NEW YORK — Kobe Bryant added another honor Thursday to go with his MVP award, becoming the only unanimous selection to the All-NBA team.

Utah Jazz guard Deron Williams and Jazz forward Carlos Boozer were named to the second and third teams, respectively.

The Lakers' star was voted to the first team for the third straight season and sixth time in his career. He led Los Angeles to the best record in the Western Conference and was presented with the MVP trophy Wednesday before helping the Lakers to a 120-110 victory over Utah in Game 2 of the conference semifinals.

Joining Bryant on the first team were New Orleans guard Chris Paul, who was three votes shy of being a unanimous pick, along with Boston's Kevin Garnett, Cleveland's LeBron James and Orlando center Dwight Howard.

Garnett was a first-team pick for the fourth time, and James made his second appearance. Paul and Howard were first-timers.

Voting was done by a panel of 127 sports writers and broadcasters, with points being awarded on a 5-3-1 basis.

Amare Stoudemire and Steve Nash of Phoenix were voted to the second team along with Williams, San Antonio's Tim Duncan and Dallas forward Dirk Nowitzki.

The third team consisted of Boozer, Houston's Yao Ming and Tracy McGrady, plus Boston's Paul Pierce and the Spurs' Manu Ginobili, the league's sixth top man.