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The all-star reserves are in and many teams and players aren't pleased.
One of the biggest snubs on mentioned by many people is Kevin Love. Cleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue says Kevin Love's All-Star snub is unprecedented for a first-place team.
"I just thought, in this league it's always been about winning and winning has always been rewarded," Lue said before the Cavs' shootaround Friday morning in preparation for their game against the Detroit Pistons. "Being No. 1 in the East and Kevin being one of four guys in the NBA to average a double-double on a winning team, I've just never seen being a first-place team and getting one guy in. I've never seen that before."
Love is averaging 15.7 points, 10.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.0 steals this season. Pretty solid numbers when you consider he shares a lot of shot attempts with Kyrie Irving and Lebron James.

Did Kevin Love Deserve To Be An NBA All-Star This Year?

Yeah I agree with what Kyle said. It's not just about the winning team. The All-Star is about the best players taking part in the game!
The problem is that there is a limited number of spots. I don't think he's been better than Chris Bosh or Andre Drummond. It's tough but it's not about winning.
for the Cavs that is
a bad fit.