As we head into All-Star weekend, here’s a look at the best activeNBA players who have never made an All-Star roster (all players are in their fifth season at minimum).
15. DeAndre Jordan - C - Los Angeles Clippers
Say what you will about the way DeAndre Jordan handled his agreement with the Dallas Mavericks over the offseson, but there's no denying what he's capable of on the court. This season, Jordan was likely the biggest All-Star snub, as he's averaging 12.1 points, 14 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game, and has stepped up in a major way for the Los Angeles Clippers in Blake Griffin's absence.
14. Mike Conley - PG - Memphis Grizzlies
Playing his entire career in Memphis has caused Mike Conley to go ridiculously underrated by NBA media and fans alike. Now in his ninth season, Conley is averaging 13.5 points, 5.6 assists and 2.5 rebounds per game which isn't overwhelming, but keep in mind he's one of the best defending point guards in the world. Conley can score the ball at a much higher rate if need be, he's just never been asked to. Conley will have to leave Memphis and join a more popular team if in order to receive proper respect it seems.
13. Serge Ibaka - PF - Oklahoma City Thunder