Poll: 2017 All-NBA Second Team

In an NBA season packed with incredible performances and remarkable statistical achievements, we’re letting you decide which 15 players are most deserving of All-NBA recognition.

On Tuesday, we opened voting for the All-NBA First Team, and 24 hours later, we have clear answers for which five players you believe deserve spots on that team. James Harden and Russell Westbrook ran away with the two guard spots, while LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard comfortably won the vote for forwards. At center, Anthony Davis topped all challengers to earn a spot on our All-NBA First Team.

The voting results so far:

All-NBA First Team

With four clear-cut MVP candidates on the First Team, the choices were somewhat straightforward, but that’s not the case for the next 10 spots, where there should be several interesting races. We’re moving on today to the All-NBA Second Team, so cast your votes below for the two guards, two forwards, and one center that you believe are most deserving of being named to that squad.

You’ll have about 24 hours for this round of voting before we move on to the All-NBA Third Team on Thursday. You’ll also have the opportunity to select two players apiece in the guard and forward polls, so be sure to take advantage of that. And if there’s a player not listed below that you believe deserves All-NBA consideration, be sure to mention him in the comments section too — if I agree, I’ll make sure he’s included in our All-NBA Third Team poll.

Guards:

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Forwards:

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Center:

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7 thoughts on “Poll: 2017 All-NBA Second Team

  1. Banks

    The Only Two who deservs to make it are Towns and Jokic. But nobody Votes for Jokic because he is not a Big Name in the NBA

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    • Knicks Fan

      Jokic is one of my favorite players. But I agree nobody will vote for them.

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      • JT19

        For second team All-NBA? DeMarcus Cousins was better than both of them this past year so he’s definitely ahead of both. I can see an argument for either one (or both) for the third All-NBA team, but they’re definitely not the 2nd best bigs in the league. Even Marc Gasol deserves just as much respect even if he doesn’t put up the numbers. He’s the anchor of the Grizzlies defense and top 3 most efficient offensive centers in the league.

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  2. ElCapitan

    Voting results so far? Did you start from the beginning, since one of the top 3 players at guard was left off? If not, the voting is skewed and the poll is worthless. How Steph was left off is mind bending, the two time MVP. The first response I got was that you assumed Steph would not be all NBA. But Kyle Lowry has a chance? Kemba Walker?

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    • Luke Adams

      If you revisit yesterday’s post/comments section, you’ll see that we reset voting and published a new poll for First Team guards with Curry included. Leaving him off initially wasn’t intentional.

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    • BaltimoreMatthew23

      I did Curry/Wall/Antetokounmpo/Griffin/Towns

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