This is Jordan's first time receiving that honor, and Paul's fourth-consecutive time and fifth overall in his career.
Jordan received 187 points (84 first-team votes, 19 second-team votes) and Paul received 170 points (67 first-team votes, 36 second-team votes.)
Also making the team were
Jordan led the league in rebounds (15), defensive rebounds (10.1) and was fourth in blocks per game (2.23).
Clippers Coach Doc Rivers has repeatedly called Jordan the best defender in the league, and his teammates have said throughout the season that much of what he does doesn't even show up on the stats sheets, such as altering shots and preventing dribble penetration.
Jordan grabbed 1,226 rebounds in the 2014-15 season, setting a single-season franchise record for the Clippers.
Paul was second in the NBA in total steals (156), and fifth in steals per game (1.9). He has led the NBA in steals in six of the last eight seasons. Paul ranked first in the league this season in isolation situations, allowing only 0.565 point per play in such situations, according to Synergy Sports.