Biggest Snubs of 2013 NBA All-NBA First, Second and Third Teams

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Biggest Snubs of 2013 NBA All-NBA First, Second and Third Teams
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The All-NBA ballots have been cast and, as usual, there were a few mistakes.

Every year, players who seemingly deserve to be recognized fall short of making the cut for any of the three All-NBA teams or aren't given enough credit. Why? Because it's considered unavoidable. 

In some cases, there is no side-stepping any snubs or mishaps. The NBA is awash with superior talent and the league can't pay homage to everyone. That would defeat the purpose.

Still, that doesn't change what we know. And what we know is there is always a handful of errant decisions that stick out. This year proved to be no exception.

LeBron James and Kevin Durant earned All-NBA First Team honors, so the voters got at least two things right. Were they as accurate in their assessment of the rest?

Our latest batch of oversights suggest no. 


*All stats from this article were compiled from Basketball-Reference and unless otherwise attributed.

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