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News » LeBron headlines All-NBA team

LeBron headlines All-NBA team

LeBron headlines All-NBA team
NEW YORK (AP) LeBron James should be getting used to sweeps by now.

The Cavaliers star was a unanimous selection to the All-NBA first team Wednesday, after leading his team to a franchise-best regular-season record and a pair of playoff sweeps of the Detroit Pistons and Atlanta Hawks.

James was put on the first team on every ballot of 122 sportswriters and broadcasters who regularly cover the league. Lakers star Kobe Bryant finished second in voting, making the first team on 119 ballots, while Dwight Howard of the Magic, Dwyane Wade of the Heat and Dirk Nowitzki of the Mavericks rounded out the first team.

James was a first-team selection for the second straight season after finishing second in the NBA in scoring at 28.4 points and ranking in the top 10 in steals and assists. He led the Cavaliers to a franchise-best 66-16 record, including a 39-2 mark at home, and the team's first top seed in the playoffs.

The Cavaliers made it 8-for-8 in the postseason Monday night, completing a second straight sweep with an 84-74 win over the Hawks. Along with their dominant sweep of Detroit, Cleveland has won an NBA-record eight consecutive playoff games by double figures.

The Cavs should be well-rested for the Eastern Conference finals against Boston or Orlando, a series the Celtics lead 3-2 entering Game 6 Thursday night.

Howard had 17 rebounds but just 12 points while taking only 10 shots in the Magic's 92-88 loss Tuesday night, but he's the biggest reason Orlando is still alive.

After becoming only the fourth player to lead the league in rebounding and blocked shots since 1973-74, when the block became an official statistic, the 6-foot-11 forward has averaged 20 points and leads all players with 16.1 rebounds in the postseason.

Bryant finished third in the league with 26.8 points, leading the Lakers to a Western Conference-best 65-17 finish.

He needed only three quarters to score 26 points Tuesday night, when the Lakers routed the Houston Rockets 118-78 to take a 3-2 lead in their series. They play Game 6 Thursday night.

Wade was a first-team selection for the first time after leading the league in scoring at 30.2 points, finishing second in steals and eighth in assists. He also became the fifth player in league history to reach 2,000 points, 500 assists, and 150 steals in a single season.

Nowitzki was the league's fourth-leading scorer and helped the Mavericks to a 50-32 finish.

The All-NBA second team consisted of New Orleans guard Chris Paul, Brandon Roy of the Trail Blazers, Tim Duncan of the Spurs, Paul Pierce of the Celtics and Houston center Yao Ming, who sustained a season-ending stress fracture in his left foot in Game 3 against the Lakers .

The third team has Denver's Chauncey Billups and San Antonio's Tony Parker at guard, Denver's Carmelo Anthony and the Lakers' Pau Gasol at forward, and Shaquille O'Neal of the Suns at center.

All-NBA Team First Team F LeBron James, Cle F Dirk Nowitzki, Dal C Dwight Howard, Orl G Kobe Bryant, LAL G Dwyane Wade, Mia Second Team F Tim Duncan, SA F Paul Pierce, Bos C Yao Ming, Hou G Chris Paul, NO G Brandon Roy, Por Third Team F Pau Gasol, LAL F Carmelo Anthony, Den C Shaquille O'Neal, Pho G Tony Parker, SA G Chauncey Billups, Den

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