The Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers were well represented this year on the All-NBA team, with a number of L.A. finest getting on both the first and second teams.
Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, Kevin Durant, Lebron James and Dwight Howard make up the first team, while Andrew Bynum, Blake Griffin, Kevin Love, Russell Westbrook and Tony Parker make up the second.
Dirk Nowitzki, Tyson Chandler, Dwayne Wade, Rajon Rondo and Carmelo Anthony made up the third team.
This is the seventh straight season that Kobe has made the first-team on the All-NBA squad, also becoming the active leader for first-team honors with 10 in his career. Karl Malone is the all-time leader with 11.
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