Davis garnered 79 votes for the First Team and 20 Second Team votes, chalking up 455 points - 19 points short of third-placed James Harden of the Houston Rockets.
Secondly, and most importantly, LBJ was elected to the team for the 16th time.
In addition to breaking the tie with those three legends, James extended his record by being named to his 13th All-NBA first team.
Harden and Doncic appeared on all 100 ballots - though only James and Antetokounmpo were unanimous as first-team choices on every ballot. Dončić is making his All-NBA Team debut in his second season.
He's the first player to earn first team honors in his first or season season since Tim Duncan did it as a rookie in 1999.
The 21-year-old Doncic is the sixth player to make All-NBA at that age or younger, joining Kevin Durant, James, Duncan, Rick Barry and Max Zaslofsky.
Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard headlined the All-NBA second team with Denver star Nikola Jokic, who just helped eliminate the Clippers on Tuesday night. His dominant season saw him lead the National Basketball Association in assists for the first time in his career. Paul and Westbrook have been voted to the All-NBA Team for the ninth time each. This marks the third All-NBA Team honor for both Butler and Gobert and the second for Jokić.
The All-NBA Team was selected by a global panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters.
Only games through March 11 were taken into consideration during the voting. He led the entire league in dimes this season.