James Harden gets lots of love as the only unanimous first-team selection on the five-man roster.
Basketball superstar LeBron James was named to his 11th All-NBA First Team on Thursday, matching Hall of Famer Karl Malone and Kobe Bryant for the record of most first-team selections, the New York Times reports.
Houston Rockets player James Harden topped this year’s first-team selections, receiving all 100 votes from a panel of writers and broadcasters. This is his third time on the league’s first team in four seasons.
Three other players join James and Harden on the first team: Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook, San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard and New Orleans Pelicans center Anthony Davis.
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