June 9, 1999

1999 All-NBA teams

As selected by a media panel of 118, with total points and first-place votes in parentheses:

FIRST TEAM

Forward | Karl Malone, Utah, 580 (113)

Forward | Tim Duncan, San Antonio, 576 (112)

Center | Alonzo Mourning, Miami, 542 (95)

Guard | Allen Iverson, Philadelphia, 532 (93)

Guard | Jason Kidd, Phoenix, 516 (86)


SECOND TEAM

Forward | Chris Webber, Sacramento, 278 (3)

Forward | Grant Hill, Detroit, 263 (4)

Center | Shaquille O’Neal, L.A. Lakers, 382 (23)

Guard | Gary Payton, Seattle, 440 (51)

Guard | Tim Hardaway, Miami, 168 (1)


THIRD TEAM

Forward | Kevin Garnett, Minnesota, 132 (4)

Forward | Antonio McDyess, Denver, 80

Center | Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston, 67

Guard | Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers, 75 (1)

Guard | John Stockton, Utah, 75 (1)

Others receiving votes | Steve Smith, Atlanta, 63; Reggie Miller, Indiana (1), 57; Stephon Marbury, New Jersey, 54; Anfernee Hardaway, Orlando (2), 41; Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Vancouver, 36; Dikembe Mutombo, Atlanta, 33; Shawn Kemp, Cleveland, 30; David Robinson, San Antonio, 22; Rod Strickland, Washington, 21; Ray Allen, Milwaukee, 16; Michael Finley, Dallas, 16; Charles Barkley, Houston, 14; Darrell Armstrong, Orlando, 12; Vlade Divac, Sacramento, 11; Vince Carter, Toronto, 10; Brian Grant, Portland, 10; Damon Stoudamire, Portland, 10; Eddie Jones, Charlotte, 9; Mark Jackson, Indiana, 7; Mitch Richmond, Washington, 7; Glenn Robinson, Milwaukee, 5; Keith Van Horn, New Jersey, 5; Arvydas Sabonis, Portland, 4; Avery Johnson, San Antonio, 2; Bryon Russell, Utah, 2; Rasheed Wallace, Portland, 2; Jason Williams, Sacramento, 2; Tom Gugliotta, Phoenix, 1; Scottie Pippen, Houston, 1; Isaiah Rider, Portland, 1; Rik Smits, Indiana, 1.