Nash, Hill, Gortat on NBA All-Star ballot

Jan 4, 2012, 7:30 PM | Updated: 7:39 pm

The NBA season has only been underway for a little more than
a week, but because of the lockout, it’s already time to
start thinking about the league’s annual All-Star Game.

February 26th, the NBA’s best will descend upon Orlando’s
Amway Center for the 61st NBA All-Star Game.

On Wednesday, the ballots
for fan voting were released
, and
three members of the Phoenix Suns were included.

Point guard and seven-time All-Star Steve Nash leads the
way, joined by 7-time All-Star Grant Hill and center Marcin

In all, there are 120 players on the NBA All-Star ballot, 60
from each conference, and were selected by a media panel who
cover the NBA.


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