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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.

Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry landed on the second team, along with Isaiah Thomas, Kevin Durant, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Rudy Gobert.

SOURCE:  New York Times


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