Devin Booker to replace injured Anthony Davis at ‘All-Star’


The guard Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns) has been chosen by the Commissioner of the NBA, Adam Silver, to play the ‘All-Star Game’ to replace Anthony Davis (Los Angeles Lakers), who will miss the game due to injury.

Curiously, this same circumstance is repeated, since last year Booker was also chosen to replace an injured, on that occasion Damian Lillard.

Booker leads the Suns this season with averages of 24.7 points, 4.3 assists and 3.8 rebounds, in addition to achieving 50.1% from the field (his career top), 38.1% in triples and 84.8% in free throws for a team that is surprising with its fourth position in the Western Conference.

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