The 2016-17 All-NBA Teams have been revealed by the NBA. The voting breakdown for each player is included below. Only one player, the Houston Rockets' James Harden, was on every first-team ballot.
The most notable storyline coming out of the All-NBA teams is that both Gordon Hayward and Paul George failed to make the list. As a result, their respective teams have lost out on the chance to offer them the new super max deal, with is worth $207 million over five years.
James Harden, Rockets (500 points - unanimous)
LeBron James, Cavs (498 points)
Russell Westbrook, Thunder (498 points)
Kawhi Leonard, Spurs (490 points)
Anthony Davis, Pelicans (343 points)
Stephen Curry, Warriors (290 points)
Isaiah Thomas, Celtics (236 points)
Giannis Antetokounmpo, Bucks (258 points)
Kevin Durant, Warriors (239 points)
Rudy Gobert, Jazz (339 points)
DeMar DeRozan, Raptors (62 points)
John Wall, Wizards (125 points)
Jimmy Butler, Bulls (102 points)
Draymond Green, Warriors (134 points)
DeAndre Jordan, Clippers (54 points)
One voter left LeBron James and Russell Westbrook off their ballots. LeBron becomes just the second player to ever reach 11 straight All-NBA first team selections, joining Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone.
The leading voter getters who just missed out were Minnesota's with Karl-Anthony Towns 50, Chris Pau of the Clippers with 49 and Marc Gasol from Memphis with 48. George and Hayward weren't all that close to making the list. Hayward had only 27 points, while George had 40.Back to the NBA Newsfeed