NEW YORK — Golden State's Stephen Curry, the league MVP, and LeBron James are the only unanimous selections to the All-NBA first team.
New Orleans' Anthony Davis and Memphis center Marc Gasol joined Curry as newcomers on the team. Houston's James Harden rounded it out with his second straight selection.
Curry and James, who are three victories from meeting in the NBA Finals, each received first-team votes on all 129 ballots Thursday. James earned his ninth first-team selection in 12 years, tying Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Oscar Robertson for third all-time.
Voting was done by a panel of writers and broadcasters in the U.S. and Canada, who voted for two guards, two forwards and one center to comprise a first, second and third team.
Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook led the second team, joined by Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge, the Clippers' Chris Paul, Chicago's Pau Gasol and Sacramento's DeMarcus Cousins. The third team was the Clippers' Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan, San Antonio's Tim Duncan, Cleveland's Kyrie Irving and Golden State's Klay Thompson.