All-NBA teams announced

The NBA announced its All-NBA teams today, with no Celtics making the list.

However, Rajon Rondo pulled in 47 votes, Paul Pierce nabbed six and Kevin Garnett had one.

Here’s how it broke down:

(Voting on a 5-3-1 basis; first-place votes in parentheses)

First Team

F — LeBron James, Cleveland (122) 610

F — Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City (107) 579

C — Dwight Howard, Orlando (122) 610

G — Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers (119) 604

G — Dwyane Wade, Miami (81) 520

Second Team

F — Carmelo Anthony, Denver (9) 321

F — Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas (10) 356

C — Amar’e Stoudemire, Phoenix (2) 239

G — Steve Nash, Phoenix (24) 366

G — Deron Williams, Utah (14) 343

Third Team

F — Tim Duncan, San Antonio 125

F — Pau Gasol, L.A. Lakers 94

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C — Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee 149

G — Joe Johnson, Atlanta 118

G — Brandon Roy, Portland 87

Other players receiving votes: Chris Bosh, Toronto, 80; Rajon Rondo, Boston, 47; David Lee, New York, 43; Carlos Boozer, Utah, 33; Chauncey Billups, Denver, 24; Zach Randolph, Memphis, 20; Al Horford, Atlanta, 19; Jason Kidd, Dallas, 18; Derrick Rose, Chicago, 15; Chris Paul, New Orleans, 14; Manu Ginobili, San Antonio, 13; Chris Kaman, LA Clippers, 9; Brook Lopez, New Jersey, 6; Josh Smith, Atlanta, 6; Paul Pierce, Boston, 6; Gerald Wallace, Charlotte, 5; Marcus Camby, Portland, 3; Andrew Bynum, LA Lakers, 2; Danny Granger, Indiana, 2; David West, New Orleans, 1; Kevin Garnett, Boston, 1; Mo Williams; Cleveland, 1; Tony Parker San Antonio, 1.

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