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Each year, there’s always at least one player per each conference that many believe was an All-Star snub.

On Tuesday evening, the NBA announced the fourteen All-Star reserves as chosen by the NBA coaches, as listed below.

As usual, several players who felt they were deserving of an All-Star spot but didn’t get it, went to Twitter to express their displeasure.

Andre Drummond was one:

Lou Williams was another:

Add Devin Booker to the list as well:

Some went to Twitter to vouch for a teammate who wasn’t named an All-Star:

In other instances, players went on to verbally express their displeasure with their teammates being All-Star snubs.

What are you going to do about it?

Several players who felt they were snubbed went out there on the court and played like they were angry about not being named All-Stars.

Just over an hour after learning that he wasn’t named an All-Star, Paul George scored 16 first-quarter points on 6-10 shooting against the Brooklyn Nets. He went on to score 28 points to go along with 9 rebounds in a one-point win.

The following night, rookie Ben Simmons posted one of the most impressive first-quarter stat lines imaginable.

It took Simmons only about 15 minutes of playing time to register a double-double, finishing the first half just two assists shy of a triple-double. Within the first minute of the third quarter, Simmons would register his triple-double after only about 21 minutes. He spent the rest of the game just adding to an immensely impressive stat line.

Around the same time that Simmons was playing arguably the best game of his young career, Andre Drummond was causing some damage himself.

Despite it being in a loss, Drummond absolutely shredded the Utah Jazz defense on Wednesday night, as it can be seen below.

From catching lobs, cleaning the glass, picking pockets… Drummond was doing it all that night. He had a fantastic all-around game, finishing with 30 points, 24 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals, and 6 blocks.

A motivated player is often a dangerous player. If being snubbed from the All-Star Game is what it takes for some players to put on a show, maybe they should be snubbed every year.