Despite leading the Phoenix Suns to the fourth-best record in the West, Devin Booker's name was noticeably absent from the NBA All-Star reserves list, marking one of the biggest injustices in NBA history.
Amid an outcry of support for Booker, and shock that he didn't make the All-Star team, LeBron Jame himself spoke on the topic on Twitter, admitting that the young star is the "most disrespected player" in the league.
In the West, the guards who made it in include Steph Curry, Luka Doncic, Paul George, Damian Lillard, Donovan Mitchell, and Booker's own teammate, Chris Paul.
Needless to say, Book has done more than enough to warrant All-Star consideration this season. With averages of 24.7 points, 4.3 assists, and 3.8 rebounds per game on 50.1% shooting, his play is one of the biggest reasons for the success of his team. And, without him, it's unlikely they fall within the upper echelon of the Western Conference.
While Book and the Suns are more focused on winning a Championship at this point in time, we can probably expect the 24-year-old star to take his snub personally -- which means the rest of the NBA will have to deal with his revenge tour.
Good luck to them on that front.