All-Star Bolloting 第三轮了

难去整理,就顺手转了Spursreport.com上某人整理出来的。。还是那句,学过E文的应该都看得懂吧 :stuck_out_tongue:

Complete results
NEW YORK, Jan. 13 – Yao Ming of the Houston Rockets and Kevin Garnett of the Minnesota Timberwolves lead all players in the Western Conference and Shaquille O’Neal of the Miami Heat and Vince Carter of the New Jersey Nets lead all players in the Eastern Conference in votes received after the third returns of the 2005 NBA All-Star Balloting program.

Through the 2005 All-Star Balloting program, NBA fans from around the globe are responsible for voting in the starters for the 54th NBA All-Star Game, which will be played in Denver on Sunday, February 20. The game will be broadcast live on TNT, Rogers Sportsnet, ESPN Radio and audio in several languages on ( at 8 p.m. (EST).


Yao Ming (Hou.) 1,888,533
S. O’Neal (Mia) 1,817,828
K. Garnett (Min.), 1,545,544
T. McGrady (Hou) 1,469,005
Kobe Bryant (LAL) 1,362,409
Vince Carter (N.J.) 1,294,646
Tim Duncan (S.A.) 1,224,697
Allen Iverson (Phi) 1,154,074
L. James (Cle.) 1,151,688
Grant Hill (Orl.) 1,118,795

Yao leads all players with 1,888,533 votes. He is followed at the center position in the Western Conference by Sacramento’s Brad Miller (283,562). Garnett, the 2003-04 NBA Most Valuable Player, is third in overall votes received and leads all Western Conference forwards with 1,545,544 votes, followed by San Antonio’s Tim Duncan (1,224,697). Houston’s Tracy McGrady (1,469,005) and Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant (1,362,409) lead all Western Conference guards and round out the top five vote-getters.

O’Neal leads all Eastern Conference players with 1,817,828 votes, followed at the center position by Detroit’s Ben Wallace (560,484). Carter (1,294,646) and Orlando’s Grant Hill (1,118,795) lead all Eastern Conference forwards. Philadelphia’s Allen Iverson (1,154,074) surpassed Cleveland’s LeBron James (1,151,688) as top vote-getter among Eastern Conference guards.

Through the 2005 NBA All-Star Balloting program, which began on November 18, fans have the opportunity to vote in more ways than ever. The balloting program has expanded to include 19 languages on the Network, downloadable ballots via Verizon Wireless and approximately 150 Loews Cineplex Entertainment movie theaters in the United States. This year, Twentieth Century Fox joined Sprite, America Online, Reebok and approximately 2,100 Foot Locker and Champs Sports stores in the United States and Canada as All-Star balloting partners. Ballots are also distributed in all 29 NBA arenas and all six NBDL arenas.

NBA All-Star 2005 is a week-long celebration that enables fans to experience the thrill of the world’s greatest athletes playing the game they love and features a full slate of community enhancing activities and fan festivals.

The 2005 NBA All-Star Balloting program continues through January 23, 2005, and updated results for the Eastern and Western Conferences will be issued regularly leading up to the unveiling of the All-Star starters on Thursday, February 3. Following the completion of fan voting and starting line-up announcement, the head coaches in each conference will vote to determine the remaining All-Stars in their respective conferences.

The leaders of both the Eastern and Western Conference players for the third returns of the 2005 NBA All-Star voting program are attached:


Vince Carter (N.J.) 1,294,646
Grant Hill (Orl.) 1,118,795
Jermaine O’Neal (Ind.) 971,019
Rasheed Wallace (Det.) 668,627
Richard Jefferson (N.J.) 301,220
Antawn Jamison (Was.) 274,629
Emeka Okafor (Cha.) 256,014
Tayshaun Prince (Det.) 228,699
Dwight Howard (Orl.) 138,546
Drew Gooden (Cle.) 113,428


Allen Iverson (Phi.) 1,154,074
LeBron James (Cle.) 1,151,688
Dwyane Wade (Mia.) 850,845
Steve Francis (Orl.) 756,779
Jason Kidd (N.J.) 426,118
Chauncey Billups (Det.) 216,790
Stephon Marbury (N.Y.) 211,516
Richard Hamilton (Det.) 207,720
Paul Pierce (Bos.) 160,922
Reggie Miller (Ind.) 113,345


Shaquille O’Neal (Mia.) 1,817,828
Ben Wallace (Det.) 560,484
Zydrunas Ilgauskas (Cle.) 161,847
Alonzo Mourning (N.J.) 154,349
Chris Bosh (Tor.) 125,495
Eddy Curry (Chi.) 59,792
Tony Battie (Orl.) 58,561
Jeff Foster (Ind.) 48,341
Samuel Dalembert (Phi.) 41,982
Primoz Brezec (Cha.) 38,468


Kevin Garnett (Min.) 1,545,544
Tim Duncan (S.A.) 1,224,697
Dirk Nowitzki (Dal.) 631,226
Carmelo Anthony (Den.) 465,544
Amaré Stoudemire (Pho.) 416,933
Peja Stojakovic (Sac.) 242,558
Chris Webber (Sac.) 234,822
Andrei Kirilenko (Utah) 174,581
Pau Gasol (Mem.) 174,058
Kenyon Martin (Den.) 167,065


Tracy McGrady (Hou.) 1,469,005
Kobe Bryant (LAL) 1,362,409
Steve Nash (Pho.) 770,268
Ray Allen (Sea.) 646,241
Emanuel Ginobili (S.A.) 334,936
Mike Bibby (Sac.) 258,817
Tony Parker (S.A.) 193,356
Michael Finley (Dal.) 167,591
Sam Cassell (Min.) 103,277
Baron Davis (N.O.) 102,875


Yao Ming (Hou.) 1,888,533
Brad Miller (Sac.) 283,562
Marcus Camby (Den.) 206,339
Erick Dampier (Dal.) 185,211
Vlade Divac (LAL) 129,037
Dikembe Mutombo (Hou.) 96,029
Rasho Nesterovic (S.A.) 94,185
Theo Ratliff (Por.) 74,999
Jamaal Magloire (N.O.) 72,663
Brian Grant (LAL) 61,448





Nash是跑不了的。。Aay Allen似乎也是稳抄胜券的。。有一个名额。。有一个名额的。。


波波大头脑还没执鞭过AS Game。。你们。。谁谁谁去圆一圆他的心愿。。
和太阳就差三场。。去吧都去吧。。回头大脑也会少唬你们 :stuck_out_tongue: