All-NBA Team


All-NBA Team

The All-NBA Team is an annual National Basketball Association (NBA) honor bestowed on the best players in the league following every NBA season. The voting is conducted by a panel of sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada. (2) || Milwaukee Bucks ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Willis Reed* (5) || New York Knicks
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Jerry West* (10) || Los Angeles Lakers ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Walt Frazier* (2) || New York Knicks
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Dave Bing* (2) || Detroit Pistons ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Oscar Robertson* (11) || Milwaukee Bucks
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rowspan=5| 1971–72
bgcolor="#FFFF99"| John Havlicek* (7) || Boston Celtics || Bob Love (2) || Chicago Bulls ||rowspan=5 colspan=3 align=center| No third team
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Spencer Haywood || Seattle SuperSonics ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Billy Cunningham* (4) || Philadelphia 76ers
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Kareem Abdul-Jabbar* (5) || Milwaukee Bucks ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Bob McAdoo* || Buffalo Braves
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Walt Frazier* (5) || New York Knicks ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Dave Bing* (3) || Detroit Pistons
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Gail Goodrich* || Los Angeles Lakers || Norm Van Lier || Chicago Bulls
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rowspan=5| 1974–75
bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Rick Barry* (5) || Golden State Warriors ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| John Havlicek* (10) || Boston Celtics ||rowspan=5 colspan=3 align=center| No third team
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Elvin Hayes* (3) || Washington Bullets || Spencer Haywood (4) || Seattle SuperSonics
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Bob McAdoo* (2) || Buffalo Braves ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Dave Cowens* (2) || Boston Celtics
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Nate Archibald* (3) || Kansas City-Omaha Kings || Phil Chenier || Washington Bullets
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Walt Frazier* (6) || New York Knicks || Jo Jo White || Boston Celtics
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rowspan=5| 1975–76
bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Rick Barry* (6) || Golden State Warriors ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Elvin Hayes* (4) || Washington Bullets ||rowspan=5 colspan=3 align=center| No third team
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George McGinnis || Philadelphia 76ers ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| John Havlicek* (11) || Boston Celtics
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Kareem Abdul-Jabbar* (8) || Los Angeles Lakers
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| George Gervin* (2) || San Antonio Spurs || Paul Westphal (2) || Phoenix Suns
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| David Thompson* (2) || Denver Nuggets ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Pete Maravich* (3) || New Orleans Jazz
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rowspan=5| 1978–79
Marques Johnson || Milwaukee Bucks || Walter Davis (2) || Phoenix Suns ||rowspan=5 colspan=3 align=center| No third team
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Elvin Hayes* (6) || Washington Bullets || Bobby Dandridge || Washington Bullets
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Moses Malone* || Houston Rockets ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Kareem Abdul-Jabbar* (11) || Los Angeles Lakers ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Moses Malone* (3) || Houston Rockets
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| George Gervin* (5) || San Antonio Spurs || Otis Birdsong || Kansas City Kings
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Dennis Johnson (2) || Phoenix Suns ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Nate Archibald* (5) || Boston Celtics
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rowspan=5| 1981–82
bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Larry Bird* (3) || Boston Celtics ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Alex English* || Denver Nuggets ||rowspan=5 colspan=3 align=center| No third team
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Julius Erving* (5) || Philadelphia 76ers || Bernard King || Golden State Warriors
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Moses Malone* (4) || Houston Rockets ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Robert Parish* || Boston Celtics
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| George Gervin* (6) || San Antonio Spurs ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Magic Johnson* || Los Angeles Lakers
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Gus Williams (2) || Seattle SuperSonics || Sidney Moncrief || Milwaukee Bucks
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rowspan=5| 1982–83
bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Larry Bird* (4) || Boston Celtics ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Alex English* (2) || Denver Nuggets ||rowspan=5 colspan=3 align=center| No third team
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Julius Erving* (6) || Philadelphia 76ers || Buck Williams || New Jersey Nets
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Moses Malone* (5) || Philadelphia 76ers ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Kareem Abdul-Jabbar* (14) || Los Angeles Lakers
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Magic Johnson* (4) || Los Angeles Lakers || Michael Jordan || Chicago Bulls
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Isiah Thomas* (3) || Detroit Pistons || Sidney Moncrief (4) || Milwaukee Bucks
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rowspan=5| 1985–86
bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Larry Bird* (7) || Boston Celtics ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Charles Barkley* || Philadelphia 76ers ||rowspan=5 colspan=3 align=center| No third team
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Dominique Wilkins* || Atlanta Hawks ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Alex English* (3) || Denver Nuggets
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Kareem Abdul-Jabbar* || Houston Rockets ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Moses Malone* (8) || Washington Bullets
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Magic Johnson* (5) || Los Angeles Lakers ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Isiah Thomas* (5) || Detroit Pistons
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Michael Jordan (2) || Chicago Bulls || Lafayette Lever || Denver Nuggets
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rowspan=5| 1987–88
bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Larry Bird* (9) || Boston Celtics || Karl Malone || Utah Jazz ||rowspan=5 colspan=3 align=center| No third team
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Charles Barkley* (3) || Philadelphia 76ers ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Dominique Wilkins* (3) || Atlanta Hawks
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Akeem Olajuwon* (3) || Houston Rockets ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Patrick Ewing* (2) || Houston Rockets || David Robinson || San Antonio Spurs
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Magic Johnson* (8) || Los Angeles Lakers || John Stockton (3) || Utah Jazz ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Clyde Drexler* (2) || Portland Trail Blazers
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Michael Jordan (5) || Chicago Bulls || Kevin Johnson (2) || Phoenix Suns ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Joe Dumars* || Detroit Pistons
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rowspan=5| 1990–91
Karl Malone (4) || Utah Jazz ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Dominique Wilkins* (5) || Atlanta Hawks ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| James Worthy* (2) || Los Angeles Lakers
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Charles Barkley* (6) || Philadelphia 76ers || Chris Mullin (3) || Golden State Warriors || Bernard King (4) || Washington Bullets
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David Robinson (2) || San Antonio Spurs ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Patrick Ewing* (4) || New York Knicks || Brad Daugherty || Cleveland Cavaliers
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Michael Jordan (7) || Chicago Bulls || Tim Hardaway || Golden State Warriors || Mark Price (2) || Cleveland Cavaliers
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Clyde Drexler* (4) || Portland Trail Blazers || John Stockton (5) || Utah Jazz || Kevin Johnson (4) || Phoenix Suns
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rowspan=5| 1992–93
bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Charles Barkley* (8) || Phoenix Suns ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Dominique Wilkins* (6) || Atlanta Hawks || Scottie Pippen (2) || Chicago Bulls
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Karl Malone (6) || Utah Jazz || Larry Johnson || Charlotte Hornets || Derrick Coleman || New Jersey Nets
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Hakeem Olajuwon* (7) || New Jersey Nets
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rowspan=5| 1993–94
Scottie Pippen (3) || Chicago Bulls || Shawn Kemp || Seattle SuperSonics || Derrick Coleman (2) || New Jersey Nets
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Karl Malone (7) || Utah Jazz ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Charles Barkley* (9) || Phoenix Suns ||bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Dominique Wilkins* (7) || Los Angeles Clippers
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Hakeem Olajuwon* (8) || Houston Rockets ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Shaquille O'Neal† (3) || Orlando Magic
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Michael Jordan (9) || Chicago Bulls || Gary Payton (3) || Seattle SuperSonics || Mitch Richmond (3) || Sacramento Kings
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Penny Hardaway (2) || Orlando Magic || John Stockton (9) || Utah Jazz || Reggie Miller (2) || Indiana Pacers
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rowspan=5| 1996–97
Karl Malone (10) || Utah Jazz || Scottie Pippen (6) || Chicago Bulls || Anthony Mason || Charlotte Hornets
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Grant Hill† (2) || Detroit Pistons || Glen Rice || Charlotte Hornets || Vin Baker || Milwaukee Bucks
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bgcolor="#FFFF99"| Hakeem Olajuwon* (11) || San Antonio Spurs || Vin Baker (2) || Seattle SuperSonics || Glen Rice (2) || Charlotte Hornets
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Shaquille O'Neal† (5) || Los Angeles Lakers || David Robinson (8) || San Antonio Spurs ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Dikembe Mutombo† || Houston Rockets
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Allen Iverson† || Philadelphia 76ers || Gary Payton (6) || Seattle SuperSonics ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Kobe Bryant† || Los Angeles Lakers
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Jason Kidd† || Phoenix Suns || Tim Hardaway (5) || Miami Heat || John Stockton (11) || Utah Jazz
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rowspan=5| 1999–00
bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Tim Duncan† (3) || Dallas Mavericks
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Shaquille O'Neal† (8) || Los Angeles Lakers ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Dikembe Mutombo† (2) || Dallas Mavericks ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Dikembe Mutombo† (3) || San Antonio Spurs ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Dirk Nowitzki† (3) || Dallas Mavericks
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Tim Duncan† (7) || Houston Rockets
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Kobe Bryant† (6) || Los Angeles Lakers ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Sam Cassell† || Minnesota Timberwolves ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Michael Redd† || Milwaukee Bucks
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Jason Kidd† (6) || New Jersey Nets ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Tracy McGrady† (4) || Orlando Magic ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Baron Davis† || New Orleans Hornets
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rowspan=5| 2004–05
bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Tim Duncan† (8) || Phoenix Suns ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Ray Allen† || Seattle SuperSonics ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Gilbert Arenas† || Washington Wizards
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rowspan=5| 2005–06
bgcolor="#CFECEC"| LeBron James† (2) || Cleveland Cavaliers ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Elton Brand† || Los Angeles Clippers ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Shawn Marion† (2) || Phoenix Suns
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Dirk Nowitzki† (6) || Houston Rockets
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Kobe Bryant† (8) || Los Angeles Lakers ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Chauncey Billups† || Detroit Pistons ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Allen Iverson† (7) || Philadelphia 76ers
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Steve Nash† (4) || San Antonio Spurs ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Chris Bosh† || Toronto Raptors ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Carmelo Anthony† (2) || Denver Nuggets
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Amare Stoudemire† (2) || Phoenix Suns ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Yao Ming† (3) || Dallas Mavericks ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Carlos Boozer† || Utah Jazz
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| LeBron James† (4) || Cleveland Cavaliers ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Tim Duncan† (11) || Phoenix Suns ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Tracy McGrady† (7) || Houston Rockets
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bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Chris Paul† || New Orleans Hornets ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Deron Williams† || Utah Jazz ||bgcolor="#CFECEC"| Manu Ginóbili† The Most Valuable Player award was first established in 1956.
*note label|Note3|c|c Before the 1971–72 season, Lew Alcindor converted to Islam and changed his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, which means "noble, powerful servant" in Arabic. [cite web |url=http://www.nba.com/history/players/abduljabbar_bio.html |title=Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Bio |accessdate=2008-08-04 |publisher=NBA.com ]
*note label|Note4|d|d Hakeem Olajuwon was born in Nigeria, but became a naturalized United States citizen in 1993. When he arrived in the United States, the University of Houston incorrectly spelled his first name "Akeem". Olajuwon used that spelling until March 9, 1991, when he announced that he would add an H. According to Olajuwon, "Hakeem" means "wise man" in Arabic, while "Akeem" has no meaning. [cite web |url=http://www.nba.com/playerfile/hakeem_olajuwon/bio.html |title=Hakeem Olajuwon Bio: 1992-93 |accessdate=2008-06-15 |publisher=NBA.com ] [cite news| first=Chris |last=Dufresne |title= Hakeem Still Can Be Called 'the Dream' |work= Los Angeles Times |page= 2 |date= 1991-03-11]
*note label|Note5|e|e Patrick Ewing was born in Jamaica, but had become a naturalized United States citizen while at Georgetown. [cite web |url=http://vault.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1119034/3/index.htm |title=The Master Of The Key: After years of relying on others to unlock doors for him, Georgetown's center Patrick Ewing will soon go off on his own |accessdate=2008-06-16 |publisher="Sports Illustrated" |author=Ralph Wiley |date=1985-01-07 ] He represented the United States at the 1984 Summer Olympics. [cite web |url=http://www.usabasketball.com/news.php?news_page=men_alpha_E |title=All-Time USA Basketball Men's Roster: E |accessdate=2008-07-13 |publisher=USA Basketball ]
*note label|Note6|f|f Dražen Petrović was born in Croatia.cite web|url=http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/p/petrodr01.html|title=Drazen Petrovic|publisher=basketball-reference.com|accessdate=2008-08-28]
*note label|Note7|g|g Because Tim Duncan is a United States citizen by birth, as are all natives of the U.S. Virgin Islands, [cite web |url=https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/vq.html |title=Virgin Islands |accessdate=2008-08-12 |publisher=CIA World Factbook ] he was able to play for the U.S. internationally. [cite web |url=http://www.usabasketball.com/news.php?news_page=men_alpha_D |title=All-Time USA Basketball Men's Roster: D |accessdate=2008-06-16 |publisher=USA Basketball ]
*note label|Note8|h|h Dikembe Mutombo was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.cite web|url=http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/m/mutomdi01.html|title=Dikembe Mutombo|publisher=basketball-reference.com|accessdate=2008-08-28]
*note label|Note9|i|i Dirk Nowitzki was born in Germany.cite web|url=http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/n/nowitdi01.html|title=Dirk Nowitzki|publisher=basketball-reference.com|accessdate=2008-08-28]
*note label|Note10|j|j Steve Nash was born in South Africa, but grew up in Canada.cite web|url=http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/n/nashst01.html|title=Steve Nash|publisher=basketball-reference.com|accessdate=2008-08-28]
*note label|Note11|k|k Peja Stojaković was born in Croatia, but moved to Serbia in 1991. He also held a Greek citizenship and permanent resident status in U.S. [cite web|url=http://www.nba.com/hornets/news/hotseat_2may2007.html|title=Hornets Hot Seat: Peja Stojakovic|date=2007-05-02|publisher=nba.com/hornets|accessdate=2008-08-28]
*note label|Note12|l|l Yao Ming was born in China.cite web|url=http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/m/mingya01.html|title=Yao Ming|publisher=basketball-reference.com|accessdate=2008-08-28]
*note label|Note13|m|m Manu Ginóbili was born in Argentina.cite web|url=http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/g/ginobma01.html|title=Manu Ginobili|publisher=basketball-reference.com|accessdate=2008-08-28]

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*cite web|url=http://www.nba.com/history/awards_allnba|title=All-NBA Teams|publisher=NBA.com|accessdate=2008-08-07
*cite web|url=http://www.basketball-reference.com/awards/all_league.html|title=All-NBA and All-ABA Teams|publisher=basketball-reference.com|accessdate=2008-08-07

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