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Chris Bosh Can’t Believe Kobe Bryant and Dwyane Wade Only Made 3rd Team All-Decade
- Updated: August 6, 2019
On Monday, a panel of NBA.com and NBA TV producers and analysts announced the 15 players that had made the cut for their All-Decade teams. The squad was made up of a first, second, and third team.
Naturally, any collection of players that are selected based on subjective criteria will invite a heated debate.
Bosh humbly didn’t mention the fact that he was left off all three teams, despite being named an All-Star for 11 straight years.
Rounding out the First Team along with LeBron James is Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry, 2017-18 regular season MVP James Harden, and a pair of two-time NBA champs and Finals MVPs in Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard.
Meanwhile, Chris Paul, two-time league scoring and assists champ Russell Westbrook, new Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis, the Detroit Pistons’ Blake Griffin, and former All-Star Carmelo Anthony were named to the Second Team.
As for the Third Team, Wade and Bryant are certainly the headliners. Though teaming up with defending MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and Paul George certainly makes for a formidable squad.