Rockets' Alperen Sengun Not Named to All-Star Team

Alperen Sengun of the Houston Rockets was not selected as an All-Star for the first time

 On Thursday night, the TNT crew of "Inside the NBA" revealed the western conference reserves for the 2024 All-Star Game.

Sengun, 21, is growing into the cornerstone of the Houston Rockets' roster, averaging career-highs of 21.7 points and 9.2 rebounds this season.Regarding All-Star snubs,

Sengun will be at the top of the list. Sengun, according to NBA analyst JJ Redick, ought to have been named an All-Star this season, though.

"I feel like this is a guy who's going to make 8-9 All-Star games, multiple All-NBA teams,"

" Redick stated. "[He] will be in the running for MVP if the Rockets build this thing correctly, and I think this

Sengun's future, nevertheless, is clearly apparent given that, at just twenty-one

behind Rhamondre Stevenson in the game. But Stevenson is out for tonight due to injury. Thus, "what he can" could not be sufficient.

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