Antetokounmpo, who won this year's Defensive Player of the Year award, received 97 of 100 possible first-team votes to finish with 195 points. He was followed by Davis (87 first-team votes and 187 points), Philadelphia 76ers guard Ben Simmons (88 first-team votes, 185 points), Gobert (85 first-team votes, 180 points) and Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart (57 first-place votes, 152 points).
It is the second straight season that both Antetokounmpo and Smart have been named to the first team, and Gobert -- who won the previous two DPOY awards -- has been named the first-team center four straight times. Davis now has two first- and two second-team selections. This is the first time Simmons has made either all-league defensive team.
The second team is made up of LA Clippers teammates Kawhi Leonard and Patrick Beverley, Bucks teammates Brook Lopez and Eric Bledsoe, and Miami Heat big man Bam Adebayo.
The Bucks became the first team to have three players named to the two All-Defensive teams since the 2012-13 Memphis Grizzlies (Tony Allen, Mike Conley and Marc Gasol).
Because of changes to the league's calendar because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no end-of-season awards show, as there was in recent seasons. Instead, the league has reverted to its old practice of handing out hardware during the playoffs.
The only individual award left is for the Most Valuable Player, which Antetokounmpo, who missed Game 5 of Milwaukee's Eastern Conference semifinal series against Miami on Tuesday because of a sprained right ankle, is expected to win for the second season in a row.
The other honors still to be announced are the two All-Rookie teams and the three All-NBA teams.
Giannis, AD, Gobert headline NBA All-Defense team
Take a look at the defensive highlights from Giannis Antetokounmpo, Anthony Davis and Rudy Gobert as they are named to the NBA's All-Defense first team.