The 3rd round of voting results is out… and it looks pretty much like the first two rounds.
Forwards: LeBron James, Cleveland, 1,579,530; Kevin Garnett,
Boston, 1,317,739; Chris Bosh, Toronto, 644,473; Paul
Pierce, Boston, 320,499; Josh Smith, Atlanta, 293,680; Andre
Iguodala, Philadelphia, 201,312; Danny Granger, Indiana,
198,478; Michael Beasley, Miami, 163,737; Hedo Turkoglu,
Toronto, 117,168; Rashard Lewis, Orlando, 114,359; Caron
Butler, Washington, 99,079.
Guards: Dwyane Wade, Miami, 1,539,968; x-Allen Iverson,
Philadelphia, 806,749; Vince Carter, Orlando, 651,134; Ray
Allen, Boston, 452,708; Gilbert Arenas, Washington, 407,581;
Derrick Rose, Chicago, 344,435; Joe Johnson, Atlanta,
288,841; Rajon Rondo, Boston, 237,648; Mike Bibby, Atlanta,
139,484; Jose Calderon, Atlanta, 138,479.
Centers: Dwight Howard, Orlando, 1,479,625; Shaquille
O'Neal, Cleveland, 536,681; Al Horford, Atlanta,
157,050; Andrea Bargnani, Toronto, 146,595; Brook Lopez, New
Jersey, 133,106; Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee, 115,915; Jermaine
O'Neal, Miami, 98,397; Rasheed Wallace, Boston, 77,848;
Kendrick Perkins, Boston, 48,612; Samuel Dalembert,
Philadelphia, 47,135; Tyson Chandler, Charalotte 38,337;
Brad Miller, Chicago, 35,295.
Out West, Steve Nash is finally about ready to overtake Tracy McGrady and move into a starting guard position. Now if only the same could happen to Allen Iverson.