The accolades just keep piling up for Michael
Thursday, the 76ers point guard was named to the NBA’s
All-Rookie Team. Earlier this month, Carter-Williams was named NBA Rookie of
the Year following a successful debut pro campaign, during which he led all first-year
players in points, rebounds, assists and steals.
Carter-Williams was a unanimous selection for the
All-Rookie Team, receiving 125 first-team votes. Orlando’s Victor Oladipo
picked up 124 of 125 first-team votes. Joining them on the First Team were Utah’s
Trey Burke, Brooklyn’s Mason Plumlee and New York’s Tim Hardaway.
The Sixers’ Hollis Thompson also received votes, but made
neither the First or Second Teams.
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