With the start of our first-ever All-NBA Showcase Challenge, let’s take a deeper look at the 10 players who received this prestigious honor.
These legendary performers all have Legendary Holo Icon Moments in Series 2 that can be found in the Marketplace.
To complete this Showcase Challenge you must obtain a Moment from each of the 10 players in this blog and place them in a Showcase.
If you complete this Showcase Challenge, you will have a chance to win a Common 2021 NBA Playoff Pack!
NOTE: The Moments linked here are all of these players’ Legendary Holo Icon Moments from Series 2, but you can collect Rare or Common Moments from these players to complete the Showcase Challenge.
2020-2021 All-NBA First Team
7x All-NBA Selections
Not many players have the presence Steph Curry does, and seeing one of the greatest shooters ever back in action was a huge win for the 2020-2021 NBA season.
How did he respond to 2019-20’s short season? He casually averaged 32 points per game to lead the league, propelling the Warriors back to a play-in game even without his sidekick, Klay Thompson.
2x All-NBA Selections
If there was any doubt the Slovenian Wonderkind could replicate his First Team All-NBA selection from last year, it was quickly put to rest as Luka Dončić picked up right where he left off.
Even with the Western Conference being a jungle to navigate, the Mavericks managed to make the playoffs again under Dončić’s guidance and excellent play.
5x All-NBA Selections
The Klaw was all over the place this year, and had an exceptional season facilitating, dishing out a career high in assists.
He was also lights out from deep, converting at the second highest clip of his career from the perimeter.
As he likes to do, Kawhi Leonard went about his business and led the push for L.A. supremacy over the Clippers’ cross-town rivals. He dunks, he defends, he passes, and the board man gets paid.
5x All-NBA Selections
What a year for the champion.
Though he didn’t receive his third straight regular season MVP award, his numbers remained great enough to hold his spot on the All-NBA First Team and earn him his first Finals MVP in the process.
The Bucks were stellar all year, and thanks to The Greek Freak were able to climb the highest mountain that the NBA has to offer.
Always available, always playing hard, Giannis has cemented himself as an NBA icon.
3x All-NBA Selections
Jokić’s third straight year being recognized on the All-NBA team was capped with the highest individual award of his career - the league’s Most Valuable Player.
With a truly absurd 26.4 points, 8.3 assists and 10.8 rebounds a game, the triple-double machine stacked elite performance after elite performance to boost an oft-injured Nuggets team to a playoff run.
Jokić was an absolute beast for his team, and the award was the result of a truly remarkable run on the court.
2020-2021 All-NBA Second Team
17x All-NBA Selections
A man that needs no introduction.
LeBron James has more All-NBA selections than any other player in NBA history.
At the age of 36, The King continued doing LeBron things by leading the Lakers to back-to-back playoff appearances for the first time since 2013 while averaging an impressive 25.0 points, 7.8 assists, and 7.7 rebounds.
While the Lakers didn’t get the postseason result they hoped for, expect LeBron to compete towards another NBA title and an All-NBA selection next season.
10x All-NBA Selections
Chris Paul and the Phoenix Suns made history last season.
Paul led the Suns to not only their first playoff berth since 2010, but their first conference title since 1993.
Paul is the first Suns player to receive First or Second Team honors since Steve Nash and Amar’e Stoudemire both received the honors in 2010.
Paul shot a career-best and league-best of 93.4% from the free throw line while averaging an impressive 16.4 points and 8.9 assists over the regular season.
Someone help CP3 make some room on his trophy case -- he has a couple pieces of hardware he’ll be adding.
6x All-NBA Selections
In the 2020-2021 season, Damian Lillard continued to prove that he is must-watch TV whenever he steps on the court.
With four straight seasons receiving All-NBA honors, Lillard continues to remind the NBA that it’s always Dame Time.
In the regular season, Lillard averaged 28.8 points while averaging 4.1 three-point makes per game.
The Trailblazers made their eighth consecutive playoff appearance backed by Lillard’s 275 made three-pointers, third most in the NBA.
Lillard and the Trail Blazers look to continue to compete in the Western Conference and their first NBA championship since 1977.
3x All-NBA Selections
Joel Embiid had a career year and led the 76ers to the top seed in a competitive Eastern Conference.
Embiid set career-bests points (28.5), steals (1.0), free throw percentage (85.9%), three-point percentage (37.7%), and field-goal percentage (51.3%).
No one went to the charity stripe more than Embiid last season who averaged 10.7 free throws a game.
Embiid is now the eighth 76er with at least three All-NBA selections in their careers.
Going into next season, Embiid will look to continue to put himself in the MVP conversation and lead the 76ers to their first Finals appearance since 2001.
1x All-NBA Selection
What a year for Julius Randle.
He made his first All-Star team, won Most Improved Player, and received All-NBA honors.
With a league-leading 37.6 minutes a game, Randle set career highs by averaging 24.1 points, 10.2 rebounds and 6.0 assists, all while shooting over 40 percent from the three-point line. Larry Legend stuff.
Randle improved his game significantly which uplifted the Knicks to their first playoff appearance since 2013.
Watch out for Randle and the Knicks as they look to become a fierce competitor in the Eastern Conference for many years to come.
Don’t forget to visit the Marketplace to obtain Moments from these players to complete the All-NBA Challenge for a chance to win a Common 2021 Playoff Pack.