Utah Jazz forward Karl Malone and guard John Stockton added more honors to their already long lists by being named to the All-NBA team, Tuesday afternoon.
Malone was a first-team selection, while Stockton was picked on the second team.Malone and Philadelphia's Charles Barkley both got 456 of a possible 460 points.The only player to garner more points was Los Angeles Laker guard Magic Johnson, who drew 458 points. Other first-team selections were Michael Jordan of Chicago (453) and Patrick Ewing of New York (344). Malone was named on 90 of 92 ballots cast by media members in NBA cities.
Houston's Akeem Olajuwon led the second team with 326 points, followed by Stockton with 241. Other second-team players were Phoenix's Kevin Johnson and Tom Chambers, and Boston's Larry Bird.
Third team selections were Clyde Drexler of Portland, Joe Dumars of Detroit, James Worthy of the L.A. Lakers, Chris Mullin of Golden State and David Robinson of San Antonio.