As part of the new collective bargaining agreement between the NBA and NBPA, All-NBA teams will reportedly be positionless, and players must appear in at least 65 games for consideration.

The NBA and NBPA announced early Saturday that they agreed to a seven-year CBA, which will begin with the 2023-24 season.

The positionless change is much-needed in today's NBA, where centers can handle the ball and shoot three-pointers like guards.