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NBA Announces All-NBA Teams

The NBA announced the All-NBA teams on Thursday morning, and to no surprise, Stephen Curry, LeBron James and James Harden headline the All-NBA First Team.

Curry and James were the only two unanimous selections for the First Team, with both players receiving 129 first-place votes and the maximum 645 points. Harden received 125 first-place votes, while Anthony Davis got 119 first-place votes. Marc Gasol received 65 first-place votes to round out the First Team.

The All-NBA Second Team consists of Russell Westbrook, LaMarcus Aldridge, Chris Paul, Pau Gasol and DeMarcus Cousins. Out of that group, Cousins got the most first-place votes and Westbrook got the most overall points.

The All-NBA Third Team features Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, Tim Duncan, Klay Thompson and Kyrie Irving.

Here’s the full voting results for the three teams:

The 60-win Atlanta Hawks didn’t get anybody on these teams, and other notable snubs include Defensive Player of the Year Kawhi Leonard, John Wall and Jimmy Butler.

There were plenty of other interesting votes made, including one for Carmelo Anthony:

That person should have their vote revoked.

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