The 2011 NBA All-Star Game is held at Staples Center in Los Angeles, so by default the Eastern Conference is the road team. The majority of the roster of the Eastern Conference All-Stars, coaches included, are likely to receive boos from the L.A. crowd, as there is a heavy Celtcs and Heat influence on the squad. Seven of the 12 players are on the Boston Celtics are Miami Heat, the teams with the two top records in the East.
Here is your full Eastern Conference All-Star Roster:
- Guard: Derrick Rose, Chicago (2nd All-Star Game for Rose, 1st start)
- Guard: Dwyane Wade, Miami (7th game, 6th start)
- Forward: LeBron James, Miami (7th game, 7th start)
- Forward: Amare Stoudemire, New York (6th game, 3rd start)
- Center: Dwight Howard, Orlando (5th game, 4th start)
- Guard: Rajon Rondo, Boston (2nd game)
- Guard: Ray Allen, Boston (10th game)
- Guard: Joe Johnson, Atlanta (5th game)
- Forward: Paul Pierce, Boston (9th game)
- Forward: Kevin Garnett, Boston (14th selection, 13th game)
- Forward: Chris Bosh, Miami (6th selection, 5th game)
- Center: Al Horford, Atlanta (2nd game)
Doc Rivers, Boston
The 60th NBA All-Star Game will be televised Sunday at 5 p.m. PST on TNT, with the pregame show, NBA Tip-Off, on TNT at 4 p.m. PST.