2. Tobias Harris
There has been a lot of outcries that Tobias Harris should have named an All-Star this season. Making the game may have quieted some of the people who still want to criticize the Philadelphia 76ers for giving him a max contract prior to last season. Harris only suffers from playing on the same team as two other All-Stars.
This season Harris is averaging a career-high in points (20.2 per game), career-high in rebounds (7.6 per game) and career-high in assists (3.4 per game). Harris is a reliable shooter from distance (40.2 percent from 3-point range this season) to help make everything easier for Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid.
Harris had a case to make the All-Star game for the Detroit Pistons before being traded for Blake Griffin, but the team was not good enough to get an All-Star. For the 2018-2019 LA Clippers he was the best player on a team that won 48 games, enough to earn just the eighth seed. Being the third option comes with easier assignments but at times this year he has been more than that.
Simmons is rarely one of the top offensive options and Harris picks up that slack and runs with it. As hard as it is for a team to get three All-Stars (though the Brooklyn Nets and Utah Jazz did just that this year) Tobias Harris is making it tougher and tougher to keep him out.