May 12, 1995

1995 All-NBA teams

As selected by a nationwide panel of media of 105, with total points and first-place votes in parentheses:

FIRST TEAM

Forward | Karl Malone, Utah, 519 (102)

Forward | Scottie Pippen, Chicago, 451 (73)

Center | David Robinson, San Antonio, 479 (86)

Guard | John Stockton, Utah, 447 (73)

Guard | Anfernee Hardaway, Orlando, 394 (55)


SECOND TEAM

Forward | Charles Barkley, Phoenix, 363 (31)

Forward | Shawn Kemp, Seattle, 161

Center | Shaquille O'Neal, Orlando, 311 (15)

Guard | Gary Payton, Seattle, 342 (40)

Guard | Mitch Richmond, Sacramento, 253 (25)


THIRD TEAM

Forward | Dennis Rodman, San Antonio, 113 (1)

Forward | Detlef Schrempf, Seattle, 95 (1)

Center | Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston, 102 (3)

Guard | Reggie Miller, Indiana, 158 (2)

Guard | Clyde Drexler, Portland-Houston, 73 (4)

Others receiving votes | Jamal Mashburn, Dallas (2), 64; Patrick Ewing, New York (1), 51; Michael Jordan, Chicago (7), 44; Jim Jackson, Dallas (2), 35; Dana Barros, Philadelphia, 32; Rod Strickland, Portland, 31; Larry Johnson, Charlotte, 26; Cedric Ceballos, L.A. Lakers, 20; Glen Rice, Miami, 18; Horace Grant, Orlando, 17; Vin Baker, Milwaukee, 16; Nick Van Exel, L.A. Lakers, 13; Joe Dumars, Detroit (1), 11; Jason Kidd, Dallas, 10; Tim Hardaway, Golden State, 9; Muggsy Bogues, Charlotte, 7; Sean Elliott, San Antonio, 7; Tyrone Hill, Cleveland, 7; Latrell Sprewell, Golden State (1), 6; Mookie Blaylock, Atlanta, 5; Glenn Robinson, Milwaukee, 5; Grant Hill, Detroit, 4; Jeff Hornacek, Utah, 4; Nick Anderson, Orlando, 3; B.J. Armstrong, Chicago, 3; Dale Davis, Indiana, 3; Mark Price, Cleveland, 3; Spud Webb, Sacramento, 3; Avery Johnson, San Antonio, 2; Alonzo Mourning, Charlotte, 2; Stacey Augmon, Atlanta, 1; Danny Manning, Phoenix, 1; John Starks, New York, 1.

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