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All-NBA Defensive First Team Announced

26 June 2017

Roberson joined Memphis' Tony Allen, San Antonio's Danny Green, New Orleans' Anthony Davis and Milwaukee's Giannis Antetokounmpo on the All-Defense Second Team.

Check out the full breakdown of the NBA's All-Defensive First and Second teams below.

Draymond Green made the NBA All-Defensive First Team for the third season in a row alongside San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard.

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Positional designations in the voting process made it hard for Roberson to nail down a spot on the first team.

Leonard is also a finalist for Kia NBA Most Valuable Player and Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year, which will be announced on Monday night at the NBA Awards show in NY.

Leonard led the Spurs this season, averaging 25.5 points, 5.8 rebounds and a team-high 132 total steals. Each All-Defensive Team consists of one center slot, two forwards and two guards.

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He is the second player in franchise history to earn multiple All-Defensive Second team honors, joining Chris Paul, who was second team during the 2007-'08 season and first team in 2008-'09. Unlike his other Class of 2013 draftees on the Thunder in Oladipo and Adams, Roberson was not signed to an extension earlier this season.

In addition, Beverley averaged 1.48 steals, helping the Rockets rank fourth in the league in turnovers forced (opponents 15.1 tpg).

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All-NBA Defensive First Team Announced