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Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by FTW Rockets FTW, May 21, 2015.

  1. FTW Rockets FTW

    FTW Rockets FTW Contributing Member

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    All-NBA First Team:

    LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Marc Gasol, Stephen Curry, James Harden

    All-NBA Second Team:

    LaMarcus Aldridge, DeMarcus Cousins, Pau Gasol, Russell Westbrook, Chris Paul

    All-NBA Third Team:

    Blake Griffin, Tim Duncan, DeAndre Jordan, Klay Thompson, Kyrie Irving
     
  2. FTW Rockets FTW

    FTW Rockets FTW Contributing Member

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    Surprised that there is not a single player in any of the 3 All-NBA teams from the Hawks - a team with the 2nd best record overall.

    #TEAMBALL
     
  3. VBG

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    12/15 guys from the West. Pau is a really weird choice too.
     
  4. Mr. Clutch

    Mr. Clutch Contributing Member

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    The all nba fourth team is the Atlanta Hawks.
     
  5. shastarocket

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    Al Horford should have been 2nd team at worst.
     
  6. YOLO

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    John Wall needs to be in there either for Klay/Kyrie
     
  7. superfob

    superfob Mommy WOW! I'm a Big Kid now.

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    Has there been a team with more all-nba players than the Clippers this year?

    I can't think of another team that had more than 2.
     
  8. Ziggy

    Ziggy QUEEN ANON

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    I'd take Wall and Butler over both.
     
  9. SamFisher

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    Too many F/C's.

    They should just do it like the All star format but modified - 2 backcourt, 2 frontcourt, 1 wild card per level.

    That way in years where there's beasting guards (this year, eg) they don't get screwed.

    If they implemented that system, using MVP voting as a proxy (to discount "designated center" votes) it probably would have broken down like this:

    Curry, Harden Westbrook, James, Davis
    Paul, Thompson MGasol, Aldridge, Griffin
    Leonard or Duncan or Cousins, 2G and 1 WC (guessing that the 2G are probably Irving & Wall, and one of Cousins or Duncan, Millsap, Pau Gasol, Al Horford, Jimmy Butler, using All NBA voting)

    That seems like almost the exact right distribution to me.
     
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  10. CDrex

    CDrex Contributing Member

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    Pau has been amazing, but taking him over Blake and Duncan is a strange call.
     
  11. Fefo

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    so duncan at 38 was an all nba and all defensive player? oldest player ever?
    wow simply amazing.
     
  12. rhino17

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    I'm surprised Pau sen made a team, let alone 2nd team. Jimmy Butler should absolutely be over him. Wall too but I understand the position limitation.
     

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