When the NBA announced its All-NBA team on Wednesday, Clippers Chris Paul and Blake Griffin were named as members.
Paul was selected to the first team and Griffin to the second team in voting by the media.
It was the third consecutive year that Paul was named first-team All-NBA and fourth overall.
Paul, who was also named to the All-NBA defensive first-team, led the league in assists (10.7) and steals (2.48) while averaging 19.1 points and 4.3 rebounds a game.
It was the third consecutive season Griffin has been voted onto the second team.
He averaged a team-high 24.1 points a game on 52.8% shooting, 9.5 rebounds and 3.9 assists.
Clippers center DeAndre Jordan was among the players that received some votes for the All-NBA team.
Joining Paul on the first-team were Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant, Miami’s LeBron James, Chicago’s Joakim Noah and Houston’s James Harden.
Minnesota’s Kevin Love, Houston’s Dwight Howard, Golden State’s Stephen Curry and San Antonio’s Tony Parker rounded out the second team.
The third team consisted of Indiana’s Paul George, Portland’s LaMarcus Aldridge, Charlotte’s Al Jefferson, Portland’s Damian Lillard and Phoenix’s Goran Dragic.