Carter-Williams headlines NBA All-Rookie 1st Team after perfect vote

May 22, 2:54 PM

The Philadelphia 76ers' Michael Carter-Williams, the 2013-14 Rookie of the Year, was the only unanimous selection to the NBA's All-Rookie First Team, the league announced Thursday.

Carter-Williams received a perfect ballot (250 points, 125 First Team votes), with Orlando Magic rookie Victor Oladipo almost following suit (248 points, 124 First Team votes).

The rest of the First Team is highlighted by some key performers of the 2013-14 season.

  • Trey Burke - Utah Jazz (230 points, 108 First Team votes)
  • Mason Plumlee - Brooklyn Nets (214 points, 95 First Team votes)
  • Tim Hardaway Jr. - New York Knicks (204 points, 87 First Team votes)

Canadian-born Boston Celtics big Kelly Olynyk led the voting for the Second Team, recording 119 points (19 First Team votes, 81 Second Team) from the 125 sportswriters and broadcasters. Here is the rest of the Second Team.

  • Giannis Antetokounmpo - Milwaukee Bucks (116 points, 86 Second)
  • Gorgui Dieng - Minnesota Timberwolves (98 points, 54 Second)
  • Cody Zeller - Charlotte Bobcats (67 points, 61 Second)
  • Steven Adams - Oklahoma City (65 points, 47 Second)

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