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Westbrook named to the All-NBA First Team

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook celebrates after hitting a buzzer beating three point shot to win the game against the Denver Nuggets Sunday, April 9, 2017, in Denver. Oklahoma City defeated Denver 106-105. Westbrook also broke the NBA record for triple doubles with 42 for the season. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

After a historic season, Russell Westbrook has been named to the All-NBA First Team.


The NBA announced May 18 that Westbrook was a near-unanimous pick to the team garnering a 99 out of 100 first team votes. Houston's James Harden was the only unanimous pick to the First-Team.

The honor is Westbrook's second time on the first team and sixth selection to an All-NBA team in his career. Westbrook set an NBA single-season record with 42 triple-doubles and joined Oscar Robertson as the only players to average a triple-double throughout an NBA season.


All-NBA First Team

  • James Harden, Rockets
  • Lebron James, Cavaliers
  • Russell Westbrook, Thunder
  • Kawhi Leonard, Spurs
  • Anthony Davis, Pelicans

All-NBA Second Team

  • Giannis Antetokounmpo, Bucks
  • Kevin Durant, Golden State
  • Rudy Gobert, Jazz
  • Steph Curry, Warriors
  • Isaiah Thomas, Celtics

All-NBA Third Team

  • Draymond Green, Warriors
  • Jimmy Butler, Bulls
  • DeAndre Jordan, Clippers
  • John Wall, Wizards
  • DeMar DeRozan, Raptors

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