<bold>1st Team Votes: 119 | Points: 595</bold> <bold>26.8 points | 8 rebounds</bold><bold> | 7.3 assists</bold><bold> | 1.7 steals</bold> The 2013 All-NBA teams were revealed Thursday, May 23, and the league's MVP headlined the First Team as you would expect.
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F: Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
<bold>1st Team Votes: 102 | Points: 555</bold> <bold>28.1 points | 7.9 rebounds</bold><bold> | 4.6 assists</bold><bold> | 1.4 steals</bold> Durant set a career-high in PER (player efficiency rating) while flirting with the vaunted 50/40/90 club.
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C: Tim Duncan, San Antonio
<bold>1st Team Votes: 45 | Points: 392</bold> <bold>17.8 points | 9.9 rebounds | 2.7 assists | 2.7 blocks</bold> Duncan, 36, turned back the clock this season, averaging his most blocks since 2003-04.
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G: Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
<bold>1st Team Votes: 91 | Points: 521</bold> <bold>27.3 points | 6 assists | 5.6 rebounds | 1.4 steals</bold> Prior to a season-ending injury, Bryant, 34, was having one of his best offensive seasons, acting as both distributor and primary scorer for the Lakers.
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G: Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers
<bold>1st Team Votes: 97 | Points: 537</bold> <bold>17 points | 9.6 assists | 3.8 rebounds | 2.4 steals</bold> The consummate floor general, Paul led the Clippers to their first-ever Pacific Division title this season.
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F: Carmelo Anthony, New York
<bold>1st Team Votes: 24 | Points: 397</bold> <bold>28.7 points | 6.9 rebounds | 2.6 assists | 2.3 three-pointers made</bold> The Knicks leaned heavily on Anthony in 2012-13, and 'Melo responded, leading New York to its first Atlantic Division title since '94.
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F: Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers
<bold>1st Team Votes: 0 | Points: 132</bold> <bold>18.2 points | 8.4 rebounds | 3.8 assists | 1.2 steals</bold> A dynamic force on the offensive end, Griffin added an improved midrange shot to his repertoire this season.
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C: Marc Gasol, Memphis
<bold>1st Team Votes: 38 | Points: 295</bold> <bold>14.3 points | 7.8 rebounds | 1.7 blocks | 1 steal</bold> The Defensive Player of the Year helped steady the Grizzlies through a midseason transition.
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G: Tony Parker, San Antonio
<bold>1st Team Votes: 16 | Points: 273</bold> <bold>20.4 points | 7.6 assists | 3 rebounds | 0.8 steals</bold> Parker put together one of his finest all-around seasons in 2012-13, averaging 20.4 points and 7.6 assists on an impressive 52.4 percent shooting from the floor.
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G: Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City
<bold>1st Team Votes: 20 | Points: 306</bold> <bold>23.5 points | 7.5 assists | 5.3 rebounds | 1.8 steals</bold> Westbrook, a three-time All-NBA second teamer, was one of only three players to average at least 20 points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds this season. (Kobe Bryant and LeBron James are the other two.)
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F: David Lee, Golden State
<bold>1st Team Votes: 0 | Points: 79</bold> <bold>18.5 points | 11.2 rebounds | 3.5 assists | 0.8 steals</bold> Lee was the only player to average at least 18 points, 11 rebounds and three assists, and he also led the league in 20-point/10-rebound games with 31.
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F: Paul George, Indiana
<bold>1st Team Votes: 0 | Points: 73</bold> <bold>17.4 points | 7.6 rebounds | 4.1 assists | 1.8 steals</bold> Regarded as one of the league's premier perimeter defenders, George was a key piece in Indiana's top-ranked defense. He also led the Pacers in scoring and was named the Most Improved Player.
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C: Dwight Howard, L.A. Lakers
<bold>1st Team Votes: 17 | Points: 203</bold> <bold>17.1 points | 12.4 rebounds | 2.4 blocks | 1.1 steals</bold> Even in a down year, Howard, a five-time All-NBA first teamer, led the league in rebounding.
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G: Dwyane Wade, Miami
<bold>1st Team Votes: 3 | Points: 145</bold> <bold>21.2 points | 5 assists | 5 rebounds | 1.9 steals</bold> Playing in the shadow of LeBron James this season, Wade shot a career-high 51.9 percent from the field.
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G: James Harden, Houston
<bold>1st Team Votes: 5 | Points: 253</bold> <bold>26 points | 5.9 assists | 4.8 rebounds | 1.8 steals</bold> Harden flourished after a trade to Houston, averaging a career-high 26 points on 44.2 percent shooting.
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