Bulls' DeMar DeRozan named to All-NBA second team




 

Following a sensational season that saw him enter the MVP conversation at points during the year, Chicago Bulls star DeMar DeRozan was named to the All-NBA second team.

DeRozan received two first team votes, 39 second team votes, and 57 third team votes as a forward. With 184 total voting points, DeRozan finished alongside Kevin Durant (276 points) at the forward spot on the second team, and ahead of third-teamers LeBron James (169) and Pascal Siakam (63).

This is DeRozan's third All-NBA selection in his career. He was previously named to the second team in 2018, and the third team in 2017.

Here are the full 2022 All-NBA teams:

First team: G Devin Booker, G Luka Doncic, F Giannis Antetokounmpo, F Jayson Tatum, C Nikola Jokic

Second team: G Steph Curry, G Ja Morant, F DeMar DeRozan, F Kevin Durant, C Joel Embiid

Third team: G Chris Paul, G Trae Young, F Pascal Siakam, F LeBron James, C Karl Anthony-Towns

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