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May 05, 1987

Michael Cooper of the Lakers was named to the NBA's all-defensive team by the league's coaches.

Kevin McHale of the Boston Celtics joined Cooper as a first-team forward. Akeem Olajuwon of Houston was the center, and the guards were Alvin Robertson of San Antonio and Dennis Johnson of Boston.

The second team included forwards Paul Pressey of Milwaukee and Rodney McCray of Houston, center Mark Eaton of Utah, and guards Maurice Cheeks of Philadelphia and Derek Harper of Dallas.

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