Teammate Stephen Curry, James Harden, Damian Lillard, Kyrie Irving, Russell Westbrook and Walker made the list over Thompson.
Klay Thompson wasn't happy about missing this year's All-NBA teams.
Thompson had 18 and Beal 31 Third Team points.
The former University of Florida product was already signed through the next two seasons, but had he made an All-NBA team, Beal would have been eligible to sign a four-year, $193 million extension with the Wizards. He appeared annoyed by the news but chose to focus on the Warriors' upcoming appearance in the NBA Finals.
"Oh I didn't?" a vexed Thompson asked.
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The Golden State Warriors star met with media on Thursday and was informed that he had finished behind Kemba Walker in the running for the Third Team.
Klay Thompson learns he didn't make All-NBA ("Oh I didn't?") and is clearly a little ticked (it affects his next contract): "When you go to five straight Finals, it takes more than a couple All-NBA guys..." "It's an all-time team but whatever".
Walker is set to cash in on his selection though, while Thompson could be out $US30 million as a result of his omission. Instead, he can earn a max of around $191 million over five years with Golden State.
When asked how he felt about this decision affecting his next contract Thompson said, "It is what it is".
Thompson appeared to bite his tongue on the issue. "I can't control it", he said. But that's the reason we're still playing.