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#1 Posted on 6.5.10 1358.49
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Here is the list of the first, second, third All-NBA teams
http://www.nba.com/2010/news/05/06/all.nba/?ls=iref:nbahpt1

First Team:
Forward- LeBron James
Forward- Kevin Durant
Center- Dwight Howard
Guard- Kobe Bryant
Guard- Dwayne Wade

Second Team:
Forward- Carmelo Anthony
Forward- Dirk Nowitzki
Center- Amare Stoudemire
Guard- Steve Nash
Guard- Deron Williams

Third Team:
Forward- Tim Duncan
Forward- Pau Gasol
Center- Andrew Bogut
Guard- Joe Johnson
Guard- Brandon Roy

For the most part, I agree with the selections. I would however would have replace Pau Gasol with Chris Bosh but I think it is partially due to Pau being on a recognizable, winning team (though Gasol himself did have a good year also). I may have had Derrick Rose edging out Roy for the guard position on the third team, but again, these teams are fairly balanced and agreeable. There are so much talent and only a few get selected on the All-NBA team.

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#2 Posted on 6.5.10 1436.13
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I was going to make a joke about who was going to be the point guard on that first team, but I guess LeBron's 8.6 assists per game could take care of that.
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#3 Posted on 6.5.10 1542.55
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That Manu Ginobili, Stephen Jackson, and Chauncey Billups got MVP votes when they are not among the consensus best 15 players in the league is just another example of how stupid that vote was.
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#4 Posted on 6.5.10 1645.39
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    Originally posted by Pete
    Tell me about it.

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I am assuming that they got all team votes from the people that voted for them for MVP. =P
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#5 Posted on 8.5.10 1054.18
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I would have actually swapped Gasol with Stoudermire
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