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The Defensive Player of the Year in three out of the last four seasons, Gobert is likely headed to his third-straight All-Star Game while notching career-highs in field goal percentage and rebounds per game. 13 View Profile
Davis is the only player in the league to average at least 20 points and two blocks per game, but games missed due to injury and the Lakers’ lackluster first-half performance may be determining factors in keeping him out of his ninth straight All-Star Game. 943P/G.424 View Profile
The only thing that could possibly prevent Butler from making his sixth All-Star appearance is a lack of games played, but he’s been phenomenal on both ends when he’s been on the court. 5BPG.75 View Profile
It’s hard to imagine a player averaging almost 26 points and nine rebounds being left out of the All-Star Game, but Tatum’s shooting percentages are well below his career averages and the Celtics have overall been underwhelming.