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See who made the All-NBA team

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See who made the All-NBA team

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NEW YORK (AP) -- LeBron James was the leading vote-getter for the All-NBA team, while Kobe Bryant earned his 10th first-team selection, tied for second on the career list. Bryant, a first-team pick for the seventh straight season, joined Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Elgin Baylor, Bob Cousy, Michael Jordan, Bob Pettit, and Jerry West with 10 selections to the first team. Karl Malone is the leader with 11. James, who won his third MVP award, received 118 of a possible 120 first-team votes on Thursday from a panel of U.S. writers and broadcasters. Joining him on the first team were scoring champion Kevin Durant, LA Clippers point guard Chris Paul and Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard. Guards Tony Parker and Russell Westbrook were selected the second team along with forwards Kevin Love and Blake Griffin and center Andrew Bynum.

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RGIII made his first NFL game appearance since 2017 - at receiver?

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RGIII made his first NFL game appearance since 2017 - at receiver?

In his first action since 2016, Robert Griffin, III took the field for the Ravens, lining up at receiver.

The former Heisman Trophy winner faked an end around with Lamar Jackson and gave a nod to the crowd as he returned to the sideline. 

Serving as a decoy on a first-quarter play would normally go unnoticed, but for the former first round draft pick it was a big step in his journey back to the NFL.

Once an electrifying rookie for the Redskins in 2012, injuries, clashes with teammates and coaches and the emergence of Kirk Cousins led to his departure from Washington following the 2015 season.

After spending one injury-shortened season in Cleveland, Griffin spent the entire 2017 season out of the NFL.

He signed a one-year contract with the Ravens in April. 

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Adrian Peterson ties John Riggins on all-time list with first TD vs. Texans

Adrian Peterson ties John Riggins on all-time list with first TD vs. Texans

LANDOVER, Md. -- It will go down as just a three-yard scamper in the game log, but Adrian Peterson's second-quarter touchdown vs. the Texans in Week 11 was a piece of history, too.

The score was the 104th on the ground in Peterson's career, which moved him into a tie for sixth on the NFL's all-time list.

What made the moment even cooler is that Peterson did it as a Redskin, and the man he tied for sixth is none other than Burgundy and Gold legend John Riggins.

It seems like each time No. 26 crosses the goal line these days, he's notching some sort of milestone.

Next on the list he's climbing is Jim Brown, who finished with 106.

Earlier this week, Peterson said his body is feeling "amazing" heading into the back portion of the season. So far, you can characterize his entire 2018 with that word, considering he was a free agent just before the year started.

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