Golden State Warriors: Predicting Which Dubs Will Be All-Stars In 2013-14

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Andre Iguodala (Small Forward): 35 percent

Mar 29, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Nuggets guard Andre Iguodala (9) drives to the basket past Brooklyn Nets guard Keith Bogans (10) during the first half against the Brooklyn Nets at the Pepsi Center. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

Iguodala has two things going for him when it comes to being on the 2014 Western Conference All-Star Team.

First, even more so than the shooting guard position, small forward in the West suffers from a severe dearth of All-Star talent. Since Carmelo Anthony moved to the New York Knicks in 2011, the only small forward to make the All-Star team is Kevin Durant, obviously.

Secondly, the single best factor in predicting who will be named to the All-Star team is who has previously made an All-Star team, and Iguodala was selected as an All-Star when he was with Philadelphia in the East.

Granted his free-throw percentage was an issue last year, but now that he is on a championship-contending team that plays to his skill set, Iguodala has a good shot at making the cut. Plus, other than Durant, who else is even close to his level… Chandler Parsons, Tayshaun Prince? No.

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