Damian Lillard, Anthony Davis and Bradley Beal highlight NBA All-Rookie Team

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Lillard the only unanimous selection, but Davis and Beal finished one point behind him in the voting, done by the NBA's coaches.

Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard was only the No. 6 pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, but he's been the most decorated member of the 2012 draft class after his first season in the league.

Lillard was the only unanimous selection on the NBA's All-Rookie team, receiving all 58 possible points. Anthony Davis (Hornets), Bradley Beal (Wizards), Harrison Barnes (Warriors) and Dion Waiters (Cavaliers) all joined him on the first team.

Davis, the No. 1 pick, was the only big man selected to the first team, which isn't all that surprising given the greater learning curve for young big men in the NBA.

There were more big men on the second team, which featured Andre Drummond (Pistons), Jonas Valanciunas (Raptors), Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Bobcats), Kyle Singler (Pistons) and Tyler Zeller (Cavaliers).

Thirteen other rookies also received votes, with Maurice Harkless (Magic) and Alexey Shved (Timberwolves) the closest to making the cut, finishing with 14 points each, one point behind Zeller.

The most amusing vote might have come for Pablo Prigioni (Knicks), a 35-year-old Argentinian point guard who is still technically an NBA rookie.

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