Earlier today on John Canzano's radio show he posed the question of whether or not Travis Outlaw 'will become' an all-star. I think the question itself is too obscure and thought it needed clarification. What, exactly, did he mean by all-star? What qualifies a player as an all-star? One appearance? Two? Multiple consecutive appearances? I believe that a player can have an all-star season without neccessarily being an all-star. Look at Jamal 'Big-Cat' Magloire, does anyone consider him an all-star? How about Shawn Marion? In my opinion, to truly be considered an all-star you must consistently make the team for a good portion of your career, guys like KG, Steve Nash, and Shaquille O'Neal.
By the way, Canzano scored big points with me today defending Trout from a caller who questioned his intelligence based on his accent and shy nature. Kudos for that, baldy. There may be hope for you yet.