Kevin Durant joined a star-studded bunch on the All-NBA First Team, announced Wednesday by the league.
Durant earned his fifth All-NBA First Team selection and was the only unanimous selection, appearing on all 125 ballots as a First-Team selection. Miami Heat forward LeBron James appeared on 124 of 125 ballots.
Joining Durant and LeBron on the First Team are Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul, Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah and Houston Rockets guard James Harden.
The All-NBA Second Team consists of guards Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs and Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, forwards Blake Griffin of the Clippers and Kevin Love of the Minnesota Timberwolves and center Dwight Howard of the Rockets.
The All-NBA Third Team includes the Portland Trail Blazers’ Damian Lillard and the Phoenix Suns’ Goran Dragic at guard, the Indiana Pacers’ Paul George and the Trail Blazers’ LaMarcus Aldridge at forward and the Charlotte Hornets’ Al Jefferson at center.
Thunder guard Russell Westbrook received 32 votes, including one first-place vote.