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Most All-NBA Team Selections By Franchise: Los Angeles Lakers Have Nearly 100 Selections

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Most All-NBA Team Selections By Franchise: Los Angeles Lakers Have Nearly 100 Selections

The All-NBA Team is an honor given to the best NBA players in the league following the end of the season. From 1946 to 1988, the All-NBA Team was condensed to two teams of a five-man lineup. Since 1988, the list has been stretched to three teams, which features All-NBA First Team, All-NBA Second Team, and All-NBA Third Team.

Since 1956, the voters have selected two guards, two forwards, and one center. Some have called out the league to get rid of the positions and choose strictly the players, but this has been a tradition for decades. LeBron James owns the most selections with 17, while Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kobe Bryant, and Tim Duncan all are tied with 15. While these players were great, how much of their success helped their overall team numbers?

Some teams have historically had more players finish as the game’s best. For these players, they helped their team rack up All-NBA selections. Which team has the most? Let’s take a look at the All-NBA selections by teams from least to greatest.


Memphis Grizzlies - 3

2 - Marc Gasol (2013, 2015)

1 - Zach Randolph (2011)

The Grizzlies are not as old as other franchises, so we can give them some slack. The team was not starting to compete at a higher level until the 2010s. Marc Gasol won a Defensive Player of the Year Award while leading the team to the Conference Finals in 2013 with his teammate Zach Randolph. Mike Conley Jr. never made an appearance despite finishing as the all-time leading scorer. For now, the team has a superstar in Ja Morant, who should make his first ALl-NBA Team this season.


Charlotte Hornets - 7

2 - Glen Rice (1997-1998)

1 - Kemba Walker (2019)

1 - Al Jefferson (2014)

1 - Eddie Jones (2000)

1 - Anthony Mason (1997)

1 - Larry Johnson (1993)

Only one player in team history has ever made the All-NBA Team two times while wearing a Hornets uniform. Glen Rice made back-to-back selections in the late 90s. After Eddie Jones made the team in 2000, just two players have made it in Al Jefferson and Kemba Walker. As for Walker, he finished his career as the all-time leading scorer.


Toronto Raptors - 8

2 - DeMar DeRozan (2017-2018)

2 - Vince Carter (2000-2001)

1 - Pascal Siakam (2020)

1 - Kawhi Leonard (2019)

1 - Kyle Lowry (2016)

1 - Chris Bosh (2007)

Before the mid-2010s, Vince Carter and Chris Bosh were heralded as the greatest players in team history. The Raptors remain a fairly young franchise, but the list of talent is not long. With that said, DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry helped this team rise to the top. Kawhi Leonard teamed up with Lowry and Pascal Siakam to deliver the 2019 championship. Bosh left the franchise as the all-time leading scorer and ultimately won a championship somewhere else. The quantity might be low, but the quality is super high.


New Orleans Pelicans - 8

3 - Anthony Davis (2015, 2017-2018)

3 - Chris Paul (2008-2009, 2011)

1 - Baron Davis (2004)

1 - Jamal Mashburn (2003)

It’s sort of disheartening when looking at this list. Chris Paul and Anthony Davis are both tied at the top with three. Both players grew frustrated with not contending and left and eventually played in the NBA Finals with other teams. Now, the team is waiting and wondering if Zion Williamson will ever be a part of this list.


Brooklyn Nets - 9

3 - Jason Kidd (2002-2004)

2 - Derrick Coleman (1993-1994)

1 - Kyrie Irving (2021)

1 - Stephon Marbury (2000)

1 - Drazen Petrovic (1993)

1 - Buck Williams (1983)

The Nets have only six players in team history that have ever made an All-NBA Team. The team had a long drought of an appearance before Kyrie Irving’s selection last season. Before Irving was selected, the team hadn’t seen a player on the list since Jason Kidd in 2004. With Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Ben Simmons in the future, you would think that this list would grow, but we will have to see what happens later in the year.


Indiana Pacers - 11

3 - Paul George (2013-2014, 2016)

3 - Jermaine O’Neal (2002-2004)

3 - Reggie Miller (1995-1996, 1998)

1 - Victor Oladipo (2018)

1 - Metta Sandiford-Artest (2004)

Reggie Miller was the first player to make All-NBA in team history. Miller is the only player on this list to lead the team to the NBA Finals. Jermaine O’Neal and Paul George both got close to leading their respective teams but came up short. Given what the Pacers have on their roster now, it could be a while before we see a new player join this list.


Minnesota Timberwolves - 13

8 - Kevin Garnett (1999-2005, 2007)

2 - Kevin Love (2012, 2014)

1 - Karl-Anthony Towns (2018)

1 - Jimmy Butler (2018)

1 - Sam Cassell (2004)

At one point, Kevin Garnett was compiling this list by himself. Before the 2011-2012 season, Garnett and Sam Cassell were the only selections ever. Since then, the team has seen Kevin Love, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Jimmy Butler make their appearances. The tandem of Towns and Butler made it together in 2018 when the team made the playoffs for the first time in 14 years. Pending where the team finishes this season, Towns could be in contention to make his second All-NBA squad.


Denver Nuggets - 14

4 - Carmelo Anthony (2006-2007, 2009-2010)

3 - Nikola Jokic (2019-2021)

3 - Alex English (1982-1983, 1986)

2 - David Thompson (1977-1978)

1 - Antonio McDyess (1999)

1 - Fat Lever (1987)

Assuming Jokic doesn’t get injured, he is on pace to tie Carmelo Anthony for the most All-NBA selections in team history. Jokic, the 2021 MVP, is one pace to be the greatest player in Nuggets history and he is still in his prime. Jokic is going to work his way up the franchise leaderboard. Now, he just needs to win that championship.


Cleveland Cavaliers - 16

10 - LeBron James (2005-2010, 2015-2018)

4 - Mark Price (1989, 1992-1994)

1 - Kyrie Irving (2015)

1 - Brad Daughtery (1992)

LeBron James owns 10 of the team’s 16 appearances on the list. There is a reason that he is considered one of the best players ever. His dominance included making the NBA Finals five times with the team. Outside of LeBron, Mark Price made four selections in the 90s, while Kyrie Irving made an All-NBA Team in his first season paired with LeBron.


Dallas Mavericks - 16

12 - Dirk Nowitzki (2001-2012)

2 - Luka Doncic (2020-2021)

2 - Steve Nash (2002-2003)

Imagine if Luka Doncic goes on a similar run that Dirk Nowitzki did in his career. If Doncic can make 12 All-NBA Teams like Nowitzki, the Mavericks would have 26 selections with 24 coming from two players assuming nobody else made it. There are only three players ever in team history to make All-NBA, but they could all three be Hall of Famers one day.


Orlando Magic - 17

6 - Dwight Howard (2007-2012)

5 - Tracy McGrady (2001-2005)

3 - Penny Hardaway (1995-1997)

3 - Shaquille O’Neal (1994-1996)

The Magic have a fairly high amount of selections for a franchise with only four players making All-NBA. It all started with the combination of Penny Hardaway and Shaquille O’Neal in the 90s. Then, Tracy McGrady kept the team in contention, sometimes all by himself. After Dwight Howard’s legendary run as the game’s best center from 2007 to 2012, the Magic has run out. It will officially be 10 years this season that the Magic has not seen one of their players make All-NBA.


Portland Trail Blazers - 19

6 - Damian Lillard (2014, 2016, 2018-2021)

4 - Clyde Drexler (1988, 1990-1992)

3 - LaMarcus Aldridge (2011, 2014-2015)

2 - Brandon Roy (2009-2010)

2 - Bill Walton (1977-1978)

1 - Jim Paxson (1984)

1 - Maurice Lucas (1978)

The Trail Blazers have never had a player like Damian Lillard. His franchise-leading six All-NBA selections prove that. Clyde Drexler and Bill Walton are both in consideration for the greatest player in team history, but Lillard has done a lot more with less. The only debated thing that is talked about is how many selections Brandon Roy could have received if injuries didn’t derail his career.


Los Angeles Clippers - 21

5 - Chris Paul (2012-2016)

4 - Blake Griffin (2012-2015)

3 - DeAndre Jordan (2015, 2016, 2017)

2 - Kawhi Leonard (2020-2021)

2 - Bob McAdoo (1974-1975)

1 - Paul George (2021)

1 - Elton Brand (2006)

1 - Dominique Wilkins (1994)

1 - World B. Free (1979)

1 - Randy Smith (1976)

Looking back, fans might have taken “Lob City” for granted. The combination of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan make up 12 of the team’s 21 selections. The middle years of the 2010s were electrifying, especially for a franchise that didn’t have nearly as much success as their Lakers counterparts. With Kawhi Leonard and Paul George on the team for the foreseeable future, both could see their names leading or near the top by the time they are done playing.


Miami Heat - 21

8 - Dwyane Wade (2005-2013)

4 - LeBron James (2011-2014)

3 - Tim Hardway (1997-1999)

2 - Jimmy Butler (2020-2021)

2 - Shaquille O’Neal (2005-2006)

2 - Alonzo Mourning (1999-2000)

Is there a better player to ever wear a Heat uniform than Dwyane Wade? Not only does Wade own nearly every major record in team history, but he also owns the most All-NBA selections in franchise history as well. Right behind him was his running mate LeBron James, the two-time Finals MVP for Miami. The combination of Wade and LeBron remains one of the best pairs of teammates in league history.


Washington Wizards - 25

6 - Elvin Hayes (1973-1977, 1979)

4 - Gus Johnson (1965-1966, 1970-1971)

3 - Gilbert Arenas (2005, 2006, 2007)

1 - Bradley Beal (2021)

1 - John Wall (2017)

1 - Rob Strickland (1998)

1 - Juwan Howard (1996)

1 - Bernard King (1991)

1 - Moses Malone (1987)

1 - Bob Dandridge (1979)

1 - Phil Chenier (1975)

1 - Archie Clark (1972)

1 - Wes Unseld (1969)

1 - Earl Monroe (1969)

1 - Buddy Jeannette (1948)

The Wizards are historically great at having one-hit wonders. The team has 12 players in team history that have finished with just one All-NBA selection while wearing a Wizards uniform. Outside of Elvin Hayes, Gus Johnson, and Gilbert Arenas, there has not been success sustained at a long rate. Since 2007, John Wall and Bradley Beal are the only players to have made an All-NBA Team.


Chicago Bulls - 25

11 - Michael Jordan (1985, 1987-1993, 1996-1998)

7 - Scottie Pippen (1992-1998)

2 - Bob Love (1971-1972)

1 - Jimmy Butler (2017)

1 - Pau Gasol (2015)

1 - Joakim Noah (2014)

1 - Derrick Rose (2011)

1 - Norm Van Lier (1974)

Just to add another layer to the greatness of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, the two players make up 18 of the 25 All-NBA selections in team history. Outside of them, we witnessed an MVP season from Derrick Rose in 2011, while Joakim Noah won Defensive Player of the Year in 2014 with his selection. Right now, DeMar DeRozan is on track to be the first All-NBA player since Jimmy Butler in 2017 to make it.


Milwaukee Bucks - 26

5 - Giannis Antetokounmpo (2017-2021)

5 - Sidney Moncrief (1982-1986)

5 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1970-1974)

3 - Marques Johnson (1979-1981)

2 - Terry Cummings (1985, 1989)

1 - Andrew Bogut (2010)

1 - Michael Redd (2004)

1 - Ray Allen (2001)

1 - Vin Baker (1997)

1 - Oscar Robertson (1971)

1 - Bob Pettit (1955)

If you are a fan of the Bucks, who would you rather have, Giannis or Kareem? That is the real conversation you can have after each owns five years of making the All-NBA team. Giannis is going to break the tie with Kareem and Sidney Moncrief this season. The Bucks easily have two of the best centers in league history just from All-NBA selections alone.


Atlanta Hawks - 31

10 - Bob Pettit (1956-1965)

7 - Dominique Wilkins (1986-1988, 1989, 1991, 1993-1994)

3 - Slater Martin (1957-1959)

2 - Dikembe Mutombo (1998, 2001)

2 - Cliff Hagan (1958-1959)

1 - Al Horford (2011)

1 - Joe Johnson (2010)

1 - Kevin Willis (1992)

1 - Dan Roundfield (1980)

1 - Pete Maravich (1973)

1 - Lou Hudson (1970)

1 - Frankie Brian (1951)

Bob Petit stands above everyone. During the 50s and 60s, he was in a class of his own, making 10 straight All-NBA teams. Behind him, there is Dominique Wilkins with seven appearances. Wilkins is perhaps the second-best big man in team history. The next generational talent that could rise on this list is Trae Young, but he has to make an All-NBA team first. Given his age and talent threshold, we could see him in the upper tier of this list one day.


New York Knicks - 33

7 - Patrick Ewing (1988-1993, 1997)

6 - Walt Frazier (1970-1975)

5 - Willis Reed (1967-1971)

2 - Carmelo Anthony (2012-2013)

2 - Bernard King (1984-1985)

2 - Richie Guerin (1959-1960, 1962)

2 - Harry Gallatin (1954-1955)

2 - Carl Braun (1948, 1954)

1 - Julius Randle (2021)

1 - Tyson Chandler (2012)

1 - Amar’e Stoudemire (2011)

1 - Dave DeBusschere (1969)

1 - Don McGuire (1951)

When the Knicks acquired Carmelo Anthony, they thought they were going to get a player that would be of All-NBA caliber. Anthony made the list two times, but when looking back, expectations suggested he would do it more often. Instead, the 70s combination of Walt Frazier and Willis Reed reign supreme, while Patrick Ewing remains alone at the top with seven appearances.


Houston Rockets - 34

12 - Hakeem Olajuwon (1986-1991, 1993-1997, 1999)

7 - James Harden (2013-2017, 2018-2020)

4 - Yao Ming (2005-2009)

4 - Moses Malone (1979-1982)

3 - Tracy McGrady (2005, 2007-2008)

1 - Russell Westbrook (2020)

1 - Dwight Howard (2014)

1 - Clyde Drexler (1995)

1 - Ralph Sampson (1985)

If James Harden finished his career with the Rockets, one would think he would have made the All-NBA Team five more times. Instead, he is second in team history, trailing Hakeem Olajuwon’s 12 appearances. Yao Ming and Tracy McGrady might have been selected had injuries not hampered them. Altogether, there are some special names mentioned here.


Detroit Pistons - 36

5 - Ben Wallace (2002-2006)

5 - Grant Hill (1996-2000)

5 - Isiah Thomas (1983-1987)

3 - Chauncey Billups (2006-2007, 2009)

3 - Joe Dumars (1990-1991, 1993)

3 - Dave Bing (1968, 1971, 1974)

2 - Gene Shue (1960-1961)

2 - George Yardley (1957-1958)

2 - Larry Foust (1952, 1955)

2 - Fred Schaus (1950, 1952)

1 - Blake Griffin (2019)

1 - Andre Drummond (2016)

1 - Dennis Rodman (1992)

1 - Bailey Howell (1963)

When looking at the team history of the Pistons, take a look at the collective group of special players. Isiah Thomas, Grant Hill, and Ben Wallace all stand together at the top with five selections. Then, you have Chauncey Billups, Joe Dumars, and Dave Bing. With the players at the top of this list, you could make a starting five with a sixth man with all this talent.


Phoenix Suns - 37

5 - Steve Nash (2005-2008, 2010)

5 - Kevin Johnson (1989-1992, 1994)

4 - Amar’e Stoudemire (2005, 2007-2008, 2010)

4 - Charles Barkley (1993-1996)

4 - Paul Westphal (1977-1980)

3 - Jason Kidd (1999-2001)

2 - Shawn Marion (2005-2006)

2 - Tom Chambers (1989-1990)

2 - Walter Davis (1978-1979)

1 - Chris Paul (2021)

1 - Goran Dragic (2014)

1 - Shaquille O’Neal (2009)

1 - Stephon Marbury (2003)

1 - Dennis Johnson (1981)

1 - Connie Hawkins (1960)

When we think of the Suns, we associate Steve Nash, Amar’e Stoudemire, and Charles Barkley as some of the all-time greats. We often forget that Kevin Johnson was a really good player for the team in the 90s. Johnson was keeping the Suns relevant well before Barkley joined the team. The current day chatter is more about when Devin Booker is going to land an All-NBA recognition.


Utah Jazz - 37

14 - Karl Malone (1988-2001)

10 - John Stockton (1988-1997, 1999)

4 - Rudy Gobert (2017, 2019-2021)

3 - Peter Maravich (1976-1978)

2 - Deron Williams (2008, 2010)

2 - Adrian Dantley (1981, 1984)

1 - Carlos Boozer (2008)

1 - Truck Robinson (1978)

The Jazz is historically great about having sensational duos. Just look at the All-NBA selections. For starters, you have Karl Malone and John Stockton team up for 24 of the team’s 37 selections Later on, Deron Williams and Carlos Boozer added three selections during the 2000s. Today, Rudy Gobert is on pace to make his fifth selection this season. However, the team is waiting for Donovan Mitchell to make his first appearance.


Oklahoma City Thunder - 40

9 - Gary Payton (1994-2002)

8 - Russell Westbrook (2011-2013, 2015-2019)

6 - Kevin Durant (2010-2014, 2016)

4 - Spencer Haywood (1972-1975)

3 - Shawn Kemp (1994-1996)

2 - Paul George (2018-2019)

2 - Gus Williams (1980, 1982)

1 - Chris Paul (2020)

1 - Ray Allen (2005)

1 - Vin Baker (1998)

1 - Detlef Schrempf (1995)

1 - Dale Ellis (1989)

1 - Dennis Johnson (1980)

From Seattle to Oklahoma City, the Thunder have some historic talent. Unless Russell Westbrook comes back to OKC and plays at All-NBA level, Gary Payton remains the record holder with nine selections. Had Kevin Durant stayed with the team, he would have likely beaten out Payton down the line. With the Thunder rebuilding, could we see a player like Shai Gilgeous-Alexander or Josh Giddey as the next addition down the line?


San Antonio Spurs - 43

15 - Tim Duncan (1998-2010, 2013, 2015)

10 - David Robinson (1990-1998, 2000-2001)

7 - George Gervin (1977-1983)

4 - Tony Parker (2009, 2012-2014)

2 - LaMarcus Aldridge (2016, 2018)

2 - Kawhi Leonard (2016, 2017)

2 - Manu Ginobili (2008, 2011)

1 - Dennis Rodman (1995)

1 - Alvin Robertson (1986)

Two players make up the majority of this list. That is Tim Duncan and David Robinson, who combined to make 25 of the team’s 43 All-NBA selections. The big three of Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili combined to make 21 selections, which is just under half. That would make sense as the three teamed up to win four championships, while Duncan and Robinson teamed up to win the other championship of Duncan’s five rings.


Sacramento Kings - 48

10 - Oscar Robertson (1961-1970)

5 - Chris Webber (1999-2003)

5 - Mitch Richmond (1994-1998)

5 - Jerry Lucas (1964-1968)

5 - Bob Davis (1949-1953)

4 - Tiny Archibald (1972-1973, 1975-1976)

3 - Maurice Stokes (1956-1958)

3 - Bobby Wanzer (1952-1954)

2 - DeMarcus Cousins (2015-2016)

2 - Jack Twyman (1960, 1962)

1 - Peja Stojakovic (2004)

1 - Otis Birdsong (1981)

1 - Phil Ford (1979)

1 - Arnie Risen (1949)

This is how bad it has gotten for the Kings. Since Peja Stojakovic made All-NBA in 2004, only one player has been selected. That is DeMarcus Cousins, who was selected in 2015 and 2016. Many of these selections were received years ago. Specifically, the greatest player in team history is Oscar Robertson and his 10 selections.


Golden State Warriors - 52

7 - Steph Curry (2014-2019, 2021)

6 - Rick Barry (1966-1974, 1975-1976)

5 - Wilt Chamberlain (1960-1964)

4 - Chris Mullin (1989-1992)

4 - Paul Arizin (1952, 1956-1957, 1959)

4 - Neil Johnston (1954-1957)

4 - Joe Fulks (1947-1949, 1951)

3 - Kevin Durant (2017-2019)

2 - Tim Hardaway (1992, 1993)

2 - Andy Phillip (1952-1953)

2 - Draymond Green (2016-2017)

2 - Klay Thompson (2015-2016)

1 - David Lee (2013)

1 - Latrell Sprewell (1994)

1 - Bernard King (1982)

1 - Phil Smith (1976)

1 - Tom Gola (1958)

1 - Jack George (1956)

1 - Howie Dallmar (1948)

Rick Barry probably should have finished his career with most selections. You have to remember that he left the NBA to play in the ABA for some time. With that said, Steph Curry is a really good basketball player. Curry has beaten out Chris Mullin, Wilt Chamberlain, and Barry to lead the franchise with the most All-NBA selections.


Philadelphia 76ers - 63

12 - Dolph Shayes (1950-1961)

7 - Allen Iverson (1999-2003, 2005-2006)

7 - Charles Barkley (1986-1992)

7 - Julius Erving (1977-1984)

7 - Hal Greer (1963-1969)

4 - Billy Cunningham (1969-1972)

4 - Wilt Chamberlain (1965-1968)

3 - Joel Embiid (2018-2019, 2021)

3 - Moses Malone (1983-1985)

2 - Dikembe Mutombo (2001-2002)

2 - George McGinnis (1976-1977)

2 - Paul Seymour (1954-1955)

1 - Ben Simmons (2020)

1 - Larry Costello (1961)

1 - Al Cervi (1950)

Imagine a starting lineup of Dolph Shayes, Allen Iverson, Charles Barkley, Julius Erving, and Hal Greer. These aren’t just the top five players in team history to record the most selections, but they would be one unstoppable unit. As Joel Embiid works his way up the list, it will be interesting to see where he lands. He will likely make All-NBA this season, but the real question is going to be will an MVP be attached to it as well.


Boston Celtics - 81

12 - Bob Cousy (1952-1963)

11 - John Havlicek (1964, 1966, 1968-1976)

11 - Bill Russell (1958-1968)

10 - Larry Bird (1980-1988, 1990)

7 - Bill Sharman (1953, 1955-1960)

4 - Tom Heinsohn (1961-1964)

4 - Ed Macauley (1951-1954)

4 - Paul Pierce (2002, 2003, 2008, 2009)

3 - Dave Cowens (1973, 1975-1976)

3 - Sam Jones (1965-1967)

2 - Robert Parish (1982, 1989)

2 - Jo Jo White (1975, 1977)

1 - Jayson Tatum (2020)

1 - Kyrie Irving (2019)

1 - Isaiah Thomas (2017)

1 - Rajon Rondo (2012)

1 - Kevin Garnett (2008)

1 - Kevin McHale (1987)

1 - Tiny Archibald (1981)

1 - Ed Sadowski (1948)

The Celtics are loaded with a long list of players that have made an All-NBA team. Four players in team history have made double-digit amounts. That includes Bob Cousy, John Havlicek, Bill Russell, and Larry Bird. Since 2000, six players have made an All-NBA Team with Paul Pierce leading the way by making it four times.


Los Angeles Lakers - 96

15 - Kobe Bryant (1999-2013)

12 - Jerry West (1962-1973)

10 - Magic Johnson (1982-1991)

10 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1976-1981, 1983-1986)

10 - Elgin Baylor (1959-1965, 1967-1969)

8 - Shaquille O’Neal (1997-2004)

6 - George Mikan (1949-1954)

4 - Vern Mikkelsen (1951-1953, 1955)

4 - Jim Pollard (1949-1952, 1955)

3 - LeBron James (2019, 2020, 2021)

3 - Pau Gasol (2009-2011)

2 - James Worthy (1990-1991)

2 - Slater Martin (1955-1956)

1 - Anthony Davis (2020)

1 - Dwight Howard (2013)

1 - Andrew Bynum (2012)

1 - Gail Goodrich (1974)

1 - Wilt Chamberlain (1972)

1 - Dick Garmacker (1957)

1 - Clyde Lovellette (1956)

The Lakers are on pace to become the first team in franchise history to have 100 All-NBA selections to its name. Some teams are lucky to have one player finish with double-digit selections. The Lakers have five players with at least 10 nods to the team, while Shaquille O’Neal was one Kobe Bryant feud away from joining that squad before finishing his Lakers career with eight.

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