4 Chicago Bulls make NBA All-Star ballot - New York News

4 Chicago Bulls make NBA All-Star ballot

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CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Bulls Carlos Boozer, Luol Deng, Joakim Noah and Derrick Rose are on the NBA All-Star ballot.

The league unveiled ballots for this season's game Friday. The All-Star game is Feb. 16 in New Orleans.

The Bulls said in a news release Friday that fans can vote on the team's website or via a variety of social media networks. Voting ends Jan. 20.

The 120 players on the ballot were chosen by a panel of news media members who cover the NBA.

Boozer, Deng and Rose are all averaging double-figures scoring so far, but with Friday's contest against Toronto the Bulls, have played just seven games.

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