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2014 D-League All-Stars Announced

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The complete 2014 NBA D-League All-Star teams are below.

FUTURES ALL-STAR ROSTER
C Hilton Armstrong (Santa Cruz)
G Seth Curry (Santa Cruz)
C Dewayne Dedmon (Santa Cruz)
G Manny Harris (Los Angeles)*
F Justin Hamilton (Sioux Falls)
G Pierre Jackson (Idaho)
F Kevin Jones (Canton)
G DeAndre Liggins (Sioux Falls)
F Malcolm Thomas (Los Angeles)*
F Chris Wright (Maine)

Head Coach: Steve Hetzel (Canton)
Assistant Coaches: Jordi Fernandez (Canton), James Posey (Canton), Nate Reinking (Canton)
Athletic Trainer: Mike Gittinger (Canton)

PROSPECTS ALL-STAR ROSTER
G Isaiah Canaan (Rio Grande Valley)*
F Robert Covington (Rio Grande Valley)*
G Troy Daniels (Rio Grande Valley)
F Ike Diogu (Bakersfield)
F Devin Ebanks (Texas)
F Melvin Ely (Texas)
G Ron Howard (Fort Wayne)
F Othyus Jeffers (Iowa)
G Christapher Johnson (Rio Grande Valley)*
C Jarvis Varnado (Iowa)

Head Coach: Nevada Smith (Rio Grande Valley)
Assistant Coaches: Paul Mokeski (Rio Grande Valley), Jason Young (Rio Grande Valley)
Athletic Trainer: Long Lam (Rio Grande Valley)

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