Timberwolves forward Kevin Love was named to the all-NBA second team today in voting among 120 reporters and broadcasters in the United States and Canada.

Love averaged a career-high (and single-season franchise-record) 26.0 points per game, fourth-best in the NBA and averaged 13.3 rebounds, second in the league.  

Voters were asked to vote for first, second and third teams, with five points for each first-team vote, three for each second-team vote and one for a third-team vote. Love got 16 first-team votes and finished with 365 votes, third among forwards and seventh among all players. 

Love becomes the third Wolves player to earn all-NBA honors. Kevin Garnett was named to the first team three times, the second team three times and the third team twice while with the Wolves. Sam Cassell was named to the second team after the 2003-04 season. 


Here are the official results: 




Position        Player, Team (1st Team Votes)        Points
Forward        LeBron James, Miami (118)                         596
Forward        Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City (117)              591
Center          Dwight Howard, Orlando (75)                      476
Guard           Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers (104)                  568
Guard           Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers (74)                     484


Position        Player, Team (1st Team Votes)        Points
Forward        Kevin Love, Minnesota (16)                            365
Forward        Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers                            170
Center          Andrew Bynum, L.A. Lakers (33)                   400
Guard          Tony Parker, San Antonio (41)                       367
Guard          Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City (5)           239


Position        Player, Team (1st Team Votes)        Points
Forward        Carmelo Anthony, New York (1)             154
Forward        Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas                             136
Center          Tyson Chandler, New York (4)                 60
Guard           Dwyane Wade, Miami (1)                       235
Guard           Rajon Rondo, Boston (4)                        142        




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