Giannis Antetokounmpo And James Harden Headline The 2019 All-NBA Teams

Giannis Antetokounmpo And James Harden Headline The 2019 All-NBA Teams

Giannis Antetokounmpo And James Harden Headline The 2019 All-NBA Teams

Beyond the Bucks' situation, Kemba Walker earned third-team All-NBA status, which also makes him eligible for the "super max", which is called the designated veteran player exception in the collective bargaining agreement. The Bucks forward is just the fourth player in franchise history to garner All-NBA First Team honors, joining Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Marques Johnson and Moncrief.

The NBA has unveiled its 2018-19 All-NBA teams and atop the list are familiar names that have dominated much of the MVP discussion this season. He became just the ninth player in National Basketball Association history to average at least 25.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game.

According to ESPN, this marks the first season that LeBron wasn't named to the All-NBA First Team since the 2006-07 season, and it's only the second time he wasn't on the first or second teams since his rookie year in 2003-04. Antetokounmpo became a starter after receiving the most player votes (269), tied for the second most media votes (99) and the second-most fan votes (4,375,747).

Antetokounmpo, who is almost seven-foot tall and known as the "Greek Freak", and Harden were both unanimous first-team selections. He was voted to the All-NBA third team. Jokic and Walker are the two first time members of an All-NBA team.

The Bulls have said publicly they want to upgrade the point guard position. Everyday life has displayed Bradley Beal's destiny in obvious enough lettering that it could be written in the sky - assuming that aerial advertising or even blue skies exist in this universe.

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