The media voted for All-NBA First-, Second- and Third-Teams by position with points awarded on a 5-3-1 basis.
Kobe made the First Team for the sixth straight year and ninth time in his career. LeBron earned his fifth First Team honor and is on track for at least another five. On the Second Team, Russ Westbrook got the nod over Chris Paul.
Oh, and Kendrick Perkins received three votes for All-NBA, putting him ahead of Jason Kidd, Chris Bosh and former teammate Ray Allen, among others.
2010-11 ALL-NBA FIRST TEAM
2010-11 ALL-NBA SECOND TEAM
2010-11 ALL-NBA THIRD TEAM
Other players receiving votes, with point totals: Rajon Rondo, Boston, 68; Paul Pierce, Boston, 55; Carmelo Anthony, Denver-New York, 53; Kevin Love, Minnesota, 48; Tim Duncan, San Antonio, 43; Blake Griffin, Clippers, 36; Tony Parker, San Antonio, 27; Kevin Garnett, Boston, 22; Deron Williams, Utah-New Jersey 19; Steve Nash, Phoenix, 17; Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee, 13; Monta Ellis, Golden State, 11; Nene, Denver, 11; Andrew Bynum, Lakers, 9; Kevin Martin, Houston, 7; Tyson Chandler, Dallas, 7; Joakim Noah, Chicago, 5; Marc Gasol, Memphis, 3; Al Jefferson, Utah, 3; Kendrick Perkins, Boston-Oklahoma City, 3; Andrea Bargnani, Toronto, 2; Chris Bosh, Miami, 2; Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia, 1; Emeka Okafor, New Orleans, 1; Eric Gordon, Clippers, 1; Gerald Wallace, Charlotte-Portland, 1; Jason Kidd, Dallas, 1; Luis Scola, Houston, 1; Luol Deng, Chicago, 1; Ray Allen, Boston, 1.