NBA Announces All-NBA Teams With LeBron James, Kobe Bryant On Top
With both the Eastern and Western Conference Finals officially underway, the NBA has officially announced the selections for the All-NBA First Team along with the Second and Third Teams.
It comes as no surprise that superstars LeBron James (Miami Heat) and Kobe Bryant (Los Angeles Lakers) lead the way in the voting for the All-NBA First Team with brilliant seasons from both players. Although Kobe displayed a warrior-like mentality with his ability to play through injuries and help his team clinch the seventh seed in the West, LeBron dominated the competition on a nightly basis in the league leading to a fourth NBA MVP award.
LeBron is currently leading his team in multiple categories while keeping the Heat in a hunt for a second consecutive NBA title. Miami is current favored to win it all in Las Vegas odds while currently attempting to get the best of the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals.
All-NBA First Team
Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers; Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers; LeBron James, Miami Heat; Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder and Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs
All-NBA Second Team
Tony Parker, San Antonio Spurs; Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder; Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks; Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers and Marc Gasol, Memphis Grizzlies
All-NBA Third Team
Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat; James Harden, Houston Rockets; Paul George, Indiana Pacers; David Lee, Golden State Warriors and Dwight Howard, Los Angeles Lakers