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Davis named First Team All-NBA; Wall on Third Team

Anthony Davis lost $24 million last year by not being named to any of the All-NBA teams, a pretty costly bonus clause in his contract with the Pelicans. He jokingly said last week that it would mean a lot to be named All-NBA this season, “but last year it would’ve meant a lot more.”

Well today, Davis bounced back with First Team All-NBA honors for the 2016-17 season, narrowly edging out Rudy Gobert for the center spot. Davis joins Russell Westbrook, James Harden, Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James on the league’s First Team All-NBA.

All three teams can be seen here, with voting totals:


As you can see, John Wall was named Third Team All-NBA.


Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

11 responses to “Davis named First Team All-NBA; Wall on Third Team”

  1. Bullitt County UK fan

    Draymond Green with more first team votes than Curry, Durant, Greek Freak, IT, Wall, and Butler, not to mention Cousins.

  2. MikesWay

    Whoever did not vote for Lebron and Westbrook for first team should have their voting powers revoked.

    1. bdmnky81

      Haha you beat me to it

  3. Saul T. Nuts

    Rudy Gobert is a great player, but he’s not better than DeMarcus Cousins.

    1. J-Dub421

      He’s not better than KAT either.

  4. Angelo

    Wow! Fantastic news! Mo should reconsider his choice… Did Shaka coach any of those guys?

    1. catsarerunnin

      No mo Mo. It’s over. Move on.

  5. UKfanman01

    NBA powers hate Cal too. Can’t swallow pride and put an all UK team. It would be too shameful for the rest of college bball

    1. catsarerunnin

      And Cowturd.

  6. NcredibleH

    Maybe an even better question is what Jag off didn’t have Lebron and Russ on their first team.

  7. david8577

    Harden is so fricken overrated; so is Draymond Green. Granted, Green is the NBA MVP of mean muggin’ and testicle rubbin’.