NEW YORK (AP) _ Karl Malone, who won the NBA's MVP award last week for the second time in three years, today became the first player ever to make 11 All-NBA first teams.

Joining the Utah Jazz power forward on the first team were San Antonio's Tim Duncan, Miami's Alonzo Mourning, Philadelphia's Allen Iverson and Jason Kidd of Phoenix.

Six players had been on 10 All-NBA teams _ Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Elgin Baylor, Bob Cousy, Bob Pettit and Jerry West.

Malone received 113 first-team votes and 580 points from the panel of 118 writers and broadcasters. Next was Duncan with 112 first-team votes and 576 points.

Mourning received 95 first-team votes and 542 points, Iverson had 93 first-team votes and 532 points, followed by Kidd with 86 first-team votes and 516 points.

Voted to the second team were Chris Webber of Sacramento, Grant Hill of Detroit, Shaquille O'Neal of the Los Angeles Lakers, Gary Payton of Seattle and Tim Hardaway of Miami.

Kevin Garnett of Minnesota, Antonio McDyess of Denver, Hakeem Olajuwon of Houston, Kobe Bryant of the Lakers and John Stockton of Utah made the third team.