Mike D'Antoni was then voted Coach of the Year, the second time he has won the award.
National Basketball Association will give out regular-season awards today and for the first time in league's history, it will happen during a special show.
Check out the full breakdown of the NBA's All-Defensive First and Second teams below. Despite multiple roster changes Green was able to help the Warriors maintain their elite level defense for the third straight year and win their second title in three years. Paul collected 61 first-team votes and Beverley 38.
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Brogdon was a second-round pick out of Virginia who led all rookies with 4.2 assists and 1.12 steals per game in helping the Bucks reach the playoffs. The 26-year-old forward out of Tennessee State averaged 12.6 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. Philadelphia 76ers big man Joel Embiid had the best mark in the league for players who defended five shots or more per game at the rim (40.8 percent).
Green finished third on the team with 71 steals, behind Manu Ginobili (82).
Anthony Davis picked up yet another postseason honor on Monday. Gobert was named on 97 first-team ballots and Leonard on 93. Allen received most points among all second-team players with 80 in total, including 17 votes for the first team.
Center Joel Embiid of Cameroon gave the 76ers two players on the first team, which was rounded out by Sacramento Kings guard Buddy Hield of the Bahamas and Spanish center Willy Hernangomez of the New York Knicks.
Green finished with 73 first place votes, while Gobert trailed with 16 and Leonard with 11.