Mar 24, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah (13) reacts after play against Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert (55) during the first quarter at the United Center. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

Complete NBA Defensive Player of the Year results

On Monday, a report surfaced that Chicago Bulls’ center Joakim Noah was going to be named the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year.

Later in the day, the NBA made it official.

For the first time in NBA history, they league made all of the voting available to the public, meaning you can see who each and every voter voted for. You can see those results here.

Noah received 555 total points, getting 100 first place votes, 17 second place votes and four third place votes.

Indiana Pacers’ center Roy Hibbert finished second while Los Angeles Clippers’ center DeAndre Jordan finished third.

In total, 10 players received first place votes, including P.J. Tucker of the Phoenix Suns, which probably caught several off guard.

Below, you can find the complete results.

                                                                                         1st           2nd    3rd     Total
1. Noah, Joakim, Chicago Bulls                          100        17         4            555
2. Hibbert, Roy, Indiana Pacers                        8             36         18          166
3. Jordan, DeAndre, Los Angeles Clippers   8              23        12          121
4. Ibaka, Serge, Oklahoma City Thunder       2               17        18           79
5. Iguodala, Andre, Golden State Warriors  1                7          21          47
6. James, LeBron, Miami Heat                           2                5           6            31
7. George, Paul, Indiana Pacers                        0                5          15           30
8. Davis, Anthony, New Orleans Pelicans     1                 4          8             25
8. Howard, Dwight, Houston Rockets             1                 3          11           25
10. Bogut, Andrew, Golden State Warriors   1                 1           3             11
11. Leonard, Kawhi, San Antonio Spurs         0                 3           0             9
12. Tucker, P.J., Phoenix Suns                            1                 0           1             6
13. Duncan, Tim, San Antonio Spurs                0                1             2            5
13. Paul, Chris, Los Angeles Clippers               0                1             2            5
15. Ariza, Trevor, Washington Wizards          0                1             1             4
15. Gasol, Marc, Memphis Grizzlies                  0                1             1             4
17. Beverley, Patrick, Houston Rockets         0                0            2              2

Tags: Andre Iguodala Chicago Bulls DeAndre Jordan Dwight Howard Golden State Warriors Houston Rockets Indiana Pacers Joakim Noah Lebron James Los Angeles Clippers Miami Heat Oklahoma City Thunder P.J. Tucker Phoenix Suns Roy Hibbert Serge Ibaka

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