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Former LSU basketball player Ben Simmons was named to the 2019 NBA All-Star game this week. This will be Simmons first All-Star Game appearance.

Simmons is averaging 16.8 points, 8.1 assists, and 9.5 rebounds this season. He will join his 76ers teammate Joel Embiid in the game. The 76ers are currently 3rd in the NBA East with 34-18 record.

The All-Star game will be played on Sunday, February 17 at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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He went to college because he was forced to. Won’t go down as an LSU great, but Don’t hate on the man. Is doing well. Props, Ben!
Reply3 months
And honestly, who really gives a shite about college basketball?
3 months
Who gives a shite about any basketball
3 months
One of the most talented athletes in LSU history regardless of sport, and one of the nicest people of all time. GREAT GREAT representative of this university. Proud of this man.
Reply3 months
Decent troll attempt. 6/10
2 months
boo this man
Reply3 months
frick off
2 months
If he makes a 3 pt in the All-Star game, is his streak considered broken?
Reply3 months
It was cool when he committed and signed with LSU. Other than that he was a dud.
Reply3 months
Dude is almost AVERAGING a triple double. Dayum!
Reply3 months
Here comes the Simmons haters in 3...2...1
Reply3 months
#tigerforever
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#BarelyATiger
2 months
#notmytiger#
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