David Lee Gets 43 Points In All-NBA Team Voting

New York Knicks Al Harrington and David Lee at Madison Square Garden

"Wake up, Al! It's not a dream: in the All-NBA vote I got 43 times the points of former MVP Kevin Garnett!" (source: Yardbarker.com)

No, of course David Lee didn’t make First, Second, or Third All-NBA Team.  However, getting the third highest point total out of the runner-ups is pretty impressive.  Free agent and potential Knick, Chris Bosh, received 80 points, while All-Star Playoff stud Rajon Rondo notched 47.  Oh, you want to know who actually MADE the teams?  Here’s the list:

2009-10 All-NBA Teams
Position Player, Team (1st Team Votes) Points
Forward LeBron James, Cleveland (122) 610
Forward Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City (107) 579
Center Dwight Howard, Orlando (122) 610
Guard Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers (119) 604
Guard Dwyane Wade, Miami (81) 520
Forward Carmelo Anthony, Denver (9) 321
Forward Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas (10) 356
Center Amare Stoudemire, Phoenix (2) 239
Guard Steve Nash, Phoenix (24) 366
Guard Deron Williams, Utah (14) 343
Forward Tim Duncan, San Antonio 125
Forward Pau Gasol, L.A. Lakers 94
Center Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee 149
Guard Joe Johnson, Atlanta 118
Guard Brandon Roy, Portland 87

Other players receiving votes, with point totals: 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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