Sixth man: Lamar Odom (Los Angeles Lakers)
It's only right to keep things even, so we're going with a two-man tie for the final West spot as well, which seems doubly appropriate when you remember both of the sixth men in question have made a full-time transition to that role this season for the first time in their pro careers. Odom has undeniable All-Star talent and a flair-filled floor game uncommon for players his size, which makes him perfect for this occasion. This is already his 10th season, but you figure he'll be challenging again for his All-Star breakthrough starting next season, based on the growing assumption in Lakerland that Odom -- who's going nowhere in the short term because of his knowledge of L.A.'s system and his ability to step in immediately for either Pau Gasol or Andrew Bynum -- will be signing elsewhere in the summer as an unrestricted free agent.
LO's best chance was probably in 03-04' his first season with the Heat he avg 17ppg and 9rpg, he had a good season last year but the West always have depth at the forward spot.