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Warriors Guard Stephen Curry Earns All-NBA Second Team Honors

Becomes First Warrior Named To All-NBA First Or Second Team Since 1993-94

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry has been named to the All-NBA Second Team for the 2013-14 season, the league announced today. The All-NBA selection is the first of Curry’s career and also marks the first time the Warriors have had a player named to the First or Second Team since Latrell Sprewell earned First Team honors in 1993-94. Following David Lee’s inclusion on the All-NBA Third Team in 2012-13, Curry gives the Warriors an All-NBA representative in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1992-93 (Tim Hardaway) and 1993-94 (Sprewell).

Curry, 26, appeared in 78 regular-season games this season, averaging career highs of 24.0 points (seventh in the NBA) and 8.5 assists (fifth) while shooting 42.4 percent from three-point range (eighth), leading the NBA in three-pointers made (261) for a second consecutive campaign. Curry is the first player to lead the league in threes in back-to-back seasons since Ray Allen did so in 2001-02 and 2002-03 and became the first player in Warriors history to average 24 points and eight assists in a single season.



The fifth-year guard led the NBA in both 30-point/10-assist games (10) and 20-point/10-assist games (18) while becoming the first player in franchise history to record four 30-point/15-assist games, the most in a single season by any player since John Stockton had four in 1989-90. Curry also registered a career-high four triple-doubles, tied for the second most such games in the NBA and the most by a Warrior in a single season since Wilt Chamberlain tallied five in 1963-64. Additionally, Curry set career highs in double-doubles (27), 30-point games (23) and 40-point games (three).

Curry was rewarded for his efforts with his first-ever All-Star appearance, becoming the first Warrior to start the All-Star Game since Latrell Sprewell in 1995. The Davidson product capped his 2013-14 campaign by earning NBA Western Conference Player of the Month honors for the month of April, his second career Player of the Month accolade (April, 2013).

In addition to his work on the court, Curry received the NBA’s Seasonlong Kia Community Assist Award for the 2013-14 season, in recognition of his numerous charitable contributions, fundraising and remarkable generosity in the Bay Area and across the globe.



The All-NBA Teams were chosen by a panel of 125 sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada. The media voted for All-NBA First, Second and Third Teams by position with points awarded on a 5-3-1 basis. Below are the results of the voting for the 2013-14 All-NBA Teams, with First Team votes in parentheses. The balloting was tabulated by the independent accounting firm of Ernst & Young LLP. See below for complete results of this year’s voting:

2013-14 ALL-NBA FIRST TEAM

Position Player Team
1st Team Votes
Total Points
Forward Kevin Durant Oklahoma City
125
625
Forward LeBron James Miami
124
623
Center Joakim Noah Chicago
101
551
Guard James Harden Houston
73
502
Guard Chris Paul L.A. Clippers
86
540

2013-14 ALL-NBA SECOND TEAM

Position Player Team
1st Team Votes
Total Points
Forward Blake Griffin L.A. Clippers
5
350
Forward Kevin Love Minnesota
2
237
Center Dwight Howard Houston
9
226
Guard Stephen Curry Golden State
65
489
Guard Tony Parker San Antonio
14
210

2013-14 ALL-NBA THIRD TEAM

Position Player Team
1st Team Votes
Total Points
Forward Paul George Indiana
4
171
Forward LaMarcus Aldridge Portland
2
159
Center Al Jefferson Charlotte
4
191
Guard Goran Dragic Phoenix
1
115
Guard Damian Lillard Portland
2
115

Other players receiving votes, with point totals: Carmelo Anthony, New York, 86 (1 First Team vote); John Wall, Washington, 70; Tim Duncan, San Antonio, 63 (1); DeMar DeRozan, Toronto, 56; Anthony Davis, New Orleans, 40 (1); Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas, 37 (1); Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City, 32 (1); Kyle Lowry, Toronto, 29; DeAndre Jordan, L.A. Clippers, 21; Roy Hibbert, Indiana, 17; Marc Gasol, Memphis, 16 (2); DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento, 14 (1); Kyrie Irving, Cleveland, 7; Dwyane Wade, Miami, 6; Mike Conley, Memphis, 4; Serge Ibaka, Oklahoma City, 4; Zach Randolph, Memphis, 4; Joe Johnson, Brooklyn, 4; Lance Stephenson, Indiana, 3; Ty Lawson, Denver, 2; Paul Millsap, Atlanta, 2; Chris Bosh, Miami, 1; Andre Drummond, Detroit, 1; Monta Ellis, Dallas, 1; Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio, 1.

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