SB Nation Names 2011-12 Preseason All-Division Teams

SB Nation presents its 2011-12 preseason All-Division teams, as voted on by its team bloggers.

SB Nation's NBA team bloggers got together to cast votes for the 2011-12 preseason All-Division teams. Bloggers voted within their divisions to determine the preseason favorites for first and second team honors for players in their team's respective divisions. (We'll do this again in May.) The results are below.

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SOUTHWEST DIVISION

Our Southwest Division bloggers from Pounding The Rock (Spurs), Mavs Moneyball (Mavericks) and Straight Outta Vancouver (Grizzlies) laced the preseason teams with legends and younger upstars. Here are the results:

FIRST TEAM

 

 

SECOND TEAM

 

 

The Houston Rockets got shut out, though Luis Scola and Kevin Martin were each a runner-up for the second team.

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NORTHWEST DIVISION

Even though Carmelo Anthony is gone, the Northwest is so forward-heavy that LaMarcus Aldridge is on the second team All-Division squad and Gerald Wallace didn't even get a sniff. Our voters were from Blazer's EdgeWelcome To Loud City (Thunder) and Denver Stiffs (Nuggets).

FIRST TEAM

 

 

SECOND TEAM

 

 

Yes, that is a four-way tie for second team All-Northwest guard.

 

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PACIFIC DIVISION

As you might expect, the Clippers and Lakers dominate the All-Pacific team. In fact, they completely make up the first team. Our voters were from Sactown Royalty (Kings), Bright Side Of The Sun (Suns) and Clips Nation(Clippers).

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

Worth nothing: DeMarcus Cousins was just edged by Gortat, and $43 Million Man DeAndre Jordan didn't receive any votes.

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ATLANTIC DIVISION

According to our voters -- Posting And Toasting (Knicks), CelticsBlogRaptors HQLiberty Ballers (Sixers) and NetsDaily -- New York has a pretty solid frontcourt.

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

Andre Iguodala was edged by Pierce by just one vote. Three of the guard spots -- Rondo, D-Will and Holiday -- were unanimous; Evan Turner snuck in the other second team guard vote, and Andrea Bargnani pried loose one second team center ballot.

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CENTRAL DIVISION

The Central doesn't have many great scorers; our voters put most of them on the All-Division teams. Our voters were from Blog-A-BullBrewHoop (Bucks), Detroit Bad Boys and Fear The Sword (Cavaliers).

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

Four Bulls and three Pacers sounds about right. Rose was the only unanimous choice here; Jennings lost one first-team vote to Stuckey. It should be noted that Antawn Jamison and Kyrie Irving each got a single second team vote ... but not from our Cavaliers blogger!

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SOUTHEAST DIVISION

Voters from Peninsula Is Mightier (Heat), Peachtree Hoops (Hawks), Bullets Forever (Wizards) and Orlando Pinstriped Post (Magic) had pretty easy choices for the first team.

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

The entire first team was nearly by acclamation; Wall lost a single vote to Johnson. The fourth forward spot in this division is certainly a bit less dazzling than the first two, no?

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The 2011-12 NBA season begins on Sunday. Stay tuned to SBNation.com/NBA all season for leaguewide coverage, and check out your team's SB Nation blog for daily analysis and commentary.

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