The 2021 NBA All-Snub team These stars didn’t make the cut, but they made our squad

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If there was ever a year an All-Star snub could quickly get over not being selected for the NBA All-Star Game, it’s this year.

With the world still in the midst of a pandemic, All-Star Weekend will be reduced to one day – March 7 – in Atlanta. Furthermore, players won’t be allowed to leave their hotel for anything other than the game.

Taking a breather during these trying times from playing basketball would probably be great for the mind and body. But at some point, pride will kick in for the All-Star snubs, knowing they didn’t make the cut.

Unfortunately, there are only 24 All-Star spots. With the NBA announcing the reserves on Tuesday, The Undefeated presents its annual NBA All-Snub team – our squad of deserving players who didn’t make the cut. Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant and Miami Heat guard Jimmy Butler also might have made this list if they reached the 20-game mark.


DEVIN BOOKER, PHOENIX SUNS, GUARD

Devin Booker #1 of the Phoenix Suns handles the ball during the game against the Orlando Magic on February 14, 2021 at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona.

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