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Former Buckeye Mike Conley Jr. Makes First NBA All-Star Game | Eleven Warriors – Eleven Warriors

Fourteen years into his career, former Ohio State guard Mike Conley Jr. makes his first NBA All-Star team.

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The drought is over.
It took 14 seasons, but former Buckeye guard and current Utah Jazz point guard Mike Conley Jr. has finally made his first NBA All-Star team. He’ll join Team Durant as the replacement for Devin Booker who will sit out with a left knee sprain after earning an All-Star bid himself in place of Anthony Davis who’s missing the game due to a right calf strain.
Mike Conley: #NBAAllStar
Congratulations, @MCONLEY10!!! pic.twitter.com/aXzMNgY1Da
utahjazz (@utahjazz) March 6, 2021
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