Los Angeles Lakers “The King” LeBron James and Greek Giannis Antetokounmpo, who is brilliant in the Milwaukee Bucks, were chosen unanimously as part of the NBA’s first-team squad, according to the League.
James, a four-time League Player of the Year, set a record by being selected for the 16th time in the best squad in the league.
On the other hand, Antitokounembo, who has crowned the best player in the league last season, was chosen for the fourth time in the best squad in the league.
James and Antitokunembo unanimously won all the first-team nominations for a hundred ballot papers and collected 500 points each. Note that the vote is taken by a group of sports journalists from the United States of America and Canada.
The first team included, along with James Antitokunembo, Houston Rockets player James Harden (474 points), fellow Lakers “The King” Anthony Davis (455), and Slovenian Luka Doncic from the Dallas Mavericks (416).