The All-NBA team selections have been released, and while the league's best players made it, a few curveballs were thrown: The Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade, the Sacramento Kings' Marvin Bagley III, and the Indiana Pacers' Domantas Sabonis each got one vote to be part of All-NBA honors.

These were ridiculous choices.

Now, just how ridiculous are those votes? Well.

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No disrespect to the three aforementioned players; they have been great in their own rights this season. Yet, they aren't worthy of even being considered for any of the three All-NBA teams. What's even more surprising is that the New Orleans Pelicans' Anthony Davis got only one vote as well. So do you believe that he was in the same breath as Dwyane Wade, Marvin Bagley, or Domantas Sabonis this past season?

Of course not.

Furthermore, Portland Trail Blazers guard C.J. McCollum and Los Angeles Clippers forward Montrezl Harrell, who were both significant pieces in their respective teams' playoff runs, didn't even get a single vote. Dwyane Wade, Marvin Bagley, and Domantas Sabonis received a disproportionate amount of respect on teams which weren't as dynamic in 2019.

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Sometimes, weird things do happen in the NBA.

Well, at least we now know who's the best among the best. The players who deserved to be rewarded, have been rewarded. It is now time for fans to sit back, relax, and enjoy the near conclusion of what has been another great season of the NBA.

Dwyane Wade, Marvin Bagley, and Domantas Sabonis will probably chuckle at these results while they enjoy their Memorial Day weekends.