NBA: Phoenix Suns’ Devin Booker To Replace Los Angeles Lakers’ Anthony Davis in the NBA All-Star Game

Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker was added to the NBA All-Star Game list after he replaced Los Angeles Lakers forward Anthony Davis due to injury.

This was confirmed by Commissioner Adam Silver after he was booked by NBA coaches for the reserve spot in a game to be held on March 7 in the state of Atlanta.

Lakers star and Western Conference captain LeBron James has previously indicated that many are underestimating Booker’s talent and ability in the league.

Meanwhile, Booker who booked his second consecutive All-Star selection now averages 24.7 points per game.

Aside from his teammate All-Star player Chris Paul, Booker is also one of the reasons why the Phoenix Suns are beating the fourth-best record in the NBA today.

On March 4, LeBron and Eastern Conference captain Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets is set to draft their line-up from selected starters and reserves.

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