May 31, 2014; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant (35) fights for a loose ball with San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard (2) during the fourth quarter in game six of the Western Conference Finals of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Announces All-Defense Teams


The NBA announced its 2013-14 All-Defensive teams Monday, with Defensive Player of the Year Joakim Noah leading the way.

Noah is joined on the First Team by Paul George (Pacers), Chris Paul (Clippers), Serge Ibaka (Thunder) and Andre Iguodala (Warriors).

LeBron James (Heat), Patrick Beverley (Rockets), Kawhi Leonard (Spurs), Jimmy Butler (Bulls) and Roy Hibbert (Pacers) comprise the Second Team.

The Bucks were one of six teams to be completely shut out, as no Milwaukee player received a single vote.

Below are the complete voting results:

Position Player Team 1st Votes (2 pts) Team 2nd Votes (1pt) Total Points
Center Joakim Noah, Chicago Bulls 105 13 223
Forward Paul George, Indiana Pacers 65 31 161
Guard Chris Paul, LA Clippers 64 28 156
Forward Serge Ibaka, OKC 54 44 152
Grd/Fwd Andre Iguodala, Golden State 57 34 148

2013-14 NBA ALL-DEFENSIVE SECOND TEAM

Position Player Team 1st Votes (2pts) Team 2nd Votes (1pt) Total Points
Forward LeBron James, Heat 57 20 134
Guard Patrick Beverley, Houston 44 24 112
Guard Jimmy Butler, Chicago Bulls 29 45 103
Forward Kawhi Leonard, Spurs 16 57 89
Center Roy Hibbert, Indiana Pacers 15 46 76

 

Other players receiving votes, with point totals (First Team votes in parentheses): DeAndre Jordan, L.A. Clippers 63 (14); Anthony Davis, New Orleans, 62 (18); Tony Allen, Memphis, 60 (17); Tim Duncan, San Antonio, 45 (12); Dwight Howard, Houston, 26 (6); Taj Gibson, Chicago, 21 (2); Mike Conley, Memphis, 21 (5); Ricky Rubio, Minnesota, 19 (5); Lance Stephenson, Indiana, 14 (3); P.J. Tucker, Phoenix, 13 (2); Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City, 10 (2); Kyle Lowry, Toronto, 10 (3); Eric Bledsoe, Phoenix, 9 (1); Marc Gasol, Memphis, 8; John Wall, Washington, (1); Thabo Sefolosha, Oklahoma City, 8 (1); Kirk Hinrich, Chicago, 7 (2); Trevor Ariza, Washington, 5 (2); Avery Bradley, Boston, 5 (1); Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City, 5 (1); Klay Thompson, Golden State, 5; Andrew Bogut, Golden State, 4; Chris Bosh, Miami, 4 (1); Luol Deng, Cleveland, 4 (1); Wesley Matthews, Portland, 4 (1); Tony Parker, San Antonio, 4 (1); Nicolas Batum, Portland, 3 (1); Stephen Curry, Golden State, 3 (1); Danny Green, San Antonio, 3 (1); Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Charlotte, 3; Shaun Livingston, Brooklyn, 3 (1); Victor Oladipo, Orlando, 3 (1); DeMarre Carroll, Atlanta, 2; Matt Barnes, L.A. Clippers, 2 (1); James Harden, Houston, 2; George Hill, Indiana, 2; Jeff Teague, Atlanta, 2; Dwyane Wade, Miami, 2 (1); Kemba Walker, Charlotte, 2; David West, Indiana, 2; Arron Afflalo, Orlando, 1; Corey Brewer, Minnesota, 1; Michael Carter-Williams, Philadelphia,1; Darren Collison, L.A. Clippers, 1; DeMar DeRozan, Toronto, 1; Andre Drummond, Detroit, 1; Monta Ellis, Dallas, 1; Danny Granger, L.A. Clippers, 1; Draymond Green, Golden State, 1; Reggie Jackson, Oklahoma City, 1; David Lee, Golden State, 1; Paul Millsap, Atlanta, 1; Rajon Rondo, Boston, 1.

 

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