BOSTON (CBS) – The All-NBA teams were announced on Thursday, with Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo landing on the All-NBA third team.

Rondo averaged 11.9 points and a career-high 11.7 assists per game this season, en route to making his first All-NBA team. Rondo, along with teammate Kevin Garnett, was named to the All-NBA defensive second team on Wednesday.

The teams, voted on by a panel of 120 sportswriters and broadcasters, are as follows:

All-NBA First Team

F – LeBron James, Miami

F – Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City

C – Dwight Howard, Orlando

G – Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

G – Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers

All-NBA Second Team

F – Kevin Love, Minnesota

F -Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers

C – Andrew Bynum, Los Angeles Lakers

G – Tony Parker, San Antonio

G – Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City

All-NBA Third Team

F – Carmelo Anthony, New York

F – Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas

C – Tyson Chandler, New York

G – Dwayne Wade, Miami

G – Rajon Rondo, Boston

Rondo earned a total of 142 points, including four first-team votes. His Celtics’ teammates Paul Pierce (31 points) and Garnett (22) also received votes.