Every sideline has a story to be told
While the NBA world is still reeling from last week’s announcement for the All-Star Game Starters, The Sideline Reporter Staff has been burning the midnight oil trying to predict the names that will be chosen as All-Star Reserves this week. With that in mind Calvin and Leif have both made their predictions, with insights on why they made the choices they have.
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