2014 NBA Playoffs: Conference Finals All-Stars

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Apr 4, 2013; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant (35) handles the ball against San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan (21) in the first half in Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Four teams remain through these 2014 NBA Playoffs: the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder in the West, and the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers in the East.

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Paul George, Roy Hibbert, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili are all well-known All-Stars (and Lance Stephenson —one of the all-time biggest snubs). Also included are the last two MVP winners (James and Durant) and numerous NBA Finals appearances (James, Wade, Bosh, Duncan, Parker, Ginobili, Durant and Westbrook).

If we put together an All-Star team of players that have made it to the Conference Finals this year, we will have quite a formidable starting five. Lets take a look at the best five we can put together.

Keep in mind, that these aren’t necessarily the five players who have had the best postseasons so far, they are the five players who would properly fit together to make the best team possible. These two things are not always the same!

Check out the last page to vote on how many of these I got right!

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Tags: 2014 NBA Playoffs 2014 Western Conference Finals LeBron James San Antonio Spurs Tim Duncan Tony Parker

  • Vic2093

    I would swap Duncan out and put Paul George at the 2, KD@3= he’s not suited for the 2 and win struggle to defend 23rd regularly, LeBron @ 4, & Ibaka@ 5. He won’tcome up short as all of these players defend and they naturally spread the floor bbecause no 9th can leave their man.

    • http://TexasBSreport.blogspot.com Bill Simpson

      I agree, KD isn’t well suited for the 2 compared to when he’s playing the 3. Ibaka at 5 is interesting, gives an athletic, fast, front court and overall starting five, which is the growing trend in the NBA these days