With a unanimous outpouring of top votes for ‘s , the 2013-14 MVP headlines the All- First Team for this season. Durant received 125 first place votes, one more than fellow All-NBA First Team member of the , to be the top vote-getter when the league announced the winners for the All-. Rounding out the first team with Durant and James are of the , of the and of the .
The second team comprised of the and of the as the guards, of the and of Clippers as the forwards, and of the Rockets as the center. of the , of the , of the Charlotte Bobcats, of the , and of the Blazers were given the honor of All-NBA Third Team.
The media voted on the All-NBA teams witm United defender Josh Pask on a three-year contract.The 21-year-old academy product never made a first-team breakthrough with West Ham, but has had experience on loan at Dagenham & Redbridge in 2015 and Gillingham in 2016-17.”Josh is a strong anh five points going for first-team votes, three points for second-team votes, and one point for third-team votes.
Forward: Kevin Durant, Thunder (125 first-team votes, 625 points)
Forward: LeBron James, Heat (124 first-team votes, 623 points)
Center: Joakim Noah, Bulls (101 first-team votes, 551 points)
Guard: James Harden, Rockets (73 first-team votes, 502 points)
Guard: Chris Paul, Clippers (86 first-team votes, 540 points)
Forward: Blake Griffin, Clippers (5 first-team votes, 350 points)
Forward: Kevin Love, Wolves (2 first-team votes, 237 points)
Center: Dwight Howard, Rockets (9 first-team votes, 226 points)
Guard: Tony Parker, Spurs (14 first-team votes, 210 points)
Guard: Stephen Curry, Warriors (65 first-team votes, 489 points)
Forward: LaMarcus Aldridge, Blazers (2 first-team votes, 159 points)
Forward: Paul George, Pacers (4 first-team votes, 171 points)
Center: Al Jefferson, Bobcats (4 first-team votes, 191 points)
Guard: Goran Dragic, Suns (1 first-team votes, 115 points)
Guard: Damian Lillard, Blazers (2 first-team votes, 115 points)
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