Per the official voting, via K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, James and Harden were the only unanimous selections:
James set a new record with his 12th appearance on the All-NBA first team in 15 seasons, including 11 straight dating back to 2007-08.
Davis is the big winner from this year's All-NBA class. The New Orleans Pelicans star, who has made the list in two of the previous three seasons, will be eligible to sign a supermax contract in the summer of 2019 that projects to be worth a record $230 million, per ESPN's Bobby Marks.
On the other hand, per Jeff Siegel of Peachtree Sports, Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid missed out on a chance to make 30 percent of the maximum salary cap next season by not making the first team.
Reigning NBA MVP Russell Westbrook, who has averaged triple-doubles in each of the past two seasons, was also forced to settle for being on the second team with Embiid.