All-NBA First, Second And Third Teams Announced

The NBA has officially announced the league's first, second and third teams. The entire teams are listed below, along with the votes received.

Forward LeBron James (637 votes)
Forward Kawhi Leonard (575 votes)
Center DeAndre Jordan (317 votes)
Guard Stephen Curry (645 votes) 
Guard Russell Westbrook (627 votes) 

Forward Kevin Durant (452 votes)
Forward Draymond Green (431 votes) 
Center DeMarcus Cousins (277 votes) 
Guard Chris Paul (353 votes)
Guard Damian Lillard (217 votes) 

Forward Paul George (157 votes)
Forward LaMarcus Aldridge (103 votes)
Center Andre Drummond (173 votes)
Guard Klay Thompson (164 votes)
Guard Kyle Lowry (155 votes) 

Stephen Curry was the only unanimous first-team selection. Four voters left off LeBron James. Jordan received the eighth-most votes, but becuse he's a center, he made the First-Team squad. 

Among the notable players left off the teams are Anthony Davis, James Harden and Paul Millsap. Davis missed a significant portion of the season, but did get a first place vote. Harden was the leading vote getter to miss the list, with 106 votes. Millsap was second with 84. Both Davis and Al Horford had 76 votes. Hassan Whiteside had just 24 votes, but did pick up a first place nod. 

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