NEW YORK — For Cleveland's LeBron James, there was history. For Houston's James Harden, there was affirmation. James and Harden headlined the All-NBA first team that was unveiled Thursday. James made the first team for a record-tying 11th time, matching the mark set by Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone. Harden was the only player unanimously selected as a first-teamer this year, returning to that group for the third time in the past four seasons. Joining James and Harden on the first team: Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook, San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard and New Orleans' Anthony Davis. Westbrook, Leonard and Davis all are first-teamers for the second time. James and Westbrook were on 99 first-team ballots, and second-team on the lone other.Indiana's Paul George and Utah's Gordon Hayward fell well short of making any of the three All-NBA teams, which means they won't be eligible to get the "supermax" extensions from their teams this summer.DECISION TIME FOR FALL: The deadline for Tacko Fall to make his NBA decision is fast approaching, but the UCF center still isn't sure what he is going to do. The 7-foot-6 post player has not hired an agent and has until Wednesday to decide whether to remain in the draft or return to the Knights for his junior season. Fall is going through predraft workouts and interviews for several teams, and the nearby Magic was his latest stop Thursday. "It has been really stressful just really thinking about it," Fall said after his workout at the Magic's practice facility. "It's a great decision, the most important decision I've ever had since I chose a college really."