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Clippers' Chris Paul, Blake Griffin in line to be All-Stars

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When the NBA announced its second balloting results for the All-Star game, the Clippers were well represented.

Both Clippers guard Chris Paul and power forward Blake Griffin ranked high among vote-getters for the Western Conference team.

Paul had the second-most votes (533,647) for West guards behind the Lakers’ Kobe Bryant (723,031).

Griffin had the third-most votes (399,357) for West frontcourt players behind leader Kevin Durant (870,728) of Oklahoma City and Dwight Howard (408,623) of Houston.

No other Clipper was in the top 15 in votes for the frontcourt or in the top 10 for guards.

The All-Star game will be played in New Orleans on Feb. 16.

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