All-NBA Teams announced
Duncan named first team All-NBA
Duncan named first team All-NBA

Posted May 8, 2003


NBA Most Valuable Player Tim Duncan headlined the All-NBA first team as he became just the sixth player in NBA history to make the All-NBA First Team in each of his first six seasons. He was joined by Minnesota's Kevin Garnett, Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal of the Los Angeles Lakers and NBA scoring champion Tracy McGrady from Orlando. The following is a look at the All-NBA first, second and third teams.

ALL- NBA FIRST TEAM

Player

Team

Position

Kobe Bryant

L.A. Lakers

G

Tracy McGrady

Orlando

G

Shaquille O'Neal

L.A. Lakers

C

Tim Duncan

San Antonio

F

Kevin Garnett

Minnesota

F

ALL- NBA SECOND TEAM

Player

Team

Points

Jason Kidd

New Jersey

G

Allen Iverson

Philadelphia

G

Ben Wallace

Detroit

C

Dirk Nowitzki

Dallas

F

Chris Webber

Sacramento

F

ALL- NBA THIRD TEAM

Stephon Marbury

Phoenix

G

Steve Nash

Dallas

G

Jermaine O'Neal

Indiana

F/C

Paul Pierce

Boston

G/F

Jamal Mashburn

New Orleans

F



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