Jarrett Allen (Cleveland) replaces James Harden at the All-Star Game
A few hours after the package of James Harden (Philadelphia 76ers, ex-Brooklyn Nets), affected in the hamstrings, for the All-Star Game of the NBA, his replacement was announced. This is Jarrett Allen (23), the pivot of the Cleveland Cavaliers. For the first time in his young career – he arrived in the NBA in 2017 – he will participate in the All-Star Game on February 20 in … Cleveland.
Allen has been playing for the Cavaliers since last season, after three and a half years with the Brooklyn Nets. This season, he’s averaging 16.2 points and 11.1 rebounds per game. He’s the second Cleveland player selected, after point guard/guard Darius Garland.