Los Angeles Teams

Andrew Han ESPN Writer 

Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan have both been named to the NBA's All-Defense first team. It is Paul's fifth consecutive appearance (59 first team votes, 30 second team) on the first team and sixth selection overall. It is Jordan's second straight first team selection (62 first team votes, 25 second team). Kawhi Leonard (Spurs), Draymond Green (Warriors) and Avery Bradley (Celtics) were the other first team selections.

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Kershaw a Modern Era Gem

Clayton Kershaw's achievement of three shutouts and 95 strikeouts through his first ten appearances marked only the third time a pitcher had reached that mark since 1900.