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Andrew Han ESPN Writer 

The NBA announced on Thursday that DeAndre Jordan was selected to the All-NBA First Team and Chris Paul to the All-NBA Second Team. It is Jordan's second selection to the All-NBA squad (Third Team, 2014-15) and he becomes just the third second-round draftee to make an All-NBA First Team. This is Paul's sixth selection to the All-NBA roster and third Second Team appearance.

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Feel like the NBA playoffs have been Blowout Central? Well, you're not wrong. Most 25-Pt Playoff Wins 2016 - 17 2009 - 11 1996 - 9 1992 - 9

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Pelicans' F Anthony Davis lost $24 million today when he wasn't voted to any of the All-NBA teams; his contract dropped from $145M to $121M.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raptors have been playing with house money for a while now anyway, reaching the conference finals for the first time in franchise history. The series isn't over yet, but given that they're 0-3 in Cleveland, it's hard to see them scoring two consecutive victories over LeBron James' Cavs. Nevertheless, Game 6 is Friday at Air Canada Centre.

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All-NBA 2nd Team: Durant, Green, Cousins, Paul, Lillard All-NBA 3rd Team: George, Aldridge, Drummond, Thompson, Lowry

What changes do Warriors need to make?

Brad Daugherty breaks down what the Warriors need to do against the Thunder in Game 5 to come away with a win.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

At Thursday's media availability in Toronto, Raptors players and coach Dwane Casey downplayed a report that DeMarre Carroll and Cory Joseph were at a Cleveland casino until 2 a.m. the night before Game 5. Casey told reporters the players had team security with them, weren't drinking and were on time for work, so there were no issues there (via Rogers SportsNet).

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All-NBA First Team: • Stephen Curry (unanimous) • Russell Westbrook • LeBron James • Kawhi Leonard • DeAndre Jordan

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors G Kyle Lowry was voted third-team All-NBA which is a pretty incredible accomplishment given where he was when he got to Toronto four seasons ago.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Davis did not receive enough votes to make any of the three All-NBA teams, meaning the maximum extension he signed last offseason will be worth only 25% of the league salary cap and not the 30% he would have made, as stipulated by the CBA's "Rose Rule." Davis will leave around $25 million over the length of the contract, and give the Pelicans about $4.3 million extra in cap space this summer to utilize.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

It's essentially a $25 million difference over the next five seasons for Lillard; Anthony Davis fell well shy in the end of the same riches.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Damian Lillard's berth on the All-NBA Second Team makes his extension from last summer more than $20 million richer thanks to the Rose Rule.

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Damian Lillard earns an extra $20-plus million in his contract thanks to his All-NBA Second Team nod today. But Anthony Davis misses out

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas was the only Celtics player to receive votes for All-NBA teams. Finished with 23rd highest total.