LeBron James passes Kobe Bryant, Karl Malone for most All-NBA First team selections
LeBron James has only missed an All-NBA First team selection three times in his fruitful 15-year career.

LeBron James continued his record-breaking ways on Friday.

The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar has passed Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone for the most All-NBA First Team selections after being named to the elite team for the 12th time in his 15-year career.

James leads the cast that also has Houston’s James Harden, Anthony Davis of New Orleans, Damian Lillard of Portland, and Golden State’s Kevin Durant, according to an NBA press release.

The All-NBA Second Team is made up of Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo, Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook, Joel Embiid of Philadelphia, Toronto’s DeMar DeRozan, and LaMarcus Aldridge of San Antonio.

Golden State’s Steph Curry, Jimmy Butler and Karl-Anthony Towns of Minnesota, the Thunder’s Paul George, and Victor Oladipo of Indiana comprise the Third Team.

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