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Andray Blatche On His All-Star Ballot “Snub”

Updated: November 19, 2010

Before tonight’s Wizards-Grizzlies game, I briefly spoke with Andray Blatche about his All-Star ballot “snub” — JaVale McGee, Gilbert Arenas and John Wall made it, the Wizards’ most capable low post scorer and the face of many Monumental Sports & Entertainment banners didn’t (at least three players from each NBA team have to make the ballot, by the way). Here’s what Blatche had to say:

For Blatche’s response to recent comments made by’s David Thorpe that he is “the laziest great talent guy in the league,” head to the Washington Examiner.

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  • Does the All-Star ballot process make any sense? Andray Blatche should be included and leaving Paul Millsap off for Utah is inexcusable. Hopefully he uses this as motivation and puts it together every night. He can dominate, just hasn’t proven he wants it yet.