More WNBA Players Cast Their NBA All-Star Ballots

January 21, 2007-- We know they know about basketball, but some of the biggest NBA fans around are some of our own favorite WNBA stars. Whether at home or overseas, they follow the action with a great deal of passion. So when asked to cast their 2007 NBA All-Star ballots, many jumped at the chance. Of course, their opinions are as diverse as their games. Some voted for their NBA counterparts in their cities, others voted for college buddies while most looked at stats and picked by merit. Also read how Cappie Pondexter, Sophia Young and other WNBA stars filled out their ballots.

Temeka Johnson, L.A. Sparks
Kevin Garnett
Minnesota Timberwolves
Emeka Okafor
Charlotte Bobcats
Josh Howard
Dallas Mavericks
Lebron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
Kobe Bryant
L.A. Lakers
Allen Iverson
Denver Nuggets
Steve Nash
Phoenix Suns
Dwyane Wade
Miami Heat
Tyson Chandler
New Orleans Hornets
Ben Wallace
Chicago Bulls

Tan White, Indiana Fever
Josh Howard
Dallas Mavericks
Lebron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
Chris Paul
New Orleans Hornets
Dwyane Wade
Miami Heat
Dwight Howard
Orlando Magic

Megan Duffy, Minnesota Lynx
Dirk Nowitzki
Dallas Mavericks
Chris Bosh
Toronto Raptors
Kevin Garnett
Minnesota Timberwolves
Lebron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
Steve Nash
Phoenix Suns
Gilbert Arenas
Washington Wizards
Chris Paul
New Orleans Hornets
Dwyane Wade
Miami Heat
Yao Ming
Houston Rockets
Dwight Howard
Orlando Magic

Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever
Tim Duncan
San Antonio Silver Stars
Al Harrington
Indiana Pacers
Kevin Garnett
Minnesota Timberwolves
Lebron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
Kobe Bryant
L.A. Lakers
Stephen Jackson
Indiana Pacers
Tracy McGrady
Houston Rockets
Dwyane Wade
Miami Heat
Yao Ming
Houston Rockets
Shaquille O'Neal
Miami Heat

K.B. Sharp, Indiana Fever
Dirk Nowitzki
Dallas Mavericks
Jermaine O'Neal
Indiana Pacers
Boris Diaw
Phoenix Suns
Lebron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
Steve Nash
Phoenix Suns
Jason Kidd
New Jersey Nets
Leandro Barbosa
Phoenix Suns
Dwyane Wade
Miami Heat
Yao Ming
Houston Rockets
Ben Wallace
Chicago Bulls

Dalma Ivanyi, San Antonio Silver Stars
Tim Duncan
San Antonio Spurs
Rasheed Wallace
Detroit Pistons
Dirk Nowitzki
Dallas Mavericks
Paul Pierce
Boston Celtics
Raja Bell
Phoenix Suns
Jason Kidd
New Jersey Nets
Manu Ginobili
San Antonio Spurs
Dwyane Wade
Miami Heat
Yao Ming
Houston Rockets
Alonzo Mourning
Miami Heat

Brandi Davis, L.A. Sparks
Carlos Boozer
Utah Jazz
Emeka Okafor
Charlotte Bobcats
Kevin Garnett
Minnesota Timberwolves
Lebron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
Kobe Bryant
L.A. Lakers
Gilbert Arenas
Washington Wizards
Steve Nash
Phoenix Suns
Dwyane Wade
Miami Heat
Yao Ming
Houston Rockets
Dwight Howard
Orlando Magic

Tanisha Wright, Seattle Storm
Dirk Nowitzki
Dallas Mavericks
Caron Butler
Washington Mystics
Kevin Garnett
Minnesota Timberwolves
Rasheed Wallce
Detroit Pistons
Kobe Bryant
L.A. Lakers
Gilbert Arenas
Washington Wizards
Ray Allen
Seattle Sonics
Vince Carter
Miami Heat
Amare Stoudemire
Phoenix Suns
Dwight Howard
Orlando Magic

Rebekkah Brunson, Sacramento Monarchs
Josh Howard
Dallas Mavericks
Chris Bosh
Toronto Raptors
Tim Duncan
San Antonio Spurs
Lebron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
Kobe Bryant
L.A. Lakers
Gilbert Arenas
Washington Wizards
Steve Nash
Phoenix Suns
Dwyane Wade
Miami Heat
Yao Ming
Houston Rockets
Dwight Howard
Orlando Magic

Nikki Blue, Washington Mystics
Carmelo Anthony
Denver Nuggets
Paul Pierce
Boston Celtics
Tim Duncan
San Antonio Spurs
Lebron James
Cleveland Cavaliers
Kobe Bryant
L.A. Lakers
Gilbert Arenas
Washington Wizards
Baron Davis
Golden State Warriors
Dwyane Wade
Miami Heat
Amare Stoudemire
Phoenix Suns
Shaquille O'Neal
Miami Heat
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Video

Storm vs. Shock

Odyssey Sims scores 21 points and Glory Johnson goes for a double-double in the Shock’s 80-74 win over the Storm.

Mystics vs. Liberty

Tina Charles scores 23 points and pulls down 12 rebounds in the Liberty's 80-76 OT win over the Mystics.

Sky vs. Stars

Kayla McBride scores 16 points to help the Stars take down the Sky, 92-74.

Mystics vs. Liberty

Tina Charles scores 23 points and pulls down 12 rebounds in the Liberty's 80-76 OT win over the Mystics.

Hartley Ties It Late

Bria Hartley drives and gets the bucket to tie the game with 0.6 seconds left in the fourth quarter.