The NBA has released the results for the 2015 All-NBA teams. Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins has been named to the second team, a huge recognition of his dominant play this past season. Cousins was considered likely by many to make the team, although there were some doubters who have been proven to be idiots.
The full results of the voting:
All-NBA teams have been announced - all the voting results here - pic.twitter.com/2evCaoZ1b7— Sam Amick (@sam_amick) May 21, 2015
As I review the overall results, the thing that jumps out is that Cousins was voted to the second team over big men like Tim Duncan, DeAndre Jordan, and Blake Griffin. This vote doesn't carry much actual importance, but it's a clear bellwether of where the broader opinion of Boogie is beginning to shift.
Also worth noting, Rudy Gay received three votes for All-NBA. Derrick Williams received zero votes, proving the system is broken beyond repair.