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    ALL-NBA TEAM PLAYERS WHO DID NOT PLAY THE NBA ALL-STAR GAME

    • During the playoffs the NBA announces each season their All-NBA Teams awarding the best players. The All-NBA Teams consist on three five-man lineups, a first, second, and third team, with a total of 15 roster spots. The All-NBA Teams originally had two teams, but was expanded to three teams in 1988. More information about the All-NBA Teams.
    • This list includes 41 players who did not play the NBA All-Star Game, but later in that season were selected for an All-NBA Team. It should be a good database for all these popular All-Star Game or snubs lists.
    • Phil Ford, Drazen Petrovic and Rod Strickland are the only non active players on this list who never played an NBA All-Star Game.
      Carmelo AnthonyKevin Johnson and DeAndre Jordan are the only players with 2 appearances on the list.
    • Updated until 2017 season.

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    ALL-STAR = Year when the player wasn’t selected for the NBA All-Star Game.
    BEFORE = How many All-Star Games he has played before that year.
    AFTER = How many All-Star Games he has played after that year.
    ALL-TEAM = First-Second-Third NBA All-Team where the player was chosen in that year.

    PLAYERTEAMALL-SBAALL-T
    DeAndre JordanLos Angeles Clippers201601First
    Pete MaravichNew Orleans Jazz197623First
    Rudy GobertUtah Jazz201700Second
    Damian LillardPortland Trail Blazers201621Second
    Marc GasolMemphis Grizzlies201312Second
    Deron WilliamsUtah Jazz200803Second
    Rod StricklandWashington Bullets199800Second
    Kevin JohnsonPhoenix Suns198903Second
    John StocktonUtah Jazz1988010Second
    Fat LeverDenver Nuggets198702Second
    Charles BarkleyPhiladelphia Sixers1986011Second
    Gus WilliamsSeattle Supersonics198002Second
    World B. FreeSan Diego Clippers197901Second
    Phil FordKansas City Kings197900Second
    Kareem Abdul-JabbarLos Angeles Lakers1978811Second
    Nate ArchibaldCincinnati Royals197206Second
    Dave DebusschereNew York Knicks196935Second
    Sam JonesBoston Celtics196741Second
    Gus JohnsonBaltimore Bullets196614Second
    John HavlicekBoston Celtics196409Second
    Tom GolaPhiladelphia Warriors195805Second
    DeAndre JordanLos Angeles Clippers201501Third
    Goran DragicPhoenix Suns201401Third
    Al JeffersonCharlotte Bobcats201400Third
    Tyson ChandlerNew York Knicks201201Third
    LaMarcus AldridgePortland Trail Blazers201106Third
    Andrew BogutMilwaukee Bucks201000Third
    Carmelo AnthonyDenver Nuggets200928Third
    Manu GinobiliSan Antonio Spurs200811Third
    Tracy McGradyHouston Rockets200870Third
    Carmelo AnthonyDenver Nuggets2006010Third
    Ben WallaceDetroit Pistons200204Third
    Dirk NowitzkiDallas Mavericks2001013Third
    Stephon MarburyNew Jersey Nets200002Third
    Scottie PippenChicago Bulls199870Third
    Anthony MasonCharlotte Hornets199701Third
    Clyde DrexlerHouston Rockets199582Third
    Dennis RodmanSan Antonio Spurs199520Third
    Derrick ColemanNew Jersey Nets199301Third
    Drazen PetrovicNew Jersey Nets199300Third
    Kevin JohnsonPhoenix Suns199221Third
    Hakeem OlajuwonHouston Rockets199166Third
    Robert ParishBoston Celtics198972Third

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