Chicagos Joakim Noah and Indianas Paul George received the most votes on this years NBA all-defensive team, released Monday. Less than two months after a landslide victory in balloting for the leagues defensive player of the year, Noah was the only player to receive more than 100 first-team votes and earn more than 200 points for the team. Noah received 105 of 123 possible votes, while George had 65 votes. The rest of the first team consisted of Clippers guard Chris Paul, Oklahoma City forward Serge Ibaka and Golden State swingman Andre Iguodala. Its the second consecutive year Noah was chosen to the first team. Four-time league MVP LeBron James and defensive player of the year runner-up Roy Hibbert were both on the second team. Noah dominated on the defensive end this season, joining Andre Drummond of Detroit and Anthony Davis of New Orleans as the only players in the league to average at least 10.0 rebounds, 1.5 blocks and 1.2 steals. Noah finished sixth in the league in rebounding (11.3), 12th in blocks (1.51) and helped the Bulls hold opponents to 43.0 per cent field goal shooting, the second-best mark in the league. He also had 1.24 steals per game. George, widely considered one of the leagues best two-way players at age 24, finished fifth in the league in steals (1.89) and was the only player in the NBA to average at least 6.5 rebounds and 1.8 steals. Paul received 64 first-team votes after winning his sixth steals title (2.48). Ibaka made his presence felt in the Western Conference finals. After getting beaten twice in San Antonio without him, the Thunder won the next two games on their home court with Ibaka. The Spurs eventually won the series 4-2. Iguodala averaged 1.5 steals as the Warriors jumped from No. 19 in defence in 2012-13 to 10th this season. James and Iguodala each received 57 first-team votes but Iguodala had 14 more second-team votes to edge out James for the final spot on the first team. 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Kelly has missed the last two games with a knee injury. "This place holds a special meaning," Carter said. "Not just for as far as what I did, but just the camaraderie I had here in 2011, the town of Foxborough, the state." The Patriots also made two practice squad moves Wednesday, signing defensive tackle Sealver Siliga annd releasing cornerback Travis Howard.dddddddddddd. On Monday, they waived defensive tackle Andre Neblett. Carter said it is up to coaches whether he plays Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, but added he felt good during Wednesdays practice and is beginning to re-acclimate to a defence that has changed a bit since he left. "As far as the scheme and stuff, theres a few tweaks, but thats the NFL in general," he explained. "You cant always run the same schemes year after year. Youve got to constantly modify it because thats the only way youre going to get better and make plays. Patriots coach Bill Belichick said the organization believed he could add to the team. 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