In an NBA season packed with incredible individual performances, we asked you to decide which 15 players are most deserving of All-NBA recognition.
Last week, we opened voting for the All-NBA First Team. We moved on to the Second Team on Monday, then opened the polls for the Third Team on Wednesday. The results of all those polls are in, so let’s check them out.
- Guard: James Harden (Rockets)
- Guard: Stephen Curry (Warriors)
- Forward: Giannis Antetokounmpo (Bucks)
- Forward: Kevin Durant (Warriors)
- Center: Nikola Jokic (Nuggets)
- Guard: Damian Lillard (Trail Blazers)
- Guard: Russell Westbrook (Thunder)
- Forward: Paul George (Thunder)
- Forward: Kawhi Leonard (Raptors)
- Center: Joel Embiid (Sixers)
- Guard: Kyrie Irving (Celtics)
- Guard: Kemba Walker (Hornets)
- Forward: LeBron James (Lakers)
- Forward: Blake Griffin (Pistons)
- Center: Rudy Gobert (Jazz)
My own All-NBA Teams would look very similar to the ones you picked. I might flip Durant and George or Westbrook and Irving, and I’m still torn over Walker vs. Beal as the second guard on the Third Team. But if the All-NBA teams end up looking like the ones listed above, I wouldn’t be particularly surprised or disappointed.
What do you think? Do you disagree strongly with any of these choices? Do you expect major discrepancies when the official All-NBA teams are announced? Let us know in the comment section!