At the end of every season, the best players in the league are named to the All-NBA Teams.
All-NBA was originally made up of two teams, but the NBA created a Third Team for the 1988-89 season. Even with an additional team, tough decisions have to be made every year to determine the most worthy candidates.
The 2022-23 season was no exception, as many of the biggest names in the NBA were limited by injuries.
Which players earned the honor of being named All-NBA this season? Here is the complete list of teams.
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All-NBA First Team
All-NBA Second Team
All-NBA Third Team
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How All-NBA Teams are selected
Each NBA end-of-season award is voted on by a global panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters.
For All-NBA, each voter chooses two guards, two forwards and one center for the First, Second and Third Teams. Players receive five points for First Team votes, three points for Second Team votes and one point for Third Team votes.
If a player receives votes at multiple positions, that player will be placed at the position in which he received the most votes.
Who has the most All-NBA selections?
No player in NBA history has earned more All-NBA selections than LeBron James.
James is one of only four players who have earned at least 15 All-NBA selections, the others being Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan.
Chris Paul has the second-most All-NBA selections among active players (11).