LeBron James named to All-NBA First Team for record 12th season

CLEVELAND, Ohio — LeBron James made more history Thursday afternoon, as he was named to the All-NBA First Team for a record 12th time.James, who moved past Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone for the most First Team selections in NBA history, was one of two players (with James Harden) this season to be chosen unanimously by a select group of 100 media members and broadcasters from around the country.James appeared in all 82 games for the first time in his 15-year career while averaging a team-high 27.5 points (3rd in NBA) on 54.2 percent from the field (14th in NBA) to go with a career-high tying 8.6 rebounds (15th in NBA) and a career-high 9.1 assists (2nd in NBA) in 36.9 minutes.He registered a personal-best 52 double-doubles and a career-high 18 triple-doubles — second behind Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook’s 25 — while leading the Cavaliers back to the playoffs despite a tumultuous season.James is joined on the first team by MVP finalists Harden and Anthony Davis as well as Kevin Durant and Damian Lillard.Cavaliers teammate Kevin Love was on the list of other players receiving votes, earning one point. The points were awarded on a 5-3-1 basis.Here is a full list of All-NBA teams:First TeamKevin Durant, F, Golden State WarriorsLeBron James, F, Cleveland CavaliersAnthony Davis, C, New Orleans PelicansDamian Lillard, G, Portland Trail BlazersJames Harden, G, Houston RocketsSecond TeamGiannis Antetokounmpo, F, Milwaukee Bucks

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