New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - NBA MVP Stephen Curry and four-time MVP LeBron James headline the 2014-15 All-NBA First Team.
Curry and James were the only unanimous First-Team selections, receiving all 129 votes for a total of 645 points in the balloting.
Both have their teams in the conference finals. Curry's Warriors are in the West title series for the first time since 1976 and James is back in the East finals for a fifth straight year, this time with the Cavaliers after his return to Cleveland following four years in Miami.
Curry was a Second-Team selection last year and is a First-Team choice for the first time. James is a First-Team member for the ninth time, tying Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Oscar Robertson for the third-most all-time.
Joining the duo as First-Team members are Houston guard James Harden, New Orleans forward/center Anthony Davis and Memphis center Marc Gasol. Harden, a First-Team choice for the second year in a row, received 125 First-Team votes. Davis (119 First-Team votes) and Gasol (65 First-Team votes) earned First-Team status for the first time.
The Second Team features forwards LaMarcus Aldridge of Portland and DeMarcus Cousins of Sacramento, Chicago center Pau Gasol and guards Russell Westbrook of Oklahoma City and Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers.
Selections for the Third Team are forwards Tim Duncan of San Antonio and Blake Griffin of the Clippers, center DeAndre Jordan of the Clippers and guards Klay Thompson of Golden State and Kyrie Irving of Cleveland.