Breaking: All-NBA Teams Released

Mar. 3, 2013; New York, NY, USA; New York Knicks small forward Carmelo Anthony (7) and Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) wait for a rebound during the first half at Madison Square Garden. Miami won 99-93. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA released this year’s All-NBA teams, and we can obviously spot some very recognizable names. Here are the teams.

All-NBA First Team

Kevin Durant

LeBron James

Kobe Bryant

Tim Duncan

Chris Paul

All-NBA Second Team

Carmelo Anthony

Blake Griffin

Russell Westbrook

Tony Parker

Marc Gasol

All-NBA Third Team

Dwyane Wade

James Harden

David Lee

Paul George

Dwight Howard

 

Overall, the list looks pretty spot on. It is nice to see that Marc Gasol has gotten recognition in the voting and has made the All-NBA second team. Paul George also makes the third team, while Howard’s relatively poor season has him down in the third team. After developing into a superstar, James Harden also receives the honors, making the third team. Worth noting is the fact that Kobe Bryant has now made the All-NBA first team 11 teams, tying Karl Malone or most all-time.

Probably the biggest snub on these teams is Stephen Curry. He was snubbed of an All-Star spot and now he did not even make an All-NBA team.

Any players you think are missing that should have made the teams? Let us know in the comment section down below.

 

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  • Allen Karmelin

    You left off Bosh. Without Chris, Miami wouldn’t be where they are now!!