NBA All-Rookie Teams Announced, Blake Griffin And John Wall Lead Way

The NBA announced its all-Rookie teams, and as expected, Blake Griffin leads the charge. Griffin was the only member of the first team to be voted in unanimously.

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NBA All-Rookie Teams Announced, Blake Griffin And John Wall Lead Way

The NBA has announced the 10 members of the two all-Rookie teams, and as expected, Blake Griffin and John Wall lead the way. Griffin, the NBA's Rookie of the Year, was a unanimous pick by the 30 NBA coaches for the first team (his own coach could not vote for him), while Wall made the first team on 28 of the 29 coaches' ballots.

New York's Landry Fields, Sacramento's DeMarcus Cousins and San Antonio's Gary Neal join Griffin and Wall on the all-Rookie first team. Fields was a first-team rookie on 28 of the 29 ballots, while Cousins was on 26 of the 29 ballots. Neal made it on 18 of the coaches' 29 ballots. The other first-team votes were for Greg Monroe (13), Wes Johnson (4) and the quartet of Derrick Favors, Ed Davis, Omer Asik and Paul George (one each).

Here is the full breakdown of the votes. Rookies received two points for a first-team vote and one point for a second-team vote. The teams are made up without considering positions.

First team: Blake Griffin (58), John Wall (57), Landry Fields (56), DeMarcus Cousins (54) and Gary Neal (44)

Second team: Greg Monroe (42), Wes Johnson (26), Eric Bledsoe (19), Derrick Favors (18), Paul George(14)

Others receiving votes: Ed Davis (10, one vote for first team), Jordan Crawford (12), Evan Turner (12),Gordon Hayward (7), Omer Asik (6, one vote for first team), Patrick Patterson (5), Al-Farouq Aminu (3),Tiago Splitter (3), Trevor BookerChristian EyengaEkpe Udoh (1 each).

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