NBA will give out regular-season awards today and for the first time in league's history, it will happen during a special show. Before, we would get the announcement during the playoffs, mostly after the first round. However, the league decided to change the system and the fans are not happy about it.

Before the show which will reveal winners of individual awards, such as MVP or DPOY, the NBA announced All-Rookie and All-Defensive Teams. While most of the picks make sense, there are a few surprising players who received the votes for an All-Defensive team this year.

First-team vote gave players two points while the second-team vote only accounted for one point.

NBA All-Defensive First Team

Draymond Green received most points for the team as with 198. The Golden State Warriors forward received 99 first-team votes, which gave him a total of 198. Just behind him is Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, who received 97 first-team votes and two second-team votes, finishing with 196 points in total. Unsurprisingly, the third frontcourt player is Kawhi Leonard of the San Antonio Spurs. Leonard received 192 points in total, with 186 of them coming from the votes for the first team.

Chris Paul and Patrick Beverley made the NBA All-Defensive First Team as backcourt players.

Paul finished with 140 points in total while Beverley had 110. The Los Angeles Clippers playmaker received 61 votes for the team while the Houston Rockets guard had 38 of them.

All-Defensive Second Team

Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans received most second-team votes among frontcourt players with 58. Andre Roberson and Giannis Antetokounmpo joined him as frontcourt players with 53 and 35 points respectively.

The best backcourt defenders who were named to the team were Tony Allen and Danny Green. Allen received most points among all second-team players with 80 in total, including 17 votes for the first team. On the other side, Green also received plenty of first-team votes with 21 for 68 points in total.

Didn't make the cut

Avery Bradley received 46 points, but it wasn't enough to make the cut due to his position.

Klay Thompson received 45 votes while John Wall had 38. It's interesting that all these players had more points than Antetokounmpo, but the Milwaukee Bucks forward made it as he's a frontcourt player.

DeAndre Jordan of the Clippers received 35 total points, while Paul Millsap and Hassan Whiteside had 35 and 25 points respectively. LeBron James finished with only 12 points with one first-team vote.

What do you think? Was there anyone who was snubbed? Did someone make an All-Defensive team without deserving it?