All-nba Teams

May 20, 1994

The 1994 All-NBA teams, as voted by a nationwide panel of media, with first-place votes in parentheses and total points:

FIRST TEAM

Forwards -- Scottie Pippen, Chicago (94) 485; Karl Malone, Utah (65) 417.

Center -- Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston (68) 433.

Guards -- John Stockton, Utah (56) 356; Latrell Sprewell, Golden State (29) 252.

SECOND TEAM

Forwards -- Shawn Kemp, Seattle (17) 211 1/2 ; Charles Barkley, Phoenix (15) 204.

Center -- David Robinson, San Antonio (29) 341.

Guards -- Mitch Richmond, Sacramento (24) 198; Kevin Johnson, Phoenix (23) 190.

THIRD TEAM

Forwards -- Derrick Coleman, New Jersey (4) 139; Dominique Wilkins, LA Clippers (3) 106.

Center -- Shaquille O'Neal, Orlando (3) 94 1/2 .

Guards -- Mark Price, Cleveland (22) 182; Gary Payton, Seattle (21) 175.

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES

Kenny Anderson, New Jersey (13) 170; Reggie Miller, Indiana (7) 106; Mookie Blaylock, Atlanta (4) 95; Kevin Willis, Atlanta (3) 77; Dennis Rodman, San Antonio (1) 52; Charles Oakley, New York 40 1/2 ; Joe Dumars, Detroit (2) 34; Patrick Ewing, New York 35 1/2 ; Horace Grant, Chicago 35; Danny Manning, Atlanta 34; Rod Strickland, San Antonio 11; Clyde Drexler, Portland 8; B.J. Armstrong, Chicago (1), Dan Majerle, Phoenix (1), and Steve Smith, Miami (1) 6; Dikembe Mutombo, Denver (1), Glen Rice, Miami, and Clifford Robinson, Portland 5; Stacey Augmon, Atlanta, and Kendall Gill, Seattle 4; Nate McMillan and Detlef Schrempf, Seattle 3; Muggsy Bogues, Charlotte, and Anfernee Hardaway, Orlando 2; Jeff Hornacek, Utah, John Starks, New York, Jim Jackson, Dallas, Ron Harper, LA Clippers, Tom Gugliotta, Washington, Derrick McKey, Indiana, Clarence Weatherspoon, Philadelphia, and Chris Webber, Golden State 1.

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