- Harden is lone unanimous first-team pick, appearing on all 100 ballots
- James matches all-time NBA record with 11th first-team selection
- Paul George, Gordon Hayward omissions cost them $207m contracts
Houston’s James Harden was unanimously voted to the All-NBA first team, while Cleveland’s LeBron James tied an all-time record with his 11th first-team selection, the NBA announced on Thursday.
Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook, San Antonio’s Kawhi Leonard and New Orleans’ Anthony Davis joined Harden and James on the first team.