San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker was selected to the All-NBA Second team with a total of 367 points, according to Tim Griffin of Spurs Nation.

In 60 regular season games, Parker has averaged 18.3 points, 7.7 assists and 2.9 rebounds in 32.0 minutes. He shot 48.0 percent from the field and 79.9 percent from the free throw line.

His 7.7 assists and 79.9 shooting from the foul line are both career-highs. Parker became the Spurs all-time assist leader on February 4, 2012, passing Avery Johnson. 

The All-NBA first team include, LeBron James (596 points), Kevin Durant (591 points), Dwight Howard (476 points), Kobe Bryant (568 points) and Chris Paul (484 points).

Joining Parker on the second team are Kevin Love (365 points), Blake Griffin (170 points), Andrew Bynum (400 points) and Russell Westbrook (239 points).

Selected to the third team are Carmelo Anthony (154 points), Dirk Nowitzki (136 points), Tyson Chandler (60 points), Dwayne Wade (235 points) and Rajon Rondo (142 points).

Two other Spur got some votes for the All-NBA squad. Tim Duncan received 18 points and Manu Ginobili received three points, respectively. Neither were named to an All-NBA team.

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