Bulls Shut Out In All-NBA Voting

(CBS) The Bulls may have finished the regular season with the NBA’s best record, but the team still couldn’t manage to land a single player on the three All-NBA teams.

According to a report, Bulls guard Derrick Rose, the former MVP of the league, received the third-most points of those who didn’t qualify with 44 points. That still lagged far behind the third-team guards’ totals of 235 and 142 points.

League MVP LeBron James led the first team, which also featured Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard and Kevin Durant.

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