NBA

No Jazz player makes top 10 for All-Star voting

The first round of All-Star voting has been released by the NBA, and no Utah Jazz player made the top 10 as either a front court or backcourt player.

Only two players are legitimately vying for a spot on the Jazz, guard Donovan Mitchell, and reigning defensive player of the year Rudy Gobert. The Jazz sit two games below .500 38 games into the season, with an 18-20 record.

Since it appears unlikely either player will be voted into the starting lineup, the Jazz would have to hope league coaches would select Gobert or Mitchell to represent the team for All-Star weekend.

Even if neither team makes the All-Star team, Mitchell could defend his Dunk Contest title, and is likely bound for the rookie-sophomore game.


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