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MVP is the most important individual accolade an NBA player can win, so we decided to put together a list of how legends did in MVP voting throughout their careers, ranking them by the number of seasons they received votes.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar owns the record for most MVPs for one player with six and it will be very hard to beat, but he’s not the leader in most seasons with MVP votes, which belongs to LeBron James with 19.

In case you’re wondering, Michael Jordan comes at No. 6 in this ranking, receiving votes in merely 13 seasons.

Check out the rest of these rankings below.

1
LeBron James: MVP votes in 19 seasons

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1st: 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
2nd: 2006, 2014, 2018, 2020
3rd: 2011, 2015, 2016
4th: 2008, 2017
5th: 2007
6th: 2005
9th: 2004
10th: 2022
11th: 2019
13th: 2021

2
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 17 seasons

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Los Angeles Lakers

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1st: 1971, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1980
2nd: 1973
3rd: 1970, 1981
4th: 1978, 1979, 1984, 1985
5th: 1975, 1986
10th: 1982, 1983

3
Tim Duncan: 16 seasons

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1st: 2002, 2003
2nd: 2001, 2004
3rd: 1999
4th: 2005, 2007
5th: 1998, 2000
7th: 2008, 2013
8th: 2006
10th: 2015
11th: 2009
12th: 2014
14th: 2012

4
Karl Malone: 15 seasons

Karl Malone

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1st: 1997, 1999
2nd: 1998
3rd: 1989, 1995
4th: 1990, 1992, 2000
5th: 1991
7th: 1994, 1996, 2001
8th: 1988, 1993
12th: 1987

5
Shaquille O'Neal: 14 seasons

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1st: 2000
2nd: 1995, 2005
3rd: 2001, 2002
4th: 1994, 1998
5th: 2003
6th: 1999, 2004
7th: 1993
9th: 1996, 1997
12th: 2007

6
Michael Jordan: 13 seasons

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1st: 1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1998
2nd: 1987, 1989, 1997
3rd: 1990, 1993
6th: 1985
11th: 1995
13th: 2002

7
Kobe Bryant: 13 seasons

Kobe Bryant, LA Lakers

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1st: 2008
2nd: 2009
3rd: 2003, 2007, 2010
4th: 2006, 2011, 2012
5th: 2002, 2004, 2013
9th: 2001
12th: 2000

8
Hakeem Olajuwon: 13 seasons

Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Rockets

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1st: 1994
2nd: 1993
4th: 1986, 1996
5th: 1989, 1995
7th: 1987, 1988, 1990, 1997
12th: 1985
13th: 1999
18th: 1991

9
Bill Russell: 12 seasons

Bill Russell, Boston Celtics

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1st: 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965
2nd: 1959, 1960
3rd: 1964, 1967
4th: 1966, 1969
7th: 1957

10
Larry Bird: 12 seasons

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1st: 1984, 1985, 1986
2nd: 1981, 1982, 1983, 1988
3rd: 1987
4th: 1980
9th: 1991
10th: 1990
14th: 1992

11
Magic Johnson: 12 seasons

Magic Johnson, LA Lakers

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1st: 1987, 1989, 1990
2nd: 1985, 1991
3rd: 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988
8th: 1982
11th: 1981
12th: 1996

12
Charles Barkley: 12 seasons

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1st: 1993
2nd: 1990
4th: 1988, 1991
6th: 1986, 1987, 1989, 1995
10th: 1994
12th: 1992, 1996
16th: 1997

13
Dirk Nowitzki: 12 seasons

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1st: 2007
3rd: 2005, 2006
6th: 2011
7th: 2003, 2010
8th: 2002
10th: 2004, 2009
11th: 2008
12th: 2012
14th: 2014

14
John Stockton: 12 seasons

John Stockton

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7th: 1989
8th: 1995
9th: 1990
10th: 1988, 1993
11th: 1994, 1996
12th: 1991, 1992
13th: 1998
15th: 1997, 2001

15
Wilt Chamberlain: 11 seasons

Wilt Chamberlain, LA Lakers

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1st: 1960, 1966, 1967, 1968
2nd: 1962, 1964
3rd: 1972
4th: 1961, 1973
5th: 1965
7th: 1963

16
Moses Malone: 11 seasons

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1st: 1979, 1982, 1983
3rd: 1985
4th: 1981
6th: 1977
9th: 1980
10th: 1984, 1986, 1987
13th: 1989

17
Oscar Robertson: 11 seasons

Oscar Robertson

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1st: 1964
2nd: 1965
3rd: 1962, 1963, 1966
4th: 1967
5th: 1961, 1968, 1971
15th: 1972
16th: 1970

18
Chris Paul: 11 seasons

Chris Paul, Phoenix Suns

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2nd: 2008
3rd: 2012
4th: 2013
5th: 2009, 2021
6th: 2015, 2016
7th: 2014, 2020
9th: 2022
13th: 2011

19
Kevin Durant: 10 seasons

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1st: 2014
2nd: 2010, 2012, 2013
5th: 2011, 2016
7th: 2018
8th: 2019
9th: 2017
10th: 2022

20
David Robinson: 10 seasons

David Robinson dunk

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1st: 1995
2nd: 1994, 1996
3rd: 1991, 1992
6th: 1990, 1993
7th: 1998
10th: 2001
12th: 1999

21
Kevin Garnett: 10 seasons

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1st: 2004
2nd: 2000, 2003
3rd: 2008
5th: 2001
9th: 2007
10th: 1999
11th: 2005
12th: 2002, 2013

22
Jerry West: 10 seasons

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2nd: 1966, 1970, 1971, 1972
3rd: 1965
5th: 1962, 1963, 1964
6th: 1973
12th: 1961

23
Isiah Thomas: 10 seasons

Isiah Thomas vs Michael Jordan

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5th: 1984
8th: 1987
9th: 1985, 1986
12th: 1988
13th: 1990, 1991
16th: 1983
17th: 1982, 1989

24
Bob Pettit: Nine seasons

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1st: 1956, 1959
2nd: 1957, 1961
3rd: 1960
4th: 1958, 1963, 1964
6th: 1962

25
Stephen Curry: Nine seasons

1st: 2015, 2016
3rd: 2021
5th: 2019
6th: 2014, 2017
8th: 2022
10th: 2018
11th: 2013

26
James Harden: Nine seasons

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1st: 2018
2nd: 2015, 2017, 2019
3rd: 2020
5th: 2014
8th: 2013
9th: 2016
13th: 2021

27
Elgin Baylor: Nine seasons

2nd: 1963
3rd: 1959, 1961, 1968
4th: 1962
5th: 1960, 1969
6th: 1964
15th: 1970

28
Steve Nash: Eight seasons

1st: 2005, 2006
2nd: 2007
8th: 2010
9th: 2008, 2012
11th: 2003
14th: 2002

29
Julius Erving: Eight seasons

1st: 1981
2nd: 1980
3rd: 1982
5th: 1977, 1983
6th: 1984
10th: 1978
22nd: 1985

30
Allen Iverson: Eight seasons

1st: 2001
4th: 1999
5th: 2005
6th: 2003
7th: 2000
9th: 2002
10th: 2006
17th: 1997

31
Bob Cousy: Eight seasons

1st: 1957
3rd: 1956
4th: 1959, 1960
6th: 1958, 1961
8th: 1962, 1963

32
Russell Westbrook: Eight seasons

1st: 2017
4th: 2015, 2016
5th: 2018
9th: 2013
10th: 2019
11th: 2021
12th: 2012

33
Jason Kidd: Eight seasons

2nd: 2002
5th: 1999
8th: 2001, 2004
9th: 2003
11th: 2000
13th: 1995, 1998

34
Dwyane Wade: Eight seasons

3rd: 2009
5th: 2010
6th: 2006
7th: 2011
8th: 2005
10th: 2012, 2013
12th: 2007

35
Gary Payton: Eight seasons

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3rd: 1998
6th: 1994, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2002
9th: 1995, 1999

36
John Havlicek: Eight seasons

4th: 1972
5th: 1973
6th: 1971
7th: 1975
9th: 1974
10th: 1963, 1970
24th: 1976

37
Patrick Ewing: Eight seasons

4th: 1989, 1993, 1995
5th: 1990, 1992, 1994
8th: 1997
11th: 1991

38
Clyde Drexler: Seven seasons

2nd: 1992
5th: 1988
6th: 1991
10th: 1993
12th: 1990
14th: 1995
22nd: 1985

39
Dominique Wilkins: Seven seasons

2nd: 1986
5th: 1987, 1993
6th: 1988
8th: 1991
11th: 1994
17th: 1985

40
George Gervin: Seven seasons

2nd: 1978, 1979
3rd: 1980
5th: 1981
6th: 1982
9th: 1983
11th: 1977

41
Bob Lanier: Seven seasons

3rd: 1974
4th: 1977
9th: 1972
10th: 1978
13th: 1975
14th: 1973
22nd: 1981

42
Elvin Hayes: Seven seasons

3rd: 1975, 1979
5th: 1974
7th: 1977
8th: 1976
10th: 1973
17th: 1972

43
Tony Parker: Seven seasons

5th: 2012
6th: 2013
8th: 2009
9th: 2006
12th: 2011, 2014
15th: 2007

44
Giannis Antetokounmpo: Six seasons

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks

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1st: 2019, 2020
3rd: 2022
4th: 2021
6th: 2018
7th: 2017

45
Bernard King: Six seasons

2nd: 1984
7th: 1985
14th: 1981, 1982
16th: 1983, 1991

46
Dolph Schayes: Six seasons

Dolph Schayes

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2nd: 1958
4th: 1957
5th: 1956
6th: 1959
8th: 1960, 1961

47
Kawhi Leonard: Six seasons

2nd: 2016
3rd: 2017
5th: 2020
9th: 2019
10th: 2015
13th: 2021

48
Nate Thurmond: Six seasons

2nd: 1967
8th: 1971, 1972, 1974
9th: 1973
11th: 1970

49
Carmelo Anthony: Six seasons

3rd: 2013
6th: 2010
13th: 2008
14th: 2004
15th: 2007, 2014

50
Scottie Pippen: Six seasons

3rd: 1994
5th: 1996
7th: 1995
9th: 1992
10th: 1998
11th: 1997

51
Tiny Archibald: Six seasons

3rd: 1973
5th: 1980
6th: 1975
9th: 1976, 1981
15th: 1972

52
Tracy McGrady: Six seasons

4th: 2002, 2003
6th: 2001, 2007
7th: 2005
8th: 2008

53
Walt Frazier: Six seasons

4th: 1970
6th: 1974
7th: 1973
11th: 1972
15th: 1975
17th: 1976

54
Alex English: Six seasons

6th: 1983
8th: 1986
11th: 1988
12th: 1985
13th: 1982
14th: 1987

55
Bob Love: Six seasons

6th: 1972
7th: 1971
11th: 1973
15th: 1974
16th: 1970
19th: 1975

56
Dave Cowens: Five seasons

1st: 1973
2nd: 1975
3rd: 1976
4th: 1974
7th: 1972

57
Wes Unseld: Five seasons

1st: 1969
8th: 1970
9th: 1975
11th: 1976
14th: 1973

58
Dwight Howard: Five seasons

2nd: 2011
4th: 2009, 2010
5th: 2008
7th: 2012

59
Paul Arizin: Five seasons

2nd: 1956
3rd: 1957
5th: 1959
8th: 1958
16th: 1961

60
Dave Bing: Five seasons

3rd: 1971
4th: 1968
6th: 1976
11th: 1974
19th: 1973

61
Grant Hill: Five seasons

3rd: 1997
8th: 1999, 2000
9th: 1996, 1998

62
Pete Maravich: Five seasons

3rd: 1977
15th: 1976
17th: 1974
19th: 1973
21st: 1972

63
Chris Webber: Five seasons

4th: 2001
7th: 1999, 2002
9th: 2000
10th: 2003

64
Damian Lillard: Five seasons

4th: 2018
6th: 2019
7th: 2021
8th: 2016, 2020

65
Rick Barry: Five seasons

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4th: 1975, 1976
5th: 1967
7th: 1974
19th: 1973

66
Robert Parish: Five seasons

4th: 1982
7th: 1981
11th: 1989
12th: 1987
14th: 1991

67
Sidney Moncrief: Five seasons

4th: 1983
7th: 1982, 1986
8th: 1984, 1985

68
Marques Johnson: Five seasons

6th: 1981
10th: 1978
14th: 1984
17th: 1982
21st: 1983

69
Adrian Dantley: Five seasons

7th: 1984
12th: 1981
14th: 1988
15th: 1982
16th: 1986

70
Buck Williams: Five seasons

7th: 1983
10th: 1990
14th: 1988
16th: 1986
21st: 1982

71
Jack Sikma: Five seasons

7th: 1979
9th: 1982
11th: 1983
15th: 1981
17th: 1985

72
Kevin Johnson: Five seasons

7th: 1991
8th: 1989
11th: 1994
15th: 1992
17th: 1997

73
Paul Pierce: Five seasons

7th: 2009
11th: 2002, 2003
13th: 2001
14th: 2008

74
Nikola Jokic: Four seasons

1st: 2021, 2022
4th: 2019
9th: 2020

75
Bob McAdoo: Four seasons

Bob McAdoo

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1st: 1975
2nd: 1974, 1976
10th: 1978

76
Joel Embiid: Four seasons

2nd: 2021, 2022
7th: 2019
12th: 2018

77
Alonzo Mourning: Four seasons

2nd: 1999
3rd: 2000
12th: 1997
14th: 1996

78
Anthony Davis: Four seasons

3rd: 2018
5th: 2015
6th: 2020
9th: 2017

79
Billy Cunningham: Four seasons

3rd: 1969
5th: 1970
9th: 1971
21st: 1972

80
Tim Hardaway: Four seasons

4th: 1997
6th: 1998
8th: 1992
19th: 1991

81
Chauncey Billups: Four seasons

5th: 2006
6th: 2009
11th: 2007
12th: 2010

82
Dennis Johnson: Four seasons

5th: 1980
8th: 1981
18th: 1986
21st: 1982

83
Spencer Haywood: Four seasons

5th: 1972
7th: 1973
13th: 1975
17th: 1974

84
Terry Cummings: Four seasons

5th: 1985
11th: 1986
13th: 1983
17th: 1989

85
Jack Twyman: Four seasons

6th: 1960
8th: 1957
10th: 1959
11th: 1961

86
Amare Stoudemire: Four seasons

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6th: 2008
9th: 2005, 2011
10th: 2010
14th: 2007

87
Mark Price: Four seasons

7th: 1992
8th: 1993
9th: 1994
10th: 1989

88
Richie Guerin: Four seasons

7th: 1962
11th: 1959
12th: 1960
15th: 1961

89
Shawn Kemp: Four seasons

7th: 1994
8th: 1996
10th: 1993
11th: 1999

90
Artis Gilmore: Four seasons

8th: 1978, 1983
10th: 1977
22nd: 1981

91
Kenny Sears: Four seasons

8th: 1957, 1959
12th: 1958
16th: 1961

92
Cliff Hagan: Four seasons

9th: 1959
11th: 1958
14th: 1960, 1961

93
Norm Van Lier: Four seasons

9th: 1974
11th: 1975, 1977
24th: 1976

94
Dennis Rodman: Four seasons

10th: 1992
11th: 1994
12th: 1995
15th: 1996

95
Joe Dumars: Four seasons

10th: 1993
13th: 1990
15th: 1991
17th: 1989

96
Vince Carter: Four seasons

Vince Carter, 2000

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10th: 2000
11th: 2001
13th: 2005
16th: 1999

97
Bill Walton: Three seasons

1st: 1978
2nd: 1977
24th: 1976

98
Derrick Rose: Three seasons

1st: 2011
9th: 2021
11th: 2012

99
Willis Reed: Three seasons

1st: 1970
2nd: 1969
4th: 1971

100
Blake Griffin: Three seasons

3rd: 2014
8th: 2015
10th: 2011

101
David Thompson: Three seasons

3rd: 1978
7th: 1977
8th: 1979

102
Penny Hardaway: Three seasons

3rd: 1996
10th: 1995
16th: 1999

103
Luka Doncic: Three seasons

4th: 2020
5th: 2022
6th: 2021

104
Kevin McHale: Three seasons

Kevin McHale

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4th: 1987
13th: 1986
19th: 1991

105
Sam Jones: Three seasons

4th: 1965
5th: 1966
9th: 1964

106
Dan Roundfield: Three seasons

5th: 1980
11th: 1982
20th: 1983

107
Gus Williams: Three seasons

5th: 1982
8th: 1980
18th: 1983

108
Jerry Lucas: Three seasons

5th: 1966
9th: 1964
13th: 1972

109
Maurice Stokes: Three seasons

5th: 1958
6th: 1957
7th: 1956

110
Walter Davis: Three seasons

5th: 1978
10th: 1979
24th: 1981

111
Maurice Lucas: Three seasons

6th: 1978
9th: 1977
14th: 1983

112
World B. Free: Three seasons

6th: 1979
14th: 1984
20th: 1985

113
Ben Wallace: Three seasons

7th: 2004
8th: 2003
10th: 2002

114
Gene Shue: Three seasons

7th: 1960
10th: 1961
14th: 1959

115
LaMarcus Aldridge: Three seasons

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7th: 2015
9th: 2018
10th: 2014

116
Tom Gola: Three seasons

7th: 1956
8th: 1960
11th: 1959

117
Manu Ginobili: Three seasons

8th: 2011
10th: 2008
11th: 2010

118
DeMar DeRozan: Three seasons

8th: 2018
10th: 2022
11th: 2017

119
Phil Chenier: Three seasons

8th: 1975
11th: 1974
17th: 1976

120
Truck Robinson: Three seasons

8th: 1978
19th: 1981
24th: 1976

121
Brad Daugherty: Three seasons

10th: 1993
11th: 1989, 1992

122
Dave DeBusschere: Three seasons

10th: 1972
11th: 1973, 1974

123
Jamaal Wilkes: Three seasons

10th: 1981
17th: 1976
21st: 1982

124
Mark Aguirre: Three seasons

11th: 1984
14th: 1988
15th: 1987

125
Walt Bellamy: Three seasons

11th: 1963
12th: 1970
25th: 1972

126
Earl Monroe: Three seasons

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12th: 1976
16th: 1970, 1975

127
Sidney Wicks: Three seasons

12th: 1975
16th: 1973
17th: 1972

128
Michael Finley: Three seasons

13th: 2000
15th: 2001
18th: 1998

129
Mitch Richmond: Three seasons

13th: 1997
15th: 1998
16th: 1996

130
Lenny Wilkens: Two seasons

2nd: 1968
16th: 1973

131
George Yardley: Two seasons

3rd: 1958
5th: 1957

132
Paul George: Two seasons

3rd: 2019
9th: 2014

133
Joakim Noah: Two seasons

4th: 2014
12th: 2013

134
Mel Hutchins: Two seasons

4th: 1956
8th: 1957

135
Predrag Stojakovic: Two seasons

Predrag Stojakovic, Sacramento Kings

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4th: 2004
16th: 2002

136
Bill Sharman: Two seasons

5th: 1956
7th: 1958

137
Bob Dandridge: Two seasons

5th: 1979
24th: 1976

138
Connie Hawkins: Two seasons

5th: 1970
17th: 1972

139
George McGinnis: Two seasons

5th: 1976
11th: 1977

140
Glen Rice: Two seasons

5th: 1997
11th: 1998

141
Jayson Tatum: Two seasons

6th: 2022
12th: 2020

142
Chris Mullin: Two seasons

6th: 1992
13th: 1989

143
Gus Johnson: Two seasons

6th: 1964
10th: 1971

144
Kevin Love: Two seasons

6th: 2012
11th: 2014

145
Paul Westphal: Two seasons

6th: 1978
24th: 1976

146
Chris Bosh: Two seasons

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7th: 2007
12th: 2010

147
Elton Brand: Two seasons

7th: 2006
16th: 2002

148
Lou Hudson: Two seasons

7th: 1970
18th: 1973

149
Tom Heinsohn: Two seasons

7th: 1961
10th: 1960

150
Gilbert Arenas: Two seasons

8th: 2007
12th: 2005

151
Marc Gasol: Two seasons

8th: 2015
12th: 2013

152
Phil Ford: Two seasons

8th: 1979
12th: 1981

153
Rajon Rondo: Two seasons

8th: 2012
10th: 2011

154
Tom Chambers: Two seasons

8th: 1990
9th: 1989

155
Anthony Mason: Two seasons

9th: 1997
15th: 2001

156
Carlos Boozer: Two seasons

9th: 2007
14th: 2008

157
Deron Williams: Two seasons

9th: 2010
12th: 2008

158
Fat Lever: Two seasons

9th: 1987, 1988

159
Jeff Ruland: Two seasons

9th: 1984
12th: 1983

160
Jim Chones: Two seasons

9th: 1976
20th: 1975

161
Ray Allen: Two seasons

9th: 2005
11th: 2001

162
Walter Dukes: Two seasons

9th: 1958
11th: 1960

163
Baron Davis: Two seasons

10th: 2004
15th: 2007

164
Jimmy Butler: Two seasons

10th: 2018
11th: 2020

165
Rudy Gobert: Two seasons

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10th: 2021
11th: 2019

166
Shawn Marion: Two seasons

10th: 2006
14th: 2005

167
Clifford Ray: Two seasons

11th: 1974
16th: 1976

168
Jo Jo White: Two seasons

11th: 1977
20th: 1976

169
Clyde Lovellette: Two seasons

12th: 1958
13th: 1961

170
Joe Johnson: Two seasons

12th: 2010
15th: 2012

171
Willie Naulls: Two seasons

12th: 1960
16th: 1961

172
Yao Ming: Two seasons

12th: 2009
14th: 2004

173
Darrell Armstrong: Two seasons

13th: 2000
15th: 1999

174
Fred Brown: Two seasons

13th: 1976
21st: 1975

175
Mark Eaton: Two seasons

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13th: 1989
16th: 1985

176
Mark Jackson: Two seasons

13th: 1988
16th: 1999

177
Paul Pressey: Two seasons

13th: 1986
17th: 1985

178
Reggie Miller: Two seasons

13th: 2000
16th: 1998

179
Jerry Stackhouse: Two seasons

14th: 2001
15th: 2002

180
Micheal Ray Richardson: Two seasons

14th: 1985
17th: 1981

181
Paul Silas: Two seasons

14th: 1972, 1976

182
Rasheed Wallace: Two seasons

14th: 2008
16th: 1999

183
Lucius Allen: Two seasons

15th: 1974
19th: 1973

184
Steve Smith: Two seasons

16th: 1999
17th: 1997

185
Michael Cooper: Two seasons

17th: 1982
24th: 1981

186
Rudy Tomjanovich: Two seasons

17th: 1974
21st: 1975

187
Norm Nixon: Two seasons

21st: 1981
22nd: 1983

188
Players voted one season

Jermaine O’Neal: 3rd, 2004

Devin Booker: 4th, 2022

Isaiah Thomas: 5th, 2017

Hal Greer: 6th, 1964

Red Kerr: 6th, 1963

Ja Morant: 7th, 2022

John Wall: 7th, 2017

Draymond Green: 7th, 2016

Larry Costello: 7th, 1959

Phil Smith: 7th, 1976

Al Jefferson: 8th, 2014

Bill Bridges: 8th, 1970

Harry Gallatin: 8th, 1957

Julius Randle: 8th, 2021

Ray Felix: 8th, 1957

Terry Dischinger: 8th, 1963

Vin Baker: 8th, 1998

Bailey Howell: 9th, 1961

Brandon Roy: 9th, 2009

Terry Porter: 9th, 1991

Wayne Embry: 9th, 1964

Klay Thompson: 10th, 2015

Kyle Lowry: 10th, 2016

Marvin Webster: 10th, 1978

Pascal Siakam: 10th, 2020

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Ralph Sampson: 10th, 1985

Sam Cassell: 10th, 2004

Sam Lacey: 10th, 1975

Vern Mikkelsen: 10th, 1958

Calvin Natt: 11th, 1985

Dick McGuire: 11th, 1959

Jamal Mashburn: 11th, 2003

John Barnhill: 11th, 1963

Kelly Tripucka: 11th, 1982

Kevin Willis: 11th, 1994

Latrell Sprewell: 11th, 1994

Mookie Blaylock: 11th, 1994

Steve Johnson: 11th, 1987

Antoine Walker: 12th, 1998

Archie Clark: 12th, 1972

Ben Simmons: 12th, 2021

Bill Laimbeer: 12th, 1984

David Lee: 12th, 2013

James Worthy: 12th, 1986

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Joe Caldwell: 12th, 1970

Neil Johnston: 12th, 1958

Stephen Jackson: 12th, 2010

Ty Lawson: 12th, 2013

Walt Hazzard: 12th, 1970

Alvin Robertson: 13th, 1986

Andrei Kirilenko: 13th, 2004

Arvydas Sabonis: 13th, 1999

Dikembe Mutombo: 13th, 1997

Elmore Smith: 13th, 1973

Jalen Rose: 13th, 2000

Larry Nance: 13th, 1989

Rickey Green: 13th, 1984

Victor Oladipo: 13th, 2018

Al Bianchi: 14th, 1959

Antawn Jamison: 14th, 2008

Marcus Camby: 14th, 2005

Michael Adams: 14th, 1988

Michael Redd: 14th, 2004

PJ Brown: 14th, 2005

Alton Lister: 15th, 1983

Andrew Toney: 15th, 1985

Cedric Ceballos: 15th, 1995

Joe Barry Carroll: 15th, 1987

Kelvin Ransey: 15th, 1981

Rolando Blackman: 15th, 1987

Chet Walker: 16th, 1975

Danny Manning: 16th, 1992

Detlef Schrempf: 16th, 1992

Glenn Robinson: 16th, 1999

Goran Dragic: 16th, 2014

Mike Bantom: 16th, 1975

Mike Bibby: 16th, 2002

Otto Moore: 16th, 1970

Ray Williams: 16th, 1982

Rik Smits: 16th, 1998

Terrell Brandon: 16th, 1996

Cazzie Russell: 17th, 1972

Clyde Lee: 17th, 1974

Dan Issel: 17th, 1982

Kenny Smith: 17th, 1991

Mike Conley: 17th, 2014

Otis Birdsong: 17th, 1981

Tom Gugliotta: 17th, 1997

Larry Drew: 18th, 1983

Rod Strickland: 18th, 1998

Reggie Theus: 19th, 1981

Doug Collins: 20th, 1976

John Drew: 20th, 1976

Purvis Short: 20th, 1985

Steve Mix: 20th, 1976

Gail Goodrich: 21st, 1972

Jay Vincent: 21st, 1982

Jerry Sloan: 21st, 1972

Mychal Thompson: 21st, 1982

Mychal Thompson, Los Angeles Lakers

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Kiki Vandeweghe: 22nd, 1983

Bobby Jones: 24th, 1981

George Johnson: 24th, 1981

James Silas: 24th, 1981

Mike Mitchell: 24th, 1981

Randy Smith: 24th, 1976

Bill Bradley: 25th, 1972

Fred Carter: 25th, 1972

Caldwell Jones: 30th, 1981

Quinn Buckner: 30th, 1981

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