To be played: Sunday, Feb. 17, in New Orleans
Final
Eastern Conference
Forwards
Kevin Garnett, Boston, 2,399,148; LeBron James, Cleveland, 2,108,831; Chris Bosh, Toronto, 838,498; Paul Pierce, Boston, 574,159; Yi Jianlian, Milwaukee, 450,515; Caron Butler, Washington, 340,619; Hedo Turkoglu, Orlando, 301,038; Andrea Bargnani, Toronto, 293,200; Tayshaun Prince, Detroit, 280,369; Rashard Lewis, Orlando, 240,725.
Guards
Dwyane Wade, Miami, 1,608,260; Jason Kidd, New Jersey, 1,246,386; Ray Allen, Boston, 1,061,740; Vince Carter, New Jersey, 981,050; Gilbert Arenas, Washington, 797,502; Chauncey Billups, Detroit, 625,772; Michael Redd, Milwaukee, 375,243; Richard Hamilton, Detroit, 308,357; Joe Johnson, Atlanta, 253,308; T.J. Ford, Toronto, 253,216.
Centers
Dwight Howard, Orlando, 2,066,991; Shaquille O'Neal, Miami, 965,171; Rasheed Wallace, Detroit, 303,978; Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee, 283,576; Ben Wallace, Chicago, 256,604; Jermaine O'Neal, Indiana, 217,675; Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Cleveland, 205,152; Emeka Okafor, Charlotte, 147,447; Eddy Curry, New York, 107,279; Zaza Pachulia, Atlanta, 98,593.
Coach-Doc Rivers.

Western Conference
Forwards
Carmelo Anthony, Denver, 1,723,701; Tim Duncan, San Antonio, 1,712,800; Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas, 1,259,025; Carlos Boozer, Utah, 553,624; Shawn Marion, Phoenix, 514,142; Shane Battier, Houston, 475,483; Kevin Durant, Seattle, 463,187; Luis Scola, Houston, 424,470; Josh Howard, Dallas, 423,973; Grant Hill, Phoenix, 389,672.
Guards
Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers, 2,004,940; Allen Iverson, Denver, 1,203,152; Tracy McGrady, Houston, 1,192,742; Steve Nash, Phoenix, 1,174,125; Chris Paul, New Olreans, 563,525; Manu Ginobili, San Antonio, 541,148; Tony Parker, San Antonio, 500,009; Baron Davis, Golden State, 499,186; Jason Terry, Dallas, 300,125; Jerry Stackhouse, Dallas, 270,412.
Centers
Yao Ming, Houston, 1,709,180; Amare Stoudemire, Phoenix, 998,969; Marcus Camby, Denver, 412,563; Tyson Chandler, New Olreans, 289,593; Erick Dampier, Dallas, 254,662; LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland, 216,271; Pau Gasol, Memphis, 206,408; Mehmet Okur, Utah, 202,403; Chris Kaman, L.A. Clippers, 189,385; Andris Biedrins, Golden State, 161,411.
Coach-TBA.
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