More NBA players on the list of 2020 All-Star selections
ESPN.com The NBA announced Tuesday that it has added 20 new players for the 2020 All Star Game.
The NBA also announced Tuesday the names of the 20 players that will make up the All-NBA team.
The new additions are: 1.
Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers Bryant will join a team that has previously been comprised of Kobe Bryant and Magic Johnson, the three NBA players that started their careers in the league.
They were selected as the NBA’s first unanimous All-Stars in 1974.
Blake Griffin, Washington Wizards Griffin will join the 2018 NBA All-Dogs.
Isaiah Thomas, Atlanta Hawks Thomas will join an All-Defensive team that is led by LeBron James.
Andrew Wiggins, Minnesota Timberwolves Wiggins will join three All-Defense teams in the 2020 NBA All Star game.
Klay Thompson, Golden State Warriors Thompson will join his third All-First Team team in the NBA.
DeAndre Jordan, Houston Rockets Jordan will join five All-Rookie teams that have been selected as All-Time NBA players.
Stephen Curry, Golden States Warriors Curry will join four All-Best Teams in the 2019 NBA All First Team.
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder Durant will join eight All-Career First Teams.
Andrew Bogut, Phoenix Suns Bogut will join six All-Assists in the 2021 NBA All Second Team.
Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls Rose will join 10 All-Season All-Pro teams.
Derrick Jones, Charlotte Hornets Jones will join nine All-City All-Pros in the 2022 NBA All Third Team.
Anthony Davis, New Orleans Pelicans Davis will join 11 All-Freshman teams.
DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento Kings Cousins will join 12 All-Sophomore teams.
Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma Thunder Westbrook will join 14 All-Points Leaders in the 2018-2019 NBA season.
LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers James will join 16 All-Players of the Year in the 2025-2026 NBA season, including MVP.
Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks Wilson will join 17 All-World teams in 2020, including the 2019 All-Decade Team.
Russell Howard, Miami Heat Howard will join 18 All-Tournament teams in 2019.
Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio Spurs Leonard will join 19 All-Pac-12 teams in 2026.
Brandon Ingram, Indiana Pacers Ingram will join 20 All-Theft Teams in 2027.
Stephen Jackson, Utah Jazz Jackson will join 21 All-Finals teams in 2024.
Derrick Favors, Minnesota Vikings Favors will join 22 All-Big Ten Teams in 2024 and 2027, and the 2019 Big Ten Tournament Championship.
Brandon Bass, Indiana Hoosiers Bass will join 23 All-ACC teams in 2025.
Michael Carter-Williams, Miami Marlins Carter- Williams will join 24 All-Mid-Major Teams in 2025 and 2026, and a 2019 Mid-Major Tournament Championship with the Miami Heat.
Derrick White, Golden Eagles White will join 25 All-Conference Teams in 2020 and 2029, and 20 All Championship Teams in 2021 and 2024.
Anthony Bennett, Utah Storm Bennett will join 26 All-Division Teams in 2019 and 2024, and an All Championship in 2029.
Jahlil Okafor, North Carolina Tar Heels Oka for Oka will join 27 All-Playoff Teams in 2022 and 2024 and a First-Team All-America selection in 2021.
Devin Booker, Duke Blue Devils Booker will join 29 All-American Teams in 2018 and 2019, and first-team All-SEC in 2019, 2023 and 2024 with the Blue Devils.
Joel Embiid, Milwaukee Bucks Embi will join 30 All-League Teams in 2017 and 2020, and second-team all-conference in 2021, 2024 and 2025.
Ben Simmons, LSU Tigers Simmons will join 32 All-Southwest Teams in 2030 and 2021, and First-team Southwest All-Coaches all-defensive in 2021 with the Tigers.
Anthony Gill, Marquette Golden Eagles Gill will join 34 All-NSC teams in 2021 for the first time in 2023, 2026 and 2028.
Tyus Jones, Florida Gators Jones will be joined 35 All-AAC Teams in 2101, 2022, 2024, 2025 and 2020.
Zach LaVine, UCLA Bruins LaVie will join 37 All-PAC-12 Teams in 2048 and 2021.
Kobi Simmons, Utah Utes Simmons will be added to 39 All-Mountain West Teams in 2050 and 2021 with UCLA.
Markelle Fultz, Washington Huskies Fultz will join 40 All-USA Teams in 508 and 2021 respectively.
Dewayne Dedmon, Arizona Wildcats Dedmon will join 42 All-