WALTHAM — The Celtics  are regarded as one of the deepest teams in the NBA. That depth is well-represented as they placed six players on the NBA All-Star ballot that was released on Tuesday by the league.
Ray Allen  and Rajon Rondo  are the guards. Paul Pierce  and Kevin Garnett  are on the ballot as forwards and Kendrick Perkins  and Rasheed Wallace  are on the Eastern ballot as centers.
The Celtics are the only team in the NBA with two centers on the ballot. The 2010 NBA All-Star Game will be played at brand new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington before an expected crowd of over 80,000 on Sunday, Feb. 14. That will be the largest group ever to see a live basketball game in the world.
The 120 players on the ballot – 60 from each conference – were chosen by a panel of six media members who cover the league on a regular basis.
Balloting will continue through Jan. 18.