All-NBA Teams, Year by Year

This is the complete list with all the players that have been selected for All-NBA first, second and third teams, season by season.

Current All-NBA First Team

NBA Honors: All-NBA Teams

The voting panel for the All-NBA Teams consists of 126 media members throughout the United States and Canada and members from each of the league’s 30 teams who regularly cover the NBA.

They vote for All-NBA First, Second and Third Teams by position. Each player is awarded 5 points for a 1st. Team vote, 3 for a 2nd. Team and 1 for a 3rd. Team.

In 2010-11 Tim Duncan wasn't selected for any of the All-NBA teams for the first time in 14 years but he returned in 2012-13, the same year Kobe Bryant was selected for the 15th consecutive time for one of these teams, the 8th in a row for the First Team

More about the All-NBA Teams:
Year by Year / Players with more selections / Players with more selections for the 1st. Team


All-NBA Teams, Year by Year

2015-16 All-NBA Teams
First Team
LeBron James (Cavaliers)
DeAndre Jordan (Clippers)
Stephen Curry (Warriors)
Second Team
Kevin Durant (Thunder)
Draymond Green (Warriors)
Chris Paul (Clippers)
Damian Lillard (Trail Blazers)
Third Team
Paul George (Pacers)
Andre Drummond (Pistons)
Klay Thompson (Warriors)
Kyle Lowry (Raptors)
2014-15 All-NBA Teams
First Team
LeBron James (Cavaliers)
Anthony Davis (Pelicans)
Marc Gasol (Grizzlies)
Stephen Curry (Warriors)
James Harden (Rockets)
Second Team
LaMarcus Aldridge (Trail Blazers)
Pau Gasol (Bulls)
Chris Paul (Clippers)
Third Team
Blake Griffin (Clippers)
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
DeAndre Jordan (Clippers)
Klay Thompson (Warriors)
Kyrie Irving (Cavaliers)
2013-14 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Kevin Durant (Thunder)
Joakim Noah (Bulls)
James Harden (Rockets)
Chris Paul (Clippers)
Second Team
Blake Griffin (Clippers)
Kevin Love (Timberwolves)
Dwight Howard (Rockets)
Stephen Curry (Warriors)
Tony Parker (Spurs)
Third Team
Paul George (Pacers)
LaMarcus Aldridge (Trail Blazers)
Al Jefferson (Bobcats)
Damian Lillard (Trail Blazers)
2012-13 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Kevin Durant (Thunder)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Chris Paul (Clippers)
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Second Team
Blake Griffin (Clippers)
Tony Parker (Spurs)
Marc Gasol (Grizzlies)
Third Team
David Lee (Warriors)
Paul George (Pacers)
Dwyane Wade (Heat)
James Harden (Rockets)
Dwight Howard (Lakers)
2011-12 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Kevin Durant (Thunder)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Chris Paul (Clippers)
Second Team
Kevin Love (Timberwolves)
Blake Griffin (Clippers)
Andrew Bynum (Lakers)
Tony Parker (Spurs)
Third Team
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Tyson Chandler (Knicks)
Dwyane Wade (Heat)
Rajon Rondo (Celtics)
2010-11 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Kevin Durant (Thunder)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Derrick Rose (Bulls)
Second Team
Pau Gasol (Lakers)
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Dwyane Wade (Heat)
Third Team
LaMarcus Aldridge (Trail Blazers)
Zach Randolph (Grizzlies)
Chris Paul (Hornets)
Al Horford (Hawks)
2009-10 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Kevin Durant (Thunder)
LeBron James (Cavaliers)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Dwyane Wade (Heat)
Third Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Pau Gasol (Lakers)
Joe Johnson (Hawks)
Brandon Roy (Trail Blazers)
Andrew Bogut (Bucks)
2008-09 All-NBA Teams
First Team
LeBron James (Cavaliers)
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Dwyane Wade (Heat)
Second Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Paul Pierce (Celtics)
Chris Paul (Hornets)
Brandon Roy (Trail Blazers)
Yao Ming (Rockets)
Third Team
Carmelo Anthony (Nuggets)
Pau Gasol (Lakers)
Chauncey Billups (Pistons / Nuggets)
Tony Parker (Spurs)
2007-08 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Kevin Garnett (Celtics)
LeBron James (Cavaliers)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Chris Paul (Hornets)
Second Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Steve Nash (Suns)
Third Team
Paul Pierce (Celtics)
Tracy McGrady (Rockets)
Yao Ming (Rockets)
2006-07 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Steve Nash (Suns)
Second Team
Chris Bosh (Raptors)
LeBron James (Cavaliers)
Gilbert Arenas (Wizards)
Tracy McGrady (Rockets)
Yao Ming (Rockets)
Third Team
Carmelo Anthony (Nuggets)
Kevin Garnett (Timberwolves)
Dwyane Wade (Heat)
2005-06 All-NBA Teams
First Team
LeBron James (Cavaliers)
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Steve Nash (Suns)
Second Team
Elton Brand (Clippers)
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Dwyane Wade (Heat)
Ben Wallace (Pistons)
Third Team
Carmelo Anthony (Nuggets)
Gilbert Arenas (Wizards)
Yao Ming (Rockets)
2004-05 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Steve Nash (Suns)
Second Team
Kevin Garnett (Timberwolves)
LeBron James (Cavaliers)
Ray Allen (Supersonics)
Dwyane Wade (Heat)
Third Team
Tracy McGrady (Rockets)
Gilbert Arenas (Wizards)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Ben Wallace (Pistons)
2003-04 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Kevin Garnett (Timberwolves)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Jason Kidd (Nets)
Second Team
Sam Cassell (Timberwolves)
Ben Wallace (Pistons)
Third Team
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Metta World Peace (Pacers) (1)
Baron Davis (Hornets)
Michael Redd (Bucks)
Yao Ming (Rockets)
2002-03 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Kevin Garnett (Timberwolves)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Second Team
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Chris Webber (Kings)
Jason Kidd (Nets)
Ben Wallace (Pistons)
Third Team
Jamal Mashburn (Hornets)
Paul Pierce (Celtics)
Steve Nash (Mavericks)
2001-02 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Jason Kidd (Nets)
Second Team
Kevin Garnett (Timberwolves)
Chris Webber (Kings)
Gary Payton (Supersonics)
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Third Team
Ben Wallace (Pistons)
Steve Nash (Mavericks)
Paul Pierce (Celtics)
2000-01 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Vince Carter (Raptors)
Kevin Garnett (Timberwolves)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Dikembe Mutombo (Hawks / 76ers)
Third Team
Karl Malone (Jazz)
Dirk Nowitzki (Mavericks)
Ray Allen (Bucks)
Gary Payton (Supersonics)
1999-00 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Kevin Garnett (Timberwolves)
Jason Kidd (Suns)
Gary Payton (Supersonics)
Second Team
Grant Hill (Pistons)
Karl Malone (Jazz)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Third Team
Vince Carter (Raptors)
Chris Webber (Kings)
Eddie Jones (Hornets)
1998-99 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Grant Hill (Pistons)
Chris Webber (Kings)
Gary Payton (Supersonics)
Third Team
Kevin Garnett (Timberwolves)
Antonio McDyess (Nuggets)
Kobe Bryant (Lakers)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
1997-98 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Karl Malone (Jazz)
Gary Payton (Supersonics)
Second Team
Vin Baker (Supersonics)
Grant Hill (Pistons)
Rod Strickland (Wizards)
Third Team
Glen Rice (Hornets)
Reggie Miller (Pacers)
1996-97 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Grant Hill (Pistons)
Karl Malone (Jazz)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
Second Team
Glen Rice (Hornets)
Gary Payton (Supersonics)
Patrick Ewing (Knicks)
1995-96 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Grant Hill (Pistons)
Shawn Kemp (Supersonics)
Gary Payton (Supersonics)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
1994-95 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Shawn Kemp (Supersonics)
Gary Payton (Supersonics)
Third Team
Detlef Schrempf (Supersonics)
Clyde Drexler (Trail Blazers / Rockets)
Reggie Miller (Pacers)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
1993-94 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Shawn Kemp (Supersonics)
Third Team
Dominique Wilkins (Hawks / Clippers)
Gary Payton (Supersonics)
Mark Price (Cavaliers)
1992-93 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Karl Malone (Jazz)
Mark Price (Cavaliers)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
Second Team
Larry Johnson (Hornets)
Joe Dumars (Pistons)
Patrick Ewing (Knicks)
1991-92 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Karl Malone (Jazz)
Chris Mullin (Warriors)
Clyde Drexler (Trail Blazers)
Third Team
Dennis Rodman (Pistons)
Kevin Willis (Hawks)
Mark Price (Cavaliers)
Brad Daugherty (Cavaliers)
1990-91 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Chris Mullin (Warriors)
Clyde Drexler (Trail Blazers)
Patrick Ewing (Knicks)
Third Team
Bernard King (Bullets)
James Worthy (Lakers)
Joe Dumars (Pistons)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
1989-90 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Larry Bird (Celtics)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
Third Team
Chris Mullin (Warriors)
James Worthy (Lakers)
Clyde Drexler (Trail Blazers)
Joe Dumars (Pistons)
1988-89 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Chris Mullin (Warriors)
Patrick Ewing (Knicks)
Third Team
Dale Ellis (Supersonics)
Mark Price (Cavaliers)
Robert Parish (Celtics)
1987-88 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Larry Bird (Celtics)
Magic Johnson (Lakers)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
Second Team
Karl Malone (Jazz)
Clyde Drexler (Trail Blazers)
Patrick Ewing (Knicks)
1986-87 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Larry Bird (Celtics)
Kevin McHale (Celtics)
Magic Johnson (Lakers)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Rockets)
Second Team
Fat Lever (Nuggets)
Isiah Thomas (Pistons)
Moses Malone (Bullets)
1985-86 All-NBA Teams
1984-85 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Larry Bird (Celtics)
Bernard King (Knicks)
Magic Johnson (Lakers)
Isiah Thomas (Pistons)
Moses Malone (76ers)
1983-84 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Larry Bird (Celtics)
Bernard King (Knicks)
Magic Johnson (Lakers)
Isiah Thomas (Pistons)
Second Team
Jim Paxson (Trail Blazers)
Moses Malone (76ers)
1982-83 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Larry Bird (Celtics)
Magic Johnson (Lakers)
Moses Malone (76ers)
1981-82 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Larry Bird (Celtics)
Gus Williams (Supersonics)
Moses Malone (Rockets)
Second Team
Alex English (Nuggets)
Bernard King (Warriors)
Magic Johnson (Lakers)
Robert Parish (Celtics)
1980-81 All-NBA Teams
1979-80 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Dennis Johnson (Supersonics)
Gus Williams (Supersonics)
Moses Malone (Rockets)
1978-79 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elvin Hayes (Bullets)
Moses Malone (Rockets)
Second Team
Bob Dandridge (Bullets)
Phil Ford (Kings)
World B. Free (Clippers)
1977-78 All-NBA Teams
First Team
David Thompson (Nuggets)
Bill Walton (Trail Blazers)
Second Team
Maurice Lucas (Trail Blazers)
1976-77 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
Jo Jo White (Celtics)
Bill Walton (Trail Blazers)
1975-76 All-NBA Teams
Second Team
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Elvin Hayes (Bullets)
Phil Smith (Warriors)
Randy Smith (Braves)
Dave Cowens (Celtics)
1974-75 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Rick Barry (Warriors)
Elvin Hayes (Bullets)
Walt Frazier (Knicks)
Bob McAdoo (Braves)
Second Team
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Spencer Haywood (Supersonics)
Phil Chenier (Bullets)
Jo Jo White (Celtics)
Dave Cowens (Celtics)
1973-74 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Rick Barry (Warriors)
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Walt Frazier (Knicks)
Gail Goodrich (Lakers)
Second Team
Elvin Hayes (Bullets)
Spencer Haywood (Supersonics)
Dave Bing (Pistons)
Bob McAdoo (Braves)
1972-73 All-NBA Teams
First Team
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Spencer Haywood (Supersonics)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Second Team
Rick Barry (Warriors)
Elvin Hayes (Bullets)
Walt Frazier (Knicks)
Dave Cowens (Celtics)
1971-72 All-NBA Teams
First Team
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Spencer Haywood (Supersonics)
Walt Frazier (Knicks)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Second Team
Bob Love (Bulls)
Tiny Archibald (Royals)
Archie Clark (76ers / Bullets)
1970-71 All-NBA Teams
First Team
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Dave Bing (Pistons)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Second Team
Gus Johnson (Bullets)
Bob Love (Bulls)
Walt Frazier (Knicks)
Willis Reed (Knicks)
1969-70 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Walt Frazier (Knicks)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Willis Reed (Knicks)
Second Team
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Gus Johnson (Bullets)
Lou Hudson (Hawks)
1968-69 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Earl Monroe (Bullets)
Wes Unseld (Bullets)
Second Team
Dave DeBusschere (Pistons / Knicks)
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Hal Greer (76ers)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Willis Reed (Knicks)
1967-68 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Jerry Lucas (Royals)
Dave Bing (Pistons)
Second Team
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Willis Reed (Knicks)
Hal Greer (76ers)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
1966-67 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Rick Barry (Warriors)
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Second Team
Jerry Lucas (Royals)
Willis Reed (Knicks)
Hal Greer (76ers)
Sam Jones (Celtics)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
1965-66 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Rick Barry (Warriors)
Jerry Lucas (Royals)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Second Team
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Gus Johnson (Bullets)
Hal Greer (76ers)
Sam Jones (Celtics)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
1964-65 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Jerry Lucas (Royals)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
Second Team
Gus Johnson (Bullets)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Hal Greer (76ers)
Sam Jones (Celtics)
Wilt Chamberlain (Warriors / 76ers)
1963-64 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Wilt Chamberlain (Warriors)
Second Team
Tom Heinsohn (Celtics)
Jerry Lucas (Royals)
Hal Greer (76ers)
John Havlicek (Celtics)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
1962-63 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
Second Team
Tom Heinsohn (Celtics)
Bailey Howell (Pistons)
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Hal Greer (Nationals)
Wilt Chamberlain (Warriors)
1961-62 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Jerry West (Lakers)
Wilt Chamberlain (Warriors)
Second Team
Tom Heinsohn (Celtics)
Jack Twyman (Royals)
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Richie Guerin (Knicks)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
1960-61 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Wilt Chamberlain (Warriors)
Second Team
Tom Heinsohn (Celtics)
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
Larry Costello (Nationals)
Gene Shue (Pistons)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
1959-60 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Gene Shue (Pistons)
Wilt Chamberlain (Warriors)
Second Team
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
Jack Twyman (Royals)
Richie Guerin (Knicks)
Bill Sharman (Celtics)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
1958-59 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Elgin Baylor (Lakers)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Bill Sharman (Celtics)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
Second Team
Paul Arizin (Warriors)
Cliff Hagan (Hawks)
Richie Guerin (Knicks)
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
1957-58 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
George Yardley (Pistons)
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Bill Sharman (Celtics)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Second Team
Cliff Hagan (Hawks)
Maurice Stokes (Royals)
Tom Gola (Warriors)
Bill Russell (Celtics)
1956-57 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Paul Arizin (Warriors)
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Bill Sharman (Celtics)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Second Team
Maurice Stokes (Royals)
George Yardley (Pistons)
Dick Garmaker (Lakers)
Slater Martin (Knicks / Hawks)
Neil Johnston (Warriors)
1955-56 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Paul Arizin (Warriors)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Bill Sharman (Celtics)
Neil Johnston (Warriors)
Second Team
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
Maurice Stokes (Royals)
Jack George (Warriors)
Slater Martin (Lakers)
1954-55 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Larry Foust (Pistons)
Neil Johnston (Warriors)
Bob Pettit (Hawks)
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
Second Team
Harry Gallatin (Knicks)
Slater Martin (Lakers)
Vern Mikkelsen (Lakers)
Paul Seymour (Nationals)
Bill Sharman (Celtics)
1953-54 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Harry Gallatin (Knicks)
Neil Johnston (Warriors)
George Mikan (Lakers)
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
Second Team
Carl Braun (Knicks)
Ed Macauley (Celtics)
Jim Pollard (Lakers)
Paul Seymour (Nationals)
Bobby Wanzer (Royals)
1952-53 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Neil Johnston (Warriors)
Ed Macauley (Celtics)
George Mikan (Lakers)
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
Second Team
Bob Davies (Royals)
Vern Mikkelsen (Lakers)
Bill Sharman (Celtics)
Bobby Wanzer (Royals)
1951-52 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Paul Arizin (Warriors)
Bob Cousy (Celtics)
Ed Macauley (Celtics)
George Mikan (Lakers)
Bob Davies (Royals) (tie)
Dolph Schayes (Nationals) (tie)
Second Team
Larry Foust (Pistons)
Vern Mikkelsen (Lakers)
Andy Phillip (Warriors)
Jim Pollard (Lakers)
Bobby Wanzer (Royals)
1950-51 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Ralph Beard (Olympians)
Bob Davies (Royals)
Alex Groza (Olympians)
Ed Macauley (Celtics)
George Mikan (Lakers)
Second Team
Frankie Brian (Blackhawks)
Joe Fulks (Warriors)
Dick McGuire (Knicks)
Vern Mikkelsen (Lakers)
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
1949-50 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Bob Davies (Royals)
Alex Groza (Olympians)
George Mikan (Lakers)
Jim Pollard (Lakers)
Second Team
Ralph Beard (Olympians)
Frankie Brian (Packers)
Al Cervi (Nationals)
Fred Schaus (Pistons)
Dolph Schayes (Nationals)
1948-49 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Bob Davies (Royals)
Joe Fulks (Warriors)
George Mikan (Lakers)
Jim Pollard (Lakers)
Second Team
Bob Feerick (Capitols)
John Logan (Bombers)
Bones McKinney (Capitols)
Arnie Risen (Royals)
Kenny Sailors (Steam Rollers)
1947-48 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Howie Dallmar (Warriors)
Bob Feerick (Capitols)
Joe Fulks (Warriors)
Ed Sadowski (Celtics)
Second Team
Carl Braun (Knicks)
Buddy Jeannette (Bullets (1st))
John Logan (Bombers)
Stan Miasek (Stags)
Fred Scolari (Capitols)
1946-47 All-NBA Teams
First Team
Bob Feerick (Capitols)
Joe Fulks (Warriors)
Bones McKinney (Capitols)
Stan Miasek (Falcons)
Second Team
Ernie Calverley (Steam Rollers)
John Logan (Bombers)
Fred Scolari (Capitols)

(1) His name then was Ron Artest. He changed it to Metta World Peace after the 2010-11 season.
(2) His name then was Lew Alcindor. He changed it to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar after the 1970-71 season.