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All-NBA team is out... Are Derozon (top 25) and Lowry (top 40) viewed upon correctly?

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  • S.R.
    Lebron is entering the MJ zone where everyone is so used to how good he is, they completely take him for granted. Same number of votes as Curry? Curry has had a great season, but imagine Lebron playing point-forward on that GSW team. They would have had an even better year, I've no doubt. Probably could have chased the 72 win mark.

    Also, I've got a feeling those 3rd team bigs would take the 2nd team bigs to school.
    Last edited by S.R.; Fri May 22, 2015, 04:39 PM.

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  • All-NBA team is out... Are Derozon (top 25) and Lowry (top 40) viewed upon correctly?

    The All-NBA votes are out. Both DeRozon (3 votes) and Lowry (1 vote) got votes. Rudy Gay got three votes!

    I suppose that it is a story that has been well written many times, but Lowry really was having an all-NBA season til the calender flipped. It shows here...

    I was also surprised to see that DeRozan got some love but not sure that I would prefer him over any of the other guards there.

    No bradley beal so perhaps "Best Backcourt in the East" still stands?



    2014-15 ALL-NBA FIRST TEAM
    Position Player / Team / 1st Team Votes Points
    Forward LeBron James, Cleveland (129) 645
    Forward/Center Anthony Davis, New Orleans (119) 625
    Center Marc Gasol, Memphis (65) 453
    Guard Stephen Curry, Golden State (129) 645
    Guard James Harden, Houston (125) 637

    Position Player / Team / 1st Team Votes Points
    Forward/Center LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland (13) 390
    Center/Forward DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento (18) 220
    Center Pau Gasol, Chicago (15) 242
    Guard Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City (10) 397
    Guard Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers (1) 335

    2014-15 ALL-NBA THIRD TEAM
    Position Player / Team / First Team Votes Points
    Forward Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers (2) 189
    Forward/Center Tim Duncan, San Antonio (6) 167
    Center DeAndre Jordan, L.A. Clippers (12) 175
    Guard Klay Thompson, Golden State 122
    Guard Kyrie Irving, Cleveland 112


    Other players receiving votes, with point totals (First Team votes in parentheses): Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio, 155; Paul Millsap, Atlanta, 70; Al Horford, Atlanta, 64 (1); John Wall, Washington, 50; Jimmy Butler, Chicago, 32; Damian Lillard, Portland, 22; Draymond Green, Golden State, 9; Zach Randolph, Memphis, 7; Jeff Teague, Atlanta, 7; Andrew Bogut, Golden State, 6; Nikola Vucevic, Orlando, 6; DeMar DeRozan, Toronto, 3; Rudy Gay, Sacramento, 3; Andre Drummond, Detroit, 2; Gordon Hayward, Utah, 2; Kyle Korver, Atlanta, 2; Joakim Noah, Chicago, 2; Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas, 2; Dwyane Wade, Miami, 2; Carmelo Anthony, New York, 1; Tyson Chandler, Dallas, 1; Mike Conley, Memphis, 1; Brook Lopez, Brooklyn, 1; Kevin Love, Cleveland, 1; Kyle Lowry, Toronto, 1; Khris Middleton, Milwaukee, 1.