NBA Fans Are Upset About Snubs On The All-NBA Teams

Suns guard Devin Booker

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Arguably, no fans debate each other on social media like NBA fans. The debates often resemble the debates that music fans have about their favorite artists, and if you’ve ever been on that side of Twitter, you know that’s pretty serious. And, each year, the All-NBA teams spark contentious social media debate.

This year is no different. On Wednesday, the All-NBA teams were announced. Here they are.

LeBron James made another All-NBA Team. He has made it every year since missing it in his rookie year in 2003-2004,  and has now made nineteen straight All-NBA teams. Notably, two-time defending MVP Nikola Jokić, who was second in the voting this year behind Joel Embiid, was left off All-NBA first team. That’s because, for the final season, the NBA does it by positions, with two guards, two forwards and two centers being selected.

But, there are some notable other snubs for All-NBA. Some of them being Suns guard, Devin Booker, Grizzlies guard Ja Morant, and Hawks guard Trae Young. Here is what Twitter is saying.