LeBron James sets record with 16th selection to All-NBA team

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James made history when was named to a 16th All-NBA team in his 17-year career, snapping a tie with Hall of Famers Tim Duncan, Kobe Bryant and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the most in league history.

In addition to breaking the tie with those three legends, James extended his record by being named to his 13th All-NBA first team. James, who made 11 straight first teams before the first significant injury of his career cut short last season- his first with the Lakers- and saw him drop to he third team, showed he still is arguably the best player on the planet at age 35. His dominant season saw him lead the NBA in assists for the first time in his career.