Karl-Anthony Towns was not named to any of the three All-NBA teams announced Thursday.
The omission comes as a bit of a surprise considering Towns became the first player in NBA history to score 2,000 points, grab 1,000 rebounds and knock down 100 threes in the same season.
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DeMarcus Cousins was also snubbed, so really, the likes of Towns getting an All-NBA nod is a result of them being qualified as centers instead of power forwards, even though they often play both positions.
The three All-NBA centers were Anthony Davis, Rudy Gobert and DeAndre Jordan.