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Jennings explains why Holiday got all-star bid

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06:13 PM ET 02.14 | Brandon Jennings has always been on the outside looking in to the NBA All-Star game. Often, it's been because his Milwaukee Bucks were losing. This season, the Bucks are in the eighth and final playoff spot, four games in front of the Philadelphia 76ers. Yet, Sixers point guard Jrue Holiday got an All-Star nod in front of Jennings, who said his friend and fellow Los Angeles area product got in because of better numbers. "I thought I would get the nod this time because we have the better record," Jennings told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "But I think the one thing that coaches really like about Jrue is that he had that playoff experience last year, and I didn't. That means a lot with coaches."

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February 14, 2013  08:53 PM ET

Both guys are good, not great PGs

 
February 15, 2013  11:22 AM ET
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Both guys are good, not great PGs

Not fair to go there......since currently, there are only maybe 4 or 5 great PGs in the game.

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