LeBron, Westbrook headline 2017 All-NBA teams

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The All-NBA teams for the 2016-17 season were announced Thursday.

James Harden ended up being the only player to be unanimously voted to the All-NBA First Team, with both Russell Westbrook and LeBron James coming up one vote short. Those three, along with Kawhi Leonard and Stephen Curry, were the only five names to appear on every ballot.

The three teams are as follows, with their voting splits listed to the side:

All-NBA 1st Team

Player 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team Total
James Harden 100 0 0 500
Russell Westbrook 99 1 0 498
LeBron James 99 1 0 498
Kawhi Leonard 96 3 1 490
Anthony Davis 45 34 16 343

All-NBA 2nd Team

Player 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team Total
Stephen Curry 1 93 6 290
Isaiah Thomas 0 71 23 236
Giannis Antetokounmpo 0 81 15 258
Kevin Durant 3 66 26 239
Rudy Gobert 43 38 10 339

All-NBA 3rd Team

Player 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team Total
John Wall 0 19 68 125
DeMar DeRozan 0 4 50 62
Jimmy Butler 0 19 45 102
Draymond Green 4 21 51 134
DeAndre Jordan 3 7 18 54

Votes were tallied from 100 select media members who cover the NBA. Beyond handing out awards, these selections will impact the future earning potential of certain players.

Other players receiving votes (total): Karl-Anthony Towns (50); Chris Paul (49); Marc Gasol (48); DeMarcus Cousins (42); Paul George (40); Gordon Hayward (27); Hassan Whiteside (18); Kyrie Irving (14); Klay Thompson (14); Nikola Jokic (12); Damian Lillard (12); Paul Millsap (3); LaMarcus Aldridge (1); Blake Griffin (1); Al Horford (1).