New York, NY (Sports Network) - NBA MVP LeBron James and Kevin Durant headline
the 2012-13 All-NBA First Team.
James was a unanimous selection, receiving all 119 first-team votes, to earn a
First-Team selection for the sixth consecutive year and seventh time overall.
The Miami Heat superstar was named the league MVP for a fourth time this year.
Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder star, was a First-Team choice for the fourth
time and picked up 102 first-team votes.
San Antonio center Tim Duncan and guards Chris Paul of the Clippers and Kobe
Bryant of the Lakers rounded out the First Team. Duncan earned his 10th First-
Team selection and first since 2006-07, while Paul was selected to the First
Team for the third time.
Bryant, meanwhile, was a First-Team choice for the eighth straight year and
his 11th selection overall matched the record set by Karl Malone.
The Second Team consists of forwards Carmelo Anthony of the Knicks and Blake
Griffin of the Clippers, center Marc Gasol of Memphis and guards Tony Parker
of San Antonio and Russell Westbrook of Oklahoma City.
Selected for the Third Team were forwards Paul George of Indiana and David Lee
of Golden State, center Dwight Howard of the Lakers and guards Dwyane Wade of
Miami and James Harden of Houston.
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