OKC Thunder: Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook named to All-NBA teams

FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: May 24, 2012
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Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant was named to the All-NBA First Team and guard Russell Westbrook was named to the All-NBA Second Team, it was announced Thursday.

Durant was named to the All-NBA First Team for a third consecutive season after leading the Thunder with 18 doubles-doubles and on Feb. 19 vs. Denver, he recorded a career-best 51 points.

received All-NBA Second Team honors for a second straight season after securing five first place votes and 239 total points.

Westbrook currently maintains the longest active games played streak in the NBA (312 games) and registered the fifth highest scoring average in the NBA (23.6 ppg) while leading the Thunder in assists (5.5 apg) during the 2011-12 season.

ALL-NBA FIRST TEAM

Position — Player, Team (1st Team Votes) — Points

Forward — LeBron James, Miami (118) — 596

Forward — Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City (117) — 591

Center — Dwight Howard, Orlando (75) — 476

Guard — Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers (104) — 568

Guard — Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers (74) — 484

ALL-NBA SECOND TEAM

Position — Player, Team (1st Team Votes) — Points

Forward — Kevin Love, Minnesota (16) — 365

Forward — Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers — 170

Center — Andrew Bynum, L.A. Lakers (33) — 400

Guard — Tony Parker, San Antonio (41) — 367

Guard — Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City (5) — 239

ALL-NBA THIRD TEAM

Position — Player, Team (1st Team Votes) — Points

Forward — Carmelo Anthony, New York (1) — 154

Forward — Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas — 136

Center — Tyson Chandler, New York (4) — 60

Guard — Dwyane Wade, Miami (1) — 235

Guard — Rajon Rondo, Boston (4) — 142



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