진 것은 좀 의외군요...어라 글고보니 숀 매리언도 없네요.

Nuggets’ Camby Wins NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award
NEW YORK, April 27, 2007 – The NBA announced today that Marcus Camby of the Denver Nuggets has won the 2006-07 NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award.

The 6-11 forward/center averaged a league-high 3.30 blocks to go along with 11.7 rpg (tied for fourth in the NBA), 11.2 ppg and a career-high 3.2 apg. Camby led the Nuggets in starts (70) and recorded a career-best 32 games with double figures in both points and rebounds. Camby also led all centers in steals (1.24 spg), while his assists were second among centers.

Since entering the NBA in 1996, Camby has been one of the game’s best shot blockers. His career average of 2.56 blocks ranks fourth among all active players and has led the league in blocks on three occasions – 1997-98, 2005-06 and 2006-07. Camby joins George Johnson, Dikembe Mutombo, Hakeem Olajuwon and Theo Ratliff with three blocked shots titles, and is just one title behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Mark Eaton for the most all-time.

Camby continues to work his way up the Nuggets’ all-time charts. He ranks second on the team’s all-time blocked shot list with 841 and is seven rebounds shy of passing Dan Schayes (3,086) for 10th on the Nuggets all-time rebounding list.

Camby received 431 points, including 70 first-place votes, from a panel of 130 sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada. San Antonio’s Bruce Bowen finished second with 206 points and his teammate Tim Duncan finished third with 158 points. Players were awarded five points for each first-place vote, three points for each second-place vote and one point for each third-place vote received.

Attached are the 2006-07 results and the league’s all-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award winners:

2006-07 NBA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR RESULTS

Player, Team 1st 2nd 3rd Pts
Marcus Camby, Denver 70 23 12 431
Bruce Bowen, San Antonio 22 26 18 206
Tim Duncan, San Antonio 15 22 17 158
Shawn Marion, Phoenix 7 12 22 93
Shane Battier, Houston 7 11 18 86
Ben Wallace, Chicago 1 10 7 42
Gerald Wallace, Charlotte 3 3 3 27
Ron Artest, Sacramento 1 3 6 20
Tyson Chandler, NOK - 5 - 15
Jermaine O’Neal, Indiana 1 2 - 11
Emeka Okafor, Charlotte - 2 4 10
Tayshaun Prince, Detroit - 2 4 10
Kirk Hinrich, Chicago - 2 1 7
Andrei Kirilenko, Utah - 2 1 7
Quinton Ross, L.A. Clippers 1 - 1 6
Dwight Howard, Orlando 1 - 1 6
Josh Howard, Dallas - 1 2 5
Udonis Haslem, Miami 1 - - 5
Luol Deng, Chicago - 1 1 4
Kevin Garnett, Minnesota - 2 1 7
Josh Smith, Atlanta - - 3 3
Caron Butler, Washington - 1 - 3
Raja Bell, Phoenix - - 2 2
Devin Harris, Dallas - - 1 1
Yao Ming, Houston - - 1 1
Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers - - 1 1
Alonzo Mourning, Miami - - 1 1
Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia - - 1 1
Anthony Parker, Toronto - - 1 1

ALL-TIME NBA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR WINNERS

1982-83: Sidney Moncrief, Milwaukee
1983-84: Sidney Moncrief, Milwaukee
1984-85: Mark Eaton, Utah
1985-86: Alvin Robertson, San Antonio
1986-87: Michael Cooper, L.A. Lakers
1987-88: Michael Jordan, Chicago
1988-89: Mark Eaton, Utah
1989-90: Dennis Rodman, Detroit
1990-91: Dennis Rodman, Detroit
1991-92: David Robinson, San Antonio
1992-93: Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston
1993-94: Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston
1994-95: Dikembe Mutombo, Denver
1995-96: Gary Payton, Seattle
1996-97: Dikembe Mutombo, Atlanta
1997-98: Dikembe Mutombo, Atlanta
1998-99: Alonzo Mourning, Miami
1999-2000: Alonzo Mourning, Miami
2000-01: Dikembe Mutombo, Philadelphia
2001-02: Ben Wallace, Detroit
2002-03: Ben Wallace, Detroit
2003-04: Ron Artest, Indiana
2004-05: Ben Wallace, Detroit
2005-06: Ben Wallace, Detroit
2006-07: Marcus Camby, Denver

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Closest Race Ever as Ellis Edges Sacramento’s Martin for Honor
NEW YORK, April 26, 2007 – Monta Ellis of the Golden State Warriors was named the winner of the 2006-07 NBA Most Improved Player Award, the NBA announced today. The annual award is presented to a player who has made a dramatic improvement from the previous season or seasons.

Ellis received a total of 352 points, including 47 first-place votes, from a panel of 129 sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada. The Sacramento Kings’ Kevin Martin finished second with 349 points (44 first-place votes) followed by the Utah Jazz’s Deron Williams with 101 points (13 first-place votes). Players were awarded five points for each first-place vote, three points for each second-place vote and one point for each third place vote received. This is the closest finish in the history of the award since 1990-91 when Scott Skiles of Orlando edged out Kevin Gamble of Boston by four votes

After averaging 6.8 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.6 assists and .415 shooting for the Warriors in 2005-06, Ellis increased his scoring by 9.7 points (16.5 ppg) – the largest increase in the NBA this season -- to go along with his averages of 3.2 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.71 steals. Starting 53 of the 77 games he appeared in, Ellis reached double figures in scoring 68 times, including 24 games of 20 or more points. The 6-3 guard recorded three or more steals 20 times and had at least five steals three times, including a career-high six at Seattle (March 17).

Selected by the Warriors in the second round of the 2005 NBA Draft (40th overall), Ellis was second only to Chris Paul (17.2 ppg) of the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets in scoring among players from that Draft class. Ellis also noticed a significant increase in his assist numbers as he dished five or more assists 33 times, including a career-high 13 at the Los Angeles Clippers (Feb. 24).

Attached are the voting results for this year’s NBA Most Improved Player Award and the all-time list of winners.


2006-07 NBA MOST IMPROVED PLAYER AWARD VOTING RESULTS
Player, Team
1st
2nd
3rd
Pts
Monta Ellis, Golden State
47
34
15
352
Kevin Martin, Sacramento
44
38
15
349
Deron Williams, Utah
13
6
18
101
Tyson Chandler, NOK
6
9
72
Andris Biedrins, Golden State
8
4
12
64
Al Jefferson, Boston
2
13
13
62
Luol Deng, Chicago
2
7
13
44
Leandro Barbosa, Phoenix
3
3
--
24
Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia
1
2
3
14
David Lee, New York
--
3
3
12
Jason Kapono, Miami
--
1
7
10
Josh Howard, Dallas
1
1
1
9
Mikki Moore, New Jersey
-
2
3
9
Carlos Boozer, Utah
1
-
3
8
Jose Calderon, Toronto
-
2
--
6
Amaré Stoudemire, Phoenix
1
--
--
5
Matt Carroll, Charlotte
--
--
3
3
Bostjan Nachbar, New Jersey
--
1
--
3
Eddy Curry, New York
--
1
--
3
Caron Butler, Washington
--
--
2
2
Josh Smith, Atlanta
--
--
1
1
Gerald Wallace, Charlotte
--
--
1
1
Ben Gordon, Chicago
--
--
1
1
Sasha Pavlovic, Cleveland
--
--
1
1
Nene, Denver
--
--
1
1
Andrew Bynum, L.A. Lakers
--
--
1
1
Luke Walton, L.A. Lakers
--
--
1
1
Dwight Howard, Orlando
--
--
1
1
Chris Wilcox, Seattle
--
--
1
1

ALL-TIME NBA MOST IMPROVED PLAYER AWARD WINNERS
1985-86 Alvin Robertson, San Antonio
1986-87 Dale Ellis, Seattle
1987-88 Kevin Duckworth, Portland
1988-89 Kevin Johnson, Phoenix
1989-90 Rony Seikaly, Miami
1990-91 Scott Skiles, Orlando
1991-92 Pervis Ellison, Washington
1992-93 Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, Denver
1993-94

Don MacLean, Washington

1994-95 Dana Barros, Philadelphia
1995-96 Gheorghe Muresan, Washington
1996-97 Isaac Austin, Miami
1997-98 Alan Henderson, Atlanta
1994-95 Dana Barros, Philadelphia
1998-99 Darrell Armstrong, Orlando
1999-00 Jalen Rose, Indiana
2000-01 Tracy McGrady, Orlando
2001-02 Jermaine O’Neal, Indiana
2002-03 Gilbert Arenas, Golden State
2003-04 Zach Randolph, Portland
2004-05 Bobby Simmons, L.A. Clippers
2005-06 Boris Diaw, Phoenix
2006-07 Monta Ellis, Golden State
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    킹스의 케빈마틴이랑 점수차가 후덜덜이군요. 개인상이라고 해도 팀 성적의 영향을 무시하지 못할 것 같아요.

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      3점차 ㄷㄷㄷ; 마틴이 mip되길 바랬는데, 막판 골든의 돌풍 때문인지.. 야구 골든 글러브 처럼 인상이라는 걸 무시 못하는 거 같네요.

Third-Year Coach Guided Raptors to 20-Win Improvement Over 2005-06
NEW YORK, April 24, 2007 – Toronto Raptors head coach Sam Mitchell has been named the winner of the Red Auerbach Trophy as the NBA Coach of the Year for the 2006-07 season, the NBA announced today.

In his third season as the Raptors’ head coach, Mitchell totaled 394 points, including 49 first-place votes, from a panel of 128 sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada. Utah Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan was second with 301 points (39 first-place votes) and the Dallas Mavericks’ Avery Johnson was third with 268 points (28 first-place votes). Coaches were awarded five points for each first-place vote, three points for each second-place vote and one point for each third-place vote received.

Mitchell, the first coach in Raptors history to receive the honor, led the Raptors to their first Atlantic Division title and a franchise-record-tying 47 wins. The sixth head coach in franchise history, Mitchell guided the team to an NBA-best 20-game improvement (27-55) over the 2005-06 season. The Raptors were 30-7 this season when they scored 100 or more points and 38-4 when they had a better (or same) field goal percentage than their opponents.

In January, Mitchell became only the second coach in Raptors history to earn Eastern Conference Coach of the Month honors after leading the team to a 10-5 record. During the month, Toronto recorded a 7-3 mark at home and was 8-2 versus Eastern Conference opponents. January was the Raptors’ first 10-win month since January 2002 (11-5) and the fifth double-digit win month in franchise history. The Raptors finished January leading the Atlantic Division by one game with a 23-23 record and then compiled a 24-12 record to close out the rest of the season.

During his 13-year playing career, Mitchell was held in high regard around the league as a student of the game and when he finally hung up his sneakers in 2002, he went from student to teacher in his new role as an NBA coach. Following two seasons as an assistant coach, Mitchell was named the Raptors’ sixth head coach on June 29, 2004. Although the Raptors finished 33-49 in Mitchell’s first season, the campaign under his direction was highlighted by the implementation of a more up-tempo style of play that saw the team’s points per game average increase by 14.3 over the previous season, the third-highest jump in NBA history.

The Coach of the Year Award is named after legendary coach and Hall of Famer Red Auerbach who guided the Celtics to nine NBA Championships. In 1996, Auerbach was honored as one of the Top 10 Coaches in NBA History as the NBA celebrated its 50th anniversary.

Following are the balloting results for the 2006-07 NBA Coach of the Year award and the all-time list of winners:

2006-07 NBA COACH OF THE YEAR RESULTS
Coach, Team
1st
2nd
3rd
Pts
Sam Mitchell, Toronto
49
43
20
394
Jerry Sloan, Utah
39
28
22
301
Avery Johnson, Dallas
28
31
35
268
Jeff Van Gundy, Houston
10
19
27
134
Mike D’Antoni, Phoenix
2
3
3
22
Don Nelson, Golden State
--
2
7
13
Scott Skiles, Chicago
--
1
9
12
Pat Riley, Miami
--
1
--
3
Gregg Popovich, San Antonio
--
--
2
2
George Karl, Denver
--
--
1
1
Flip Saunders, Detroit
--
--
1
1
Isiah Thomas, New York
--
--
1
1

ALL-TIME NBA COACH OF THE YEAR WINNERS
1962-63 Harry Gallatin, St. Louis*
1963-64 Alex Hannum, San Francisco
1964-65 Red Auerbach, Boston
1965-66 Dolph Schayes, Philadelphia
1966-67 Johnny Kerr, Chicago*
1967-68 Richie Guerin, St. Louis
1968-69 Gene Shue, Baltimore
1969-70 Red Holzman, New York
1970-71

Dick Motta, Chicago

1971-72 Bill Sharman, Los Angeles
1972-73 Tom Heinsohn, Boston
1973-74 Ray Scott, Detroit
1974-75 Phil Johnson, Kansas City-Omaha
1975-76 Bill Fitch, Cleveland
1976-77 Tom Nissalke, Houston
1977-78 Hubie Brown, Atlanta
1978-79 Cotton Fitzsimmons, Kansas City
1979-80 Bill Fitch, Boston
1980-81 Jack McKinney, Indiana
1981-82 Gene Shue, Washington
1982-83 Don Nelson, Milwaukee
1983-84 Frank Layden, Utah
1984-85 Don Nelson, Milwaukee
1985-86 Mike Fratello, Atlanta
1986-87 Mike Schuler, Portland*
1987-88 Doug Moe, Denver
1988-89 Cotton Fitzsimmons, Phoenix
1989-90 Pat Riley, LA Lakers
1990-91 Don Chaney, Houston
1991-92 Don Nelson, Golden State
1992-93 Pat Riley, New York
1993-94 Lenny Wilkens, Atlanta
1994-95 Del Harris, Los Angeles Lakers
1995-96 Phil Jackson, Chicago
1996-97 Pat Riley, Miami
1997-98 Larry Bird, Indiana*
1998-99 Mike Dunleavy, Portland
1999-2000 Doc Rivers, Orlando*
2000-01 Larry Brown, Philadelphia
2001-02 Rick Carlisle, Detroit*
2002-03 Gregg Popovich, San Antonio
2003-04 Hubie Brown, Memphis
2004-05 Mike D’Antoni, Phoenix
2005-06 Avery Johnson, Dallas*
2006-07 Sam Mitchell, Toronto
*First-year head coach
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NEW YORK, April 23, 2007 – Leandro Barbosa of the Phoenix Suns has been named the winner of the 2006-07 NBA Sixth Man Award, honoring the league’s top player in a reserve role, the NBA announced today.

Barbosa received 578 out of a possible 635 points, including 101 of a possible 127 first-place votes, from a panel of 127 sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada. Manu Ginobili of the San Antonio Spurs finished second with 269 points and Jerry Stackhouse of the Dallas Mavericks placed third with 210 points. Each player was awarded five points for each first-place vote, three points for each second-place vote and one point for each third-place vote. In order to be eligible for this award, players had to have come off the bench in more games than they started.

The fourth year guard from Brazil becomes the fourth Suns player to win NBA Sixth Man honors, joining Eddie Johnson (1988-89), Danny Manning (1997-98) and Rodney Rogers (1999-00). Since the award’s inception in 1982-83, the Boston Celtics are the only other franchise to have had a winner on even three separate occasions – Kevin McHale (1983-84 and 1984-85) and Bill Walton (1985-86).

A reserve in 62 of 80 games played this season, Barbosa averaged 18.1 points, 4.0 assists and 2.7 rebounds. He posted career highs in scoring, assists, steals (1.20), three-point field goals made (190) and minutes played (32.7). Barbosa scored 20 or more points in 33 games this season, surpassing his total from his first three seasons combined (13).

Barbosa set new individual game career highs in points (32. vs. Charlotte on March 7 and again vs. Houston on March 12), rebounds (10 vs. Philadelphia, Nov. 17), assists (12 vs. Memphis, Nov. 11) and three point field goals (seven vs. Charlotte, March 7). He also notched three consecutive double-doubles (Nov. 11 vs. Memphis, Nov. 17 vs. Philadelphia and Nov. 18 at Utah) after not notching a single one in his first 196 career games.

Attached are the voting results for this year’s NBA Sixth Man Award and the all-time list of winners:


2006-07 NBA SIXTH MAN VOTING
Player, Team
1st
2nd
3rd
Pts
Leandro Barbosa, Phoenix
101
24
1
578
Manu Ginobili, San Antonio
18
50
29
269
Jerry Stackhouse, Dallas
7
40
55
210
David Lee, New York
--
3
13
22
Kyle Korver, Philadelphia
1
2
8
19
Antonio McDyess, Detroit
--
2
17
Corey Maggette, L.A. Clippers
--
1
3
6
Luther Head, Houston
--
--
4
4
Chucky Atkins, Memphis
--
1
1
4
Matt Harpring, Utah
--
1
1
4
Josh Childress, Atlanta
--
1
--
3
Chris Duhon, Chicago
--
1
--
3
Jose Calderon, Toronto
--
1
--
3
J.R. Smith, Denver
--
--
1
1

ALL-TIME NBA SIXTH MAN AWARD WINNERS
1982-83 Bobby Jones, Philadelphia 76ers
1983-84 Kevin McHale, Boston Celtics
1984-85 Kevin McHale, Boston Celtics
1985-86 Bill Walton, Boston Celtics
1986-87 Ricky Pierce, Milwaukee Bucks
1987-88 Roy Tarpley, Dallas Mavericks
1988-89 Eddie Johnson, Phoenix Suns
1989-90 Ricky Pierce, Milwaukee Bucks
1990-91

Detlef Schrempf, Indiana Pacers

1991-92 Detlef Schrempf, Indiana Pacers
1992-93 Clifford Robinson, Portland Trail Blazers
1993-94 Dell Curry, Charlotte Hornets
1994-95 Anthony Mason, New York Knicks
1995-96 Toni Kukoc, Chicago Bulls
1996-97 John Starks, New York Knicks
1997-98 Danny Manning, Phoenix Suns
1998-99 Darrell Armstrong, Orlando Magic
1999-2000 Rodney Rogers, Phoenix Suns
2000-01 Aaron McKie, Philadelphia 76ers
2001-02 Corliss Williamson, Detroit Pistons
2002-03 Bobby Jackson, Sacramento Kings
2003-04 Antawn Jamison, Dallas Mavericks
2004-05 Ben Gordon, Chicago Bulls
2005-06 Mike Miller, Memphis Grizzlies
2006-07 Leandro Barbosa, Phoenix
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Spurs Finalize Ely Deal

일라이 <-> 에릭 윌리암스 + 2009 2라운드픽

NBA.com - 02/13 - 4:20 PM EST (AP Photo)
The San Antonio Spurs announced today that they have acquired Melvin Ely from the Charlotte Bobcats in exchange for Eric Williams and a second round pick in 2009.

Ely, a 6-10 forward/center, is in his fifth NBA season. He has appeared in 24 games for Charlotte this season and is averaging 2.9 points and 1.6 rebounds in 10.2 minutes a game. Ely enjoyed his finest NBA season last year when he averaged 9.8 points and 4.9 rebounds in 23.6 minutes in 57 games while shooting .508 (216-425) for the Bobcats. For his career Ely has appeared in 254 games for Charlotte and the Los Angeles Clippers , averaging 6.3 points and 3.6 rebounds in 17.9 minutes per game. The 28-year old was originally the 12th overall selection in the 2002 NBA Draft. [READ]


Rockets Send Padgett To Memphis For Tsakalidis

패짓 <-> 빅 제이크
Press Release - 02/13 - 6:57 PM EST
Memphis Grizzlies President of Basketball Operations Jerry West announced today the Grizzlies have acquired forward Scott Padgett from the Houston Rockets in exchange for center Jake Tsakalidis.

Tsakalidis, 7-2, 290 pounds, averaged 2.3 points, 2.8 rebounds and 11.2 minutes in 23 games with the Grizzlies this season and 3.9 points, 3.2 rebounds and 12.4 minutes over 145 total games (55 starts) with Memphis. He had his best season in a Grizzlies uniform in 2005-06, averaging 5.0 points and 4.2 rebounds in 51 games. In 302 career games with Phoenix and Memphis, he has averaged 4.9 points, 4.0 rebounds and 16.1 minutes. Tsakalidis was acquired by the Grizzlies from Phoenix on September 30, 2003 and re-signed Sept. 10, 2004 after the Grizzlies matched an offer sheet he signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers .

“This is a good opportunity for Jake to have more playing time,” said West. “He is a great person and a true professional, and we wish him well in the future.” [READ]


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    스퍼스와 로켓츠..슬슬 매버릭스 견제 들어가나요~~^^

거기다 코비와 빈스까지..

심사위원진이 너무나 대단해서 참가자들 소식은 거의 찬밥이네요;;



Jordan, Wilkins, Dr. J to judge slam dunk competition
February 5, 2007

NEW YORK (AP) -- The guys judging the slam dunk competition might be better than the ones competing in it.

Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins lead four former champions who will serve as judges for the last competition of All-Star Saturday night. They will be joined by Hall of Famer Julius Erving and two other champs who will play in the All-Star game: Kobe Bryant and Vince Carter.

New York guard Nate Robinson will try to defend his title in the Feb. 17 event in Las Vegas. Orlando All-Star Dwight Howard, Chicago rookie Tyrus Thomas and Boston's Gerald Green round out the field.

After the 5-foot-9 Robinson needed 14 attempts to complete a dunk in last year's dunk-off, a new rule is being implemented this season allowing competitors 2 minutes to complete a dunk once they've received the ball from the referee. If they haven't dunked within that time, they will have two more chances to do so.

Updated on Monday, Feb 5, 2007 7:42 pm EST

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    이거 심사위원들끼리 대회 한 번 치뤄야겠네요.

Eastern Conference Western Conference
F – LeBron James, Cleveland F – Kevin Garnett, Minnesota
F – Chris Bosh, Toronto F – Tim Duncan, San Antonio
C – Shaquille O’Neal, Miami C – Yao Ming, Houston
G – Dwyane Wade, Miami G – Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
G – Gilbert Arenas, Washington G – Tracy McGrady, Houston
Head coach: TBD

Head coach: Mike D’Antoni, Phoenix



2007 NBA ALL-STAR FINAL BALLOTING
EASTERN CONFERENCE

Forwards: LeBron James (Clev) 2,516,049; Chris Bosh (Tor) 1,091,263; Jermaine O’Neal (Ind) 934,749; Grant Hill (Orl) 677,423; Paul Pierce (Bos) 615,911; Rasheed Wallace (Det) 549,693; Andre Iguodala (Phi) 459,139; Tayshaun Prince (Det) 408,936; Caron Butler (Was) 404,489; Emeka Okafor (Char) 388,170.

Guards: Dwyane Wade (Mia) 2,029,591; Gilbert Arenas (Wash) 1,454,166; Vince Carter (NJ) 1,451,156; Jason Kidd (NJ) 838,486; Chauncey Billups (Det) 499,670; Stephon Marbury (NY) 458,181; Michael Redd (Mil) 351,277; Ben Gordon (Chi) 316,428; Steve Francis (NY) 307,287; Richard Hamilton (Det) 306,547.

Centers: Shaquille O'Neal (Mia) 1,622,446; Dwight Howard (Orl) 1,464,613; Ben Wallace (Chi) 788,950; Alonzo Mourning (Mia) 338,904; Andrew Bogut (Mil) 256,579; Zaza Pachulia (Atl) 244,507; Nazr Mohammed (Det) 217,067; Eddy Curry (NY) 202,010; Zydrunas Ilgauskas (Clev) 196,000; Primoz Brezec (Char) 164,734.

2007 NBA ALL-STAR FINAL BALLOTING
WESTERN CONFERENCE

Forwards: Kevin Garnett (Minn) 1,616,575; Tim Duncan (SA) 1,436,584; Carmelo Anthony (Den) 1,309,945; Dirk Nowitzki (Dal) 1,276,304; Shane Battier (Hou) 1,025,643; Shawn Marion (Pho) 551,173; Lamar Odom (LAL) 438,824; Josh Howard (Dal) 412,102; Pau Gasol (Mem) 237,828; Carlos Boozer (Utah) 359,882.

Guards: Kobe Bryant (LAL) 2,138,777; Tracy McGrady (Hou) 1,942,796; Allen Iverson (Den) 1,813,638*; Steve Nash (Pho) 1,504,826; Manu Ginobili (SA) 541,341; Tony Parker (SA) 501,429; Chris Paul (NOK) 462,206; Ray Allen (Sea) 444,443; Jason Terry (Dal) 421,924; Baron Davis (GS) 354,412.

Centers: Yao Ming (Hou) 2,451,718; Amaré Stoudemire (Pho) 1,209,333; Erick Dampier (Dal) 385,179; Marcus Camby (Den) 373,382; Mehmet Okur (Utah) 339,247; Francisco Elson (SA) 252,622; Tyson Chandler (NOK) 202,531; Brad Miller (Sac) 186,230; Mark Blount (Minn) 175,322; Chris Kaman (LAC) 160,234.

* The Philadelphia – Denver trade involving Allen Iverson was completed after the media panel’s deadline for selecting the ballot and therefore Iverson is listed on the ballot as a member of his prior team. For tabulation purposes, Iverson’s votes will be counted towards the Western Conference totals.



TOP 10 ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON LEADING
NBA ALL-STAR VOTE-GETTERS

Player Year Votes
1. Yao Ming, Hou 2005 2,558,278
2. LeBron James, Cle 2007 2,516,049
3. Shaquille O’Neal, Mia 2005 2,448,089
4. Yao Ming, Hou 2007 2,451,718
5. Michael Jordan, Chi 1997 2,451,136
6. Yao Ming, Hou 2006 2,342,738
7. Kobe Bryant, LAL 2006 2,271,631
8. LeBron James, Cle 2006 2,207,697
9. Shaquille O’Neal, Mia 2006 2,192,542
10. Kobe Bryant, LAL 2007 2,138,777



2007 NBA ALL-STAR BALLOTING TOP 10
OVERALL LEADING VOTE-GETTERS

Player Votes
1. LeBron James, Cle 2,516,049
2. Yao Ming, Hou 2,451,718
3. Kobe Bryant, LAL 2,138,777
4. Dwyane Wade, Mia 2,029,591
5. Tracy McGrady, Hou 1,942,796
6. Allen Iverson, Den 1,813,638
7. Shaquille O’Neal, Mia 1,622,446
8. Kevin Garnett, Minn 1,616,575
9. Steve Nash, Pho 1,504,826
10. Dwight Howard, Orl 1,464,613


Top Five Closest All-Star Balloting Races For Starting Position
(Race between 2nd and 3rd position among Guards and Forwards; Race between 1st and 2nd position at Center)

1,226 Votes 1990 Western Conference Forwards
AC Green (L.A. Lakers)
Karl Malone (Utah)

160,788
159,562
1,817 Votes 1984 Western Conference Centers
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (L.A. Lakers)
Ralph Sampson (Houston)

459,088
457,271
2,562 Votes 1990 Western Conference Guards
John Stockton (Utah)
Derek Harper (Dallas)

149,548
146,986
3,010 Votes 2007 Eastern Conference Guards
Gilbert Arenas (Washington)
Vince Carter (New Jersey)

1,454,166
1,451,156
3,013 Votes 1981 Western Conference Forwards
Walter Davis (Phoenix)
Alex English (Denver)

172,479
169,466


출처 : http://www.nba.com/news/allstar_starters_070125.html
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  1. BlogIcon Third Eye 2007.01.26 10:23 신고  댓글주소  수정/삭제  댓글쓰기

    길교주가 올스타 단골인 카터를 3010표차로 제치고 스타터로 올라섰네요. 티맥도 아이버슨의 추격을 뿌리치고 스타터 선정.. 야오는 부상때메 못나온다죠 -_-;

  2. BlogIcon 폭주천사 2007.01.27 22:59 신고  댓글주소  수정/삭제  댓글쓰기

    길렐루야 열풍이군요. 크리스 보쉬도 그렇고 드와잇 하워드도 그렇고 세대교체가 이뤄지고 있네요.

Golden State Warriors


Incoming Players
Photo: Sarunas Jasikevicius
Sarunas Jasikevicius
Salary: $4,000,000  Years Remaining: 1
PTS: 7.4  REB: 1.3  AST: 3.0  PER: 13.03
Photo: Stephen Jackson
Stephen Jackson
Salary: $6,120,000  Years Remaining: 4
PTS: 14.1  REB: 2.6  AST: 3.1  PER: 13.19
Photo: Josh Powell
Josh Powell
Salary: $744,551  Years Remaining: 1
PTS: 1.7  REB: 2.7  AST: 0.4  PER: -1.37
Photo: Al Harrington
Al Harrington
Salary: $7,625,000  Years Remaining: 3
PTS: 15.9  REB: 6.3  AST: 1.4  PER: 13.50

Outgoing Players: Keith McLeod, Mike Dunleavy, Ike Diogu, Troy Murphy

Indiana Pacers


Incoming Players
Photo: Keith McLeod
Keith McLeod
Salary: $1,350,000  Years Remaining: 1
PTS: 5.3  REB: 0.8  AST: 1.7  PER: 12.59
Photo: Mike Dunleavy
Mike Dunleavy
Salary: $7,438,016  Years Remaining: 5
PTS: 11.4  REB: 4.8  AST: 3.0  PER: 15.02
Photo: Ike Diogu
Ike Diogu
Salary: $2,137,200  Years Remaining: 2
PTS: 7.2  REB: 3.7  AST: 0.3  PER: 18.80
Photo: Troy Murphy
Troy Murphy
Salary: $8,285,714  Years Remaining: 5
PTS: 8.9  REB: 6.0  AST: 2.3  PER: 15.16

Outgoing Players: Sarunas Jasikevicius, Stephen Jackson, Josh Powell, Al Harrington
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  1. BlogIcon 폭주천사 2007.01.19 17:52 신고  댓글주소  수정/삭제  댓글쓰기

    사진을 보니 던리비랑 머피는 비슷하게 생겼네요.^^; 디아구가 인디가서 얼마나 성장할지 지켜봐야겠네요.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=AtcW1V60PJFJPTbk.80Y0tqD0bYF?slug=ap-bucks-nuggetstrade&prov=ap&type=lgns


덴버 : 얼 보이킨스,줄리어스 하지 <-> 밀워키 :  스티브 블레이크

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