The All-NBA teams were revealed today in absence of a Thursday night game, as the per usual
Inside The NBA on
TNT announcement, which unsurprisingly had no members of the
Golden State Warriors on the First Team All-NBA shortlist.
The top team was comprised of
Kawhi Leonard, and
NBA announces All-NBA teams. Neither Paul George nor Gordon Hayward made it. Thus, no supermax for either this year.
— Howard Beck (@HowardBeck)
May 18, 2017
Having added a key superstar in
Kevin Durant meant back-to-back MVP
Stephen Curry needing to take a step back from his lauded 2015-16 production in order to accommodate his new teammate into the fold.
The two 25-point-a-game scorers easily made the Second Team All-NBA...Read details...
Agree with these lists?
Honestly the first team makes sense.
If we are all being honest with ourselves, LeBron is automatic for first team. That means one forward position automatically taken and you have Durant and Green battling for that last spot and honest Kawhi had a better year than both. So Durant and Green are automatically out of the first team.
For Point Guard Westbrook was clearly the best by a mile followed by Harden so that means Curry and Klay are out for the guard positions.
And Zaza is nowhere close to elite or on the same level as Davis, Gobert, and Jordan.
Good list. Some players had better overall years compared to the GSW. Just means for them to work harder if they want to be higher next year.
as it should be. Can't see which Golden State player should replace any of the 1st team players
Makes sense since Warriors did it as team whereas Harden, James and Westbrook were their teams main guys. Any given night it could be Curry, Durant, hell, even Klay on some nights as the leading scorer.
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