The Best Defensive Team: Goebbels' Three Company and One Defense

ZBlog House four hundred and ninety-nine 2019-05-29 12:10:12

On May 23, Beijing time, the NBA officially announced the league's best defensive team.

The NBA's best defensive lineup is voted by 100 media people around the world. Each player receives two points when he receives the first prevention vote and one point when he receives the second prevention vote. The media should vote for two defenders, two forwards and one center in each of the two defensive lineups. The position division is based on the position of the player who often plays on the court. If a player receives votes in multiple positions, the vote will be counted based on the position where he receives more votes.

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The best defense in the NBA in 2018-19:

Note: Figures in brackets are the number of first prevention votes, the number of second prevention votes, and the total score.

Center: Rudy Goebbels (97, 2, 196);

Forward: Paul George (96, 3, 195);

Forward: Janis Antokumbo (94, 5, 193);

Defender: Marcus Smart (36, 28, 100);

Defender: Eric Bradshaw (36, 28, 100);

This is the third consecutive year that Goebbels has been selected into the first defense, and it is the first time that Alphabet Brother has been selected into the first defense.

The best defensive two in the NBA in 2018-19:

Defender: Zhu Hollady (31, 28, 90);

Defender: Clay Thompson (23, 36, 82);

Center: Joel Enbid (4, 72, 80);

Forward: Drummond Green (2, 57, 61);

Forward: Coway Leonard (5, 29, 39);

This is the first time that Clay Thompson has been selected as the best defensive team, and the fifth time that Green and Leonard have been selected as the best defensive team - but Leonard has only scored more points than PJ Tucker, who was selected as the second defense.

Other players who received votes:

Defender:

Danny Green (19, 28, 66);

Patrick Beverly (14, 20, 48);

Derek White (4, 7, 15);

Jimmy Butler (2, 5, 9);

Russell Westbrook (2, 5, 9);

Chris Paul (1, 5, 7);

James Harden (2, 0, 4);

Malcolm Brogden (1, 1, 3);

Kyle Lorry (0, 3, 3);

Josh Richardson (0, 3, 3);

Stephen Curry (1, 0, 2);

Donovan Mitchell (0, 2, 2);

Ben Simmons (0, 2, 2);

Bradley Bill (0, 1, 1);

Jay Brown (0, 1, 1);

Mike Conley (0, 1, 1);

Terence Ferguson (0, 1, 1);

Daron Fox (0, 1, 1);

Shea Gilles Alexander (0, 1, 1);

Gary Harris (0, 1, 1);

Andre Iguodala (0, 1, 1);

Kelly Owen (0, 1, 1);

Damian Lillard (0, 1, 1);

Ricky Rubio (0, 1, 1);

forward:

PJ Tucker (1, 36, 38);

Pascal Siakam (0, 24, 24);

Robert Covington (1, 3, 5);

Paul Millsap (0, 5, 5);

Kevin Durant (0, 4, 4);

Al Hofford (0, 4, 4);

Anthony Davis (0, 2, 2);

Derek Favours (0, 2, 2);

Joe Ingalls (0, 2, 2);

Sydis Yang (0, 2, 2);

Kyle Anderson (0, 1, 1);

Jordan Bell (0, 1, 1);

Ed Davis (0, 1, 1);

Chris Middleton (0, 1, 1);

Center-forward:

Miles Turner (1, 37, 39);

Bam Adebayor (0, 1, 1);

Andre Drummond (0, 1, 1);

Nikolai Jokic (0, 1, 1);

Brooke Lopez (0, 1, 1).


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