<bold>1st Team Votes: 125 | Points: 625</bold> <bold>32.0 points | 7.4 rebounds | 5.5 assists | 1.3 steals</bold> Durant, the 2013-14 MVP and winner of four scoring titles in five seasons, highlights the 2013-14 All-NBA First Team. He was the lone unanimous selection, appearing on all 125 ballots as a First-Team pick.
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F: LeBron James, Miami
<bold>1st Team Votes: 124 | Points: 623</bold> <bold>27.1 points | 6.9 rebounds | 6.3 assists | 1.6 steals</bold> James shot a career-high 56.7 percent from the field this season, marking the seventh consecutive season he has improved his field goal percentage. He posted his ninth 2,000-point season, becoming only the fourth player in NBA history to accomplish this feat, joining Karl Malone (12), Michael Jordan (11) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (9).
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C: Joakim Noah, Chicago
<bold>1st Team Votes: 101 | Points: 551</bold> <bold>12.6 points | 11.3 rebounds | 1.5 blocks | 1.2 steals</bold> Noah, ranked sixth in the NBA in rebounding and 12th in blocks. He was one of just three players (Detroit's Andre Drummond and New Orleans' Anthony Davis) to average at least 10.0 rebounds, 1.5 blocks and 1.2 steals. Behind Noah, the Bulls held opponents to a 43.0 field goal percentage, second stingiest in the league.
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G: Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers
<bold>1st Team Votes: 86 | Points: 540</bold> <bold>19.1 points | 10.7 assists | 4.3 rebounds | 2.5 steals</bold> Paul led the NBA in assists and steals as the Clippers won a franchise-record 57 games. He became the seventh player in NBA history to top the 6,000-assist plateau before the end of his ninth season.
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G: James Harden, Houston
<bold>1st Team Votes: 73 | Points: 502</bold> <bold>25.4 points | 6.1 assists | 4.7 rebounds | 1.6 steals</bold> Harden finished fifth in the NBA in scoring, and he was one of only two players (LeBron James) to average at least 25.0 points, 6.0 assists and 4.0 rebounds. He finished second in the NBA in free throws made (576).
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F: Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers
<bold>1st Team Votes: 5 | Points: 350</bold> <bold>24.1 points | 9.5 rebounds | 3.9 assists | 1.2 steals</bold> Griffin became the first player to average at least 24 points, 9.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists and shoot better than 50.0 percent since Shaquille O'Neal in 2002-03.
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F: Kevin Love, Minnesota
<bold>1st Team Votes: 2 | Points: 237</bold> <bold>26.1 points | 12.5 rebounds | 4.4 assists | 0.8 steals</bold> Love led the NBA with 24 games of at least 20 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. He also averaged a franchise-record 26.1 points per game.
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C: Dwight Howard, Houston
<bold>1st Team Votes: 9 | Points: 226</bold> <bold>18.3 points | 12.2 rebounds | 1.8 blocks | 0.8 steals</bold> Howard averaged at least 12 rebounds for the ninth consecutive year and put up 18.3 points on 59.1 percent shooting in his first season with the Rockets.
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G: Stephen Curry, Golden State
<bold>1st Team Votes: 65 | Points: 489</bold> <bold>24.0 points | 8.5 assists | 4.3 rebounds | 1.6 steals</bold> Curry became the first player in Warriors history to to average 24 points and eighth assists in a season. The sharpshooter, who led the NBA in three-pointers for the second year in a row, was Golden State's first All-Star starter since Latrell Sprewell in 1995.
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G: Tony Parker, San Antonio
<bold>1st Team Votes: 14 | Points: 210</bold> <bold>16.7 points | 5.7 assists | 2.3 rebounds | 0.5 steals</bold> Parker became the first player in NBA history to average at least 16.5 points and 5.5 assists in 30 minutes or fewer.
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F: Paul George, Indiana
<bold>1st Team Votes: 4 | Points: 171</bold> <bold>21.7 points | 6.8 rebounds | 3.5 assists | 1.9 steals</bold> George reportedly will receive a $7 million bonus in his contract extension for making the Third Team after a season in which he distinguished himself on both ends of the floor.
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F: LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland
<bold>1st Team Votes: 2 | Points: 159</bold> <bold>23.2 points | 11.1 rebounds | 1.0 blocks | 0.9 steals</bold> Aldridge joined Sidney Wicks (1971-72) as the only Blazers to average at least 23 points and 11 rebounds in a season.
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C: Al Jefferson, Charlotte
<bold>1st Team Votes: 4 | Points: 191</bold> <bold>21.8 points | 10.8 rebounds | 1.1 blocks | 0.9 steals</bold> Jefferson led the Bobcats to their second playoff appearance in franchise history, ranking eighth in rebounding and 11th in scoring.
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G: Damian Lillard, Portland
<bold>1st Team Votes: 2 | Points: 115</bold> <bold>20.7 points | 5.6 assists | 3.5 rebounds | 0.8 steals</bold> In his second season, Lillard joined Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, LeBron James and James Harden as the only players with at least 1,600 points and 400 assists.
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G: Goran Dragic, Phoenix
<bold>1st Team Votes: 1 | Points: 115</bold> <bold>20.3 points | 5.9 assists | 3.2 rebounds | 1.4 steals</bold> Dragic became the first guard to average at least 20 points while shooting over 50 percent from the field and 40 percent from three-point range since Drazen Petrovic in 1992-93.
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