The All-NBA teams for the 2022-23 season were announced during Wednesday’s TNT broadcast.

Recently crowned MVP Joel Embiid nabbed a first-team selection at the center spot, relegating Nikola Jokic to the second unit. Jokic earned a first-team nod and the MVP title in each of the previous two seasons.

This is the final year the league will opt for position-based All-NBA teams.

All-NBA 1st team

G Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Thunder 1
G Luka Doncic Mavericks 4
F Jayson Tatum Celtics 3
F Giannis Antetokounmpo Bucks 7
C Joel Embiid Sixers 5

Giannis Antetokounmpo recorded his fifth straight appearance on the top unit, with Jayson Tatum joining him as a first-team forward for the second consecutive year.

Guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander jumped straight to the top unit in his All-NBA debut. Gilgeous-Alexander averaged a career-high 31.4 points for the Oklahoma City Thunder this season, the fourth-best mark in the league. He also finished second in voting for the Most Improved Player award.

All-NBA 2nd team

G Donovan Mitchell Cavaliers 1
G Steph Curry Warriors 9
F Jaylen Brown Celtics 1
F Jimmy Butler Heat 5
C Nikola Jokic Nuggets 5

Donovan Mitchell makes his All-NBA debut after leading the Cleveland Cavaliers back to the playoffs in his first year with them. Mitchell notched a 71-point game and averaged a career-high 28.3 points this season, showing why the Cavaliers gave up multiple first-round picks and players to land him.

Jaylen Brown’s first appearance has major implications for the Boston Celtics’ future. Brown is now super-max eligible, meaning the Celtics can offer him a five-year, $295-million extension this offseason, according to ESPN’s Bobby Marks.

All-NBA 3rd team

G De’Aaron Fox Kings 1
G Damian Lillard Trail Blazers 7
F LeBron James Lakers 19
F Julius Randle Knicks 2
C Domantas Sabonis Kings 1

Two Sacramento Kings stars, De’Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis, earned their first selection after the club made its first playoff appearance since 2006. The Kings were all over awards ballots this campaign, with Fox named Clutch Player of the Year, Mike Brown winning Coach of the Year, and Keegan Murray earning All-Rookie honors.

LeBron James’ 19th All-NBA appearance adds to his record number. No other player has garnered more than 15 All-NBA selections.

A panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters voted on the All-NBA teams.

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