Part Two: Sales, Dales-Schuman, Taurasi and Bird punch their ballots

More WNBA Players Cast Their NBA All-Star Votes

NBA All-Star 2005 Are you still figuring out just who to vote for to play in the 2005 NBA All-Star Game in Denver on Feb. 20? Listen to what some of the experts have to say. Between now and the final NBA All-Star roster announcement, several WNBA players will share their picks and why they have made their choices.

Also see how Catchings, Riley, Butts and Lawson voted last week.

Check out the official NBA All-Star ballot and VOTE NOW!


STACEY DALES-SCHUMAN
WASHINGTON MYSTICS
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs
Jermaine O'Neal, Indiana Pacers

He's humble, skilled, and dominant.

He's confident and he makes everyone else around him better.

Amare Stoudemire, Phoenix Suns Tayshaun Prince, Detroit Pistons

The combination of his power and finesse are exciting to watch.

The consumate team player that does it on both ends of the court.

Manu Ginobili, San Antonio Spurs
Jason Kidd, New Jersey Nets

Can do everything on the court equally well and you can sense an incredible passion from him that is missing in many players today.

He is a magician with a basketball.

Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns Steve Francis, Orlando Magic

The guy goes from Dallas to Phoenix and suddenly Phoenix is the best team in the West.. .need I say more?

He's unbelievably talented and always entertaining to watch.

Yao Ming, Houston Rockets
Shaquille O'Neal, Miami Heat

The footwork and grace with which he moves is remarkable considering his size.

That's a no-brainer... the man is a machine who, amazingly enough, gets better every single season.

DIANA TAURASI
PHOENIX MERCURY
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs
Drew Gooden, Cleveland Cavaliers

He dominates on both ends of the court and leads the most complete team in the NBA.

Why not? Having an amazing year on a young exciting team. He is also averaging a career high in rebounds.

Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves Antawn Jamison, Washington Wizards

The most complete player in the league. Pass, score, defend. Simply a basket ball prototype.

Averaging 20 and 10, sure, why not?

Amare Stoudemire, Phoenix Suns

How can you leave BLACK JESUS off the starting squad. Making the suns the most exciting team in the league. Toughest dunker in the league... LOOK OUT BELOW!.

Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks

Dirk has taken his game to new heights emerging into a bona fide leader and superstar. Unstoppable on off.

Ray Allen, Seattle Sonics
Lebron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

Another brilliant year for the former Husky in taking to his team to a being a contender in the always- tough West. Such a pure shooter, where were you in athens, Ray?

Putting up MVP numbers every night. The most talented player in the league. Sky's the limit!

Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers Allen Iverson, Philadelphia Sixers

Best perimeter player in the world, leaves it all on the floor. Many questioned his leadership qualities, but no matter what Kobe does, it won't be enough. Most celebrated most hated.

He is averaging 25 pts. and a most impressive 7 assists per game, the most in his career since his rookie showing..

Shaquille O'Neal, Miami Heat

Duh!!!!!!.

SUE BIRD
SEATTLE STORM
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks
Jermaine O'Neal, Indiana Pacers

He's German.

He has been playing great since re-joining the team.

Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves Grant Hill, Orlando Magic

MVP, need I say more? Hey Kevin, I think you and Lauren Jackson would make a great front court. Would do you think?

This is the best story in the NBA right now. He deserves the nod.

Ray Allen, Seattle Sonics
Lebron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

He represents UCONN and is taking this Sonics team to places nobody believed possible (except me, check predictions). Not to mention he's one of the nicest guys in the NBA.

He should make the All-Star team strictly because he'll have some sweet Nike's made for him and I'd like to see them. Not to mention he's about to be one of the 5 players in history to average over 20 pts, 6 reb, and 5 assists and he's only 19.

Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns Dwayne Wade, Miami Heat

He's the epitome of a playmaking point guard and is taking a team from worst to first a la The Detroit Shock.

This is by far one of the quickest players I've ever seen. His team is in first and he's killing people.

Yao Ming, Houston Rockets
Shaquille O'Neal, Miami Heat

Process of Elimination.

CAN YOU DIG ITTTTTTT? He's Shaq-Diesel...come on now!

NYKESHA SALES
CONNECTICUT SUN
Kevin Garnett, Minnesota Timberwolves
Drew Gooden, Cleveland Cavaliers
Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs Grant Hill, Orlando Magic
Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers
Allen Iverson, Philadelphia Sixers
Tracy McGrady, Houston Rockets Lebron James, Cleveland Cavaliers
Yao Ming, Houston Rockets
Shaquille O'Neal, Miami Heat
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