All-NBA teams announced: Doncic, Antetokounmpo and Booker headline selections

Planet Sport outline the recently announced all-NBA teams, which features an incredibly young yet talented roster.

The NBA has a ton of talent across the league, with many well-established superstars and rising prospects that generate an abundance of headlines.

With the squad now announced, let's take a look at every player who made the All-NBA teams!

First Team

G - Luka Doncic - Dallas Mavericks

Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks

Luka Doncic enjoyed a spectacular season this year, as he helped lead the Mavs to a top-four record in the Western Conference. With his all-around ability to score, facilitate and rebound, he has a real chance of being the MVP of the league one day.

G - Devin Booker - Phoenix Suns

Devin Booker, Phoenix Suns, NBA

Devin Booker led the Suns to the best record in the NBA, as he averaged a career-high 26.8 points per game this season.

F - Jayson Tatum - Boston Celtics

Jayson Tatum averaged a career-high 26.9 points per game while leading the Celtics to the second-best record in the Eastern Conference.

F - Giannis Antetokounmpo - Milwaukee Bucks

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Yet another great season for Giannis Antetokounmpo, as his averages and impact on the game has stayed at the same level as his MVP campaigns.

C - Nikola Jokic - Denver Nuggets

The now back-to-back MVP put in another great season all across the board. If it wasn't for Nikola Jokic's dominant play, the Nuggets wouldn't have come close to the playoffs this season.

Second Team

G - Stephen Curry - Golden State Warriors

Steph Curry, Golden State Warriors

Stephen Curry's shooting this season wasn't as great as in year's past, but him leading the Warriors to one of the best records in the league is indicative of his leadership.

G - Ja Morant - Memphis Grizzlies

Ja Morant, Memphis Grizzlies

Ja Morant put the Grizzlies on the map with his highlight reel-worthy dunks and layups all season long. He's going to be a superstar for years to come.

F - Kevin Durant - Brooklyn Nets

Kevin Durant, Brooklyn Nets vs Boston Celtics

Leading a squad to the playoffs without Kyrie Irving and a checked-out James Harden for most of the season, Kevin Durant put up another great season. If he stayed healthy, he could've been the MVP.

F - DeMar DeRozan - Chicago Bulls

Putting up nearly 28 points per game on over 50 percent shooting, DeMar DeRozan deserves this honor.

C - Joel Embiid - Philadelphia 76ers

Philadelphia 76ers centre Joel Embiid

Averaging over 30 points per game on nearly 50 percent shooting, Joel Embiid continues to establish himself as a dominant force on both ends of the floor.

Third Team

G - Trae Young - Atlanta Hawks

Trae Young

Trae Young continues to be a lights-out shooter from three. If the Hawks had more team success, Young could've made the second team.

G - Chris Paul - Phoenix Suns

At the age of 37, Chris Paul continues to get it done as a scorer and playmaker. Huge reason why the Suns finished with the league's best record.

F - LeBron James - Los Angeles Lakers

LeBron James

LeBron James is still one of the league's most electrifying players at the age of 37. He's not slowing down any time soon.

F - Pascal Siakam - Toronto Raptors

With the ability to score, pass, rebound and defend, Pascal Siakam was a big reason why the Raptors were as successful as they were this season.

C - Karl-Anthony Towns - Minnesota Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves' Karl-Anthony Towns

With his ability to shoot the three, drive to the rim and play in the post, Karl-Anthony Towns is a generational talent to score the ball at his size. He and the Timberwolves will be a problem for years to come.

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