‘Ben Simmons and John Wall really decided to vote for each other’: NBA Twitter trolls Philly and Rockets guards for receiving All-Star votes from players despite 0 minutes played this season


Even though John Wall and Ben Simmons haven’t played a single minute this season, both guards have surprisingly received All-Star votes from players.

Each year, the results of the All-Star vote have a new surprise in store for us. Most of the time, it’s a deserving player who gets snubbed. However, this year’s voting results were shocking as guards John Wall and Ben Simmons received votes from other players.

Keep in mind Simmons and Wall are two incredible superstars, when healthy can even be named to the All-NBA team. However, these two players haven’t even played a single second for their respective teams. Despite this, oddly enough, the Philly two-way guard received 2 votes and the Rockets slasher got 1.

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NBA Twitter trolls John Wall and Ben Simmons as they receive All-Star votes from other players

As soon as the results went viral, NBA Twitter erupted with reactions.

Along with the 2 player votes, Simmons also received 46,031 fan votes, putting him above players like Patty Mills, Caris LeVert, Kemba Walker and others.

While Wall received 5,602 fan votes alongside 1 player’s vote to rank him No. 50 among Western Conference guards.

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For the very optimistic fans and the 3 players who voted for Simmons and Wall, we won’t see either player put on for the All-Star Game.


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