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Stop what you’re doing and vote for the NBA Cats to be All-Stars




This year, fan participation will account for 50% of the NBA All-Star votes, so it’s more important than ever for you to support your favorite NBA Cats on various social media platforms. The first round of voting returns were released today, and well, we can do better, guys:



John Wall seventh?! Anthony Davis fourth?! Boogie sixth and Towns seventh?!

Come on, people. If any fan base can sway an online poll, it’s the BBN, so let’s get to work and make our boys All-Stars.

There are so many ways to vote that you have no excuse:

  • Go to and select your favorite players (you can vote once per day)
  • Vote through the NBA app (once per day)
  • Tweet, retweet or reply with an NBA player’s first and last name or Twitter handle with the hashtag #NBAVOTE. You can vote for up to ten players per day using this method.
  • Do the same thing on Facebook
  • You can even just Google search “NBA Vote All-Star” and it will pull up a special ballot.

Voting ends on January 16, so vote early and often. What else do you have to do if you’re reading this?

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

No, I will not make you a sandwich, but you can follow me on Twitter @MrsTylerKSR or email me.

2 Comments for Stop what you’re doing and vote for the NBA Cats to be All-Stars

  1. Rain1940
    6:00 pm January 5, 2017 Permalink

    First, last name, email address, date of birth required to vote. Excellent opportunity to have ID stolen with that information.

  2. willmenser
    10:28 am January 6, 2017 Permalink

    I will say, Zaza has been much better than anyone could have imagined this season. Still, there is no reason he should be ahead of Davis, Cousins and Towns. That’s sort of how the NBA is though, even some of the Cavs players are a little too high on these lists. The popular teams get their stars on the roster but the small teams don’t.