When Jamaal Magloire was selected to the 2004 All-Star Game, there were loud objections. It was seen as evidence that the East was inferior, particularly in the post. But Magloire proved them wrong, scoring 19 on nine for 16 shooting and collecting eight rebounds. He still thinks he deserved it and Darrell Armstong, his teammate then and now, agrees.
- Magloire showed he belonged in game - John Reid - New Orleans Times-Picayune