View Full Version : Gerald Wallace: A Future All-Star???
08-03-2007, 12:53 PM
i say yes :biggrin:
08-03-2007, 01:18 PM
I think Wallace makes all star this year. With the team inproving,and a favorable first half of the saeson with all the home games. Him starting to get reconition around the league. All he has to do is beat out Lewis whitch i think he can on a stat sheet . The coaches will vote him in.
BTW, Welcome to the board good post.
08-03-2007, 02:36 PM
It depends how we are doing at that point, if the Cats are doing well he'll be in, if not then he won't....it all depends on if the guys team is winning or not....should have been on it last year as well...
08-03-2007, 02:57 PM
One day he'll do it for sure.
08-03-2007, 03:03 PM
I think so I also think Emeka is one as well but he'll probably have to wait until Shaq retires it seems :(
If anyone from our roster makes the all star game next year I'd put money on it being J-Rich.
08-03-2007, 03:53 PM
I don't see anyone making it this year unless our record is outstanding and Okafor or Wallace is playing out of their minds good.
08-03-2007, 05:30 PM
I think that Morrison will make the soph team and possible hermann. As all-stars go I think maybe not this year but in the next three years at least one person will make the team. With KG, Ray Allen, and Zach Randolph coming over it does make it harder.
08-03-2007, 10:49 PM
"Gerald Wallace: A Future All-Star???" That should almost be a statement, not a question. I don't think there's any doubt, especially on this site, that he is going to be an All-Star in the next couple of seasons.
08-03-2007, 11:09 PM
basing on his previous accomplishments it's never far-fetched to see him play on the all start game REAL soon. :wink:
08-04-2007, 12:13 AM
i think wallace will defintely have an all star season under his belt before he hangs em up. the only thing holding him back is the other more popular SFs in the east like pierce, lewis, carter. although it shouldn't be a popularity contest, it is
08-04-2007, 12:25 AM
I think J-rich will make it before Wallace. Wallace is underappreciated, and starts off first half's of the season slower before picking up the pace dramatically.
I think that with Lebron, Pierce, Tayshaun Prince, Caron Butler, Tyrus Thomas(possible up and comer on a successful team),Andre Iggy, Richard Jefferson ::), Rashard lewis, etc etc. There is just a huge talent base on more successful teams that are more popular unfortunately.
For SG in the eastern conference there's Michael Redd, VC, Ray Allen, D-Wade, Rip Hamilton. I'm probably forgetting a couple, but there's a smaller talent base. Still, VC and D-Wade are near locks.
Okafor still has the best shot pre-season wise on making the all star team, 99% likely as a backup if at all.
08-04-2007, 02:14 AM
My heart says "Hell yes", but my mind says "Probably not." First of all, he plays in Charlotte which hurts his chances. Sorry, but we all know that's true :-\ Secondly, he isn't a self-promoter, and is not known for his soundbytes, despite his good personality and underrated sense of humor (Re: the press conference for his new deal last month).
All that being said, if the right people are involved in the decision-making (is it the all-star coach like in MLB?), and GW is among the league leaders in a handfull of stats, and the Bobcats are having a good season, I think he has a good shot! My GW autographed card collection sure hopes so! :biggrin:
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