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Warriors' Ellis snubbed from All-Star game

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Warriors' Ellis snubbed from All-Star game

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The NBA revealed its All-Star reserves on Thursday, and guard Monta Ellis wasnt among those selected. That makes 14 consecutive years in which the Warriors havent been represented at an NBA All-Star game.The last Warriors All-Star: Latrell Sprewell -- in 1997.
STEINMETZ: No gripes about Monta's snub
The Warriors had hoped Ellis would break through this season. He is averaging 25.1 points per game, which is the sixth-highest in the NBA. Ellis also averages 5.6 assists per game and 2.26 steals per game, third in the league.The Warriors also have improved from last year to this year. They were 14-37 at the All-Star break a year ago. This year the Warriors are 20-27 heading into tonights game against the Milwaukee Bucks.But Western Conference coaches -- who vote for the substitutes -- selected the following guards ahead of Ellis: Deron Williams, Manu Ginobili and Russell Westbrook.
RELATED: Monta Ellis stats splits game logs
Ellis recent shooting slump likely didnt do him any favors with the coaches. Over the past six games, Ellis has gone just 43-of-122 from the field (35.2 percent), which has dropped his overall field goal percentage down to 45.9 percent.Chris Paul and Kobe Bryant were voted in as starters by the fans. Coaches vote for seven substitutes from their own conference -- including two guards, two forwards, one center and two wild cards.Coaches are not allowed to vote for players on their own team.

Draymond Green reveals new Warriors banners, puts Noah Vonleh on blast

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Draymond Green reveals new Warriors banners, puts Noah Vonleh on blast

The Warriors' practice facility in San Francisco has a new look and Draymond Green is clearly a fan of one part.

On Saturday, Green posted a video to his Instagram story showing new banners of a montage to the team's 2016-17 championship run. One player who won't like the new images so much though is Blazers forward Noah Vonleh. 

Among the pictures in one of the banners is Green meeting Vonleh at the rim and rejecting him in Game 1 during Round 1 in the 2017 NBA Playoffs. In the video, Green says, "Alright Noah, watch out now," while laughing.

Because it never gets old, here's the video of the huge block. 

Kevin Durant has a little advice for heckling college student: 'Get a...'

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Kevin Durant has a little advice for heckling college student: 'Get a...'

The barbs won't stop.

Even after Kevin Durant won an NBA title with the Warriors, fans won't let him forget that he left the Thunder to join the best team in the NBA.

On Saturday, a fan from New Zealand wondered if Durant was set to join his college team, which, according to him, started its season 7-0.

Durant clapped back, offering advice for the young man.

The fan wasn't done.

"What do we have to do? Be the most dominant team in the league and beat you the year before? Or do you want us to blow a 3-1 lead?" Twitter user Morgan Tiare wrote back.

Durant got the last word.

The NBA Finals MVP is clearly having fun responding to Twitter trolls this offseason.