Here are the All-NBA Teams, folks. I don’t have time for the basketball geek breakdown so I’ll drop some quick hits instead.
Guard: Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers (86, 540)
Guard: James Harden, Houston (73, 502)
Forward: Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City (125, 625)
Forward: LeBron James, Miami (124, 623)
Center: Joakim Noah, Chicago (101, 551)
Guard: Stephen Curry, Golden State (65, 489)
Guard: Tony Parker, San Antonio (14, 210)
Forward: Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers (5, 350)
Forward: Kevin Love, Minnesota (2, 237)
Center: Dwight Howard, Houston (9, 226)
Guard: Damian Lillard, Portland (2, 115)
Guard: Goran Dragic, Phoenix (1, 115)
Forward: Paul George, Indiana (4, 171)
Forward: LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland (2, 159)
Center: Al Jefferson, Charlotte (4, 191)
Congrats to Goran Dragic, Damian Lillard and Al Jefferson for making their first All-NBA teams. Goran’s pick proves All-Star team selections are mostly bogus. Everyone’s happy for Al Jefferson too: especially AJ. He said Charlotte would be in the playoffs sooner than later and you crabs clowned him. Remember that?
The Rockets, Clippers and Blazers have two respective players representing their squads on the All-NBA list (Harden/Howard, Lillard/Aldridge, Paul/Griffin.) Are you all OK with this?
Paul George went from way too early MVP candidate to third-team forward. He’s got all the time in the world to use Skype again so I doubt he cares much.
James Harden ranked higher than Stephen Curry because, why? Please tell me.
So…where does John Wall fit in all of this?
Finally, Roy Hibbert still netted more votes then DeMarcus Cousins. I’m done.
I want more like this!
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