"it was wrong for Golden State to have four."
LaMarcus Aldridge has an issue with the fact that his San Antonio Spurs (42-13) only have one guy on the Western Conference All-Star roster while the 46-9 Golden State Warriors have almost their entire starting five playing in the All Star game this Sunday.
Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green will all be in action this weekend, while Kawhi Leonard will be the Spurs' lone representative.
Aldridge thinks that's wrong. Per ESPN:
"I'm older, so I'm not going to come home and be mad or anything," Aldridge told the Yahoo! Sports website. "But I do think that it was wrong for Golden State to have four [All-Stars] and we're a few games behind and only have one."
"It is what it is," Aldridge said. "I'm in this position and I'm going to enjoy my break and just come back fresh."
Aldridge, averaging 17.4 points and 7.4 rebounds per game, said he plans to spend his All-Star vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico while the four Warriors All-Stars and the rest of the league's stars descend upon New Orleans this weekend.