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Bleacher Report's Official All-NBA Teams
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It shouldn't come as a surprise that LeBron James made one of B/R's All-NBA teams. Who else made the cut?

Throughout the 2012-13 NBA season, over 500 different players have suited up for the 30 teams across the Association. Only 15 of them have the honor of being selected to Bleacher Report's official All-NBA teams. 

Talk about a select group. 

A talented cast of B/R writers and editors filled out ballots with their first-team, second-team and third-team selections, and the results are presented here, along with comparisons to both my personal ballot and B/R's preseason predictions.

Players received three points for a first-team selection, two for a second-team nod and one for a third-team pick. The two guards, two forwards and one center with the highest totals earned top honors. Each of the remaining teams was formed in the same vein. 

Remember, distinctions between point guards and shooting guards don't matter for All-NBA teams, and neither does the difference between a small forward and power forward. 

So, who's on your ballot? 

 

Voters: Haddon Anderson, Zachary Arthur, Mathias Ask, Ross Bentley, Roy Burton, Simon Cherin-Gordon, Ryan Clutter, Josh Cohen, Kenny DeJohn, John Dorn, Stephen Fenech, Tom Firme, Ricky Frech, Adam Fromal, Jeff Glauser, Ciaran Gowan, Sean Hojnacki, Justin Hussong, Garrett Jochnau, Nick Juskewycz, Ehran Khan, Andrew Kipp, Ben Leibowitz, Dave Leonardis, Andy Liu, Andrew Montero, Jonathan Munshaw, Alec Nathan, Ethan Norof, Daniel O'Brien, Maxwell Ogden, James Pearson, Luke Petkac, Michael Pina, Sloan Piva, J.M. Poulard, Grant Rindner, Jordan Rodewald, Howard Ruben, Kelly Scaletta, Bryan Toporek, Mike Walsh, Marshall Zweig

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