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LeBron James All-NBA Entry Teams Again, same as Three Legendary Players

Greeget.com. LeBron James All-NBA Entry Teams Again, same as Three Legendary Players. LeBron James is not an ordinary name. He has proven it for 16 years. James is one of the best NBA players of all time.

He is level with legendary players such as Kobe Bryant, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Tim Duncan in terms of the number of All-NBA Teams.

The NBA has announced the names of the 2018-2019 All-NBA Teams on Thursday, May 23, 2019 local time. James entered the All-NBA Third Teams.

James has 15 times entered one of the elite ranks. That number is the same as the achievements of Bryant, Abdul-Jabbar, and Duncan. The King and the three legendary players are the players with the highest number of All-NBA Teams in NBA history.

James entered the elite ranks of the Teams All-NBA for the first time in 2005. At that time he was selected as one of the All-NBA Second Team players. James then went up in status in 2006. He began to enter the All-NBA First Team ranks.

A year later, James was re-elected as the All-NBA Second Team player. It was his last title in the second team. Because, afterwards, James always entered the ranks of the first team. He was selected as the All-NBA First Team for 11 consecutive years (2008-2018).

The player who is now defending the Los Angeles Lakers was again chosen as the All-NBA Teams after a brilliant performance in 2018-2019. He scored an average of 27.4 points, 8.5 rebounds and 8.3 assists. That acquisition made him the only player this season to score at least 27 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists per match.

In addition, the King also succeeded in passing the achievements of Michael Jordan in 2018-2019. He rose to fourth in terms of the most points of all time. He is a productive point machine. James even extended his double record consecutive digit points to 928 times.

In Lakers history, James became the 19th player to receive the All-NBA Teams title. The Los Angeles team finally has another elite caliber player after missing since 2013. Kobe Bryant (All-NBA First Team) and Dwight Howard (All-NBA Third Teams) are the last Lakers to enter the elite ranks.

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