Ball and Edwards top the NBA’s best rookie quintet

The eaves Jae’Sean Tate, of the Houston Rockets, became part of the First Rookie Team who led the base LaMelo Ball (Charlotte), the escort Anthony Edwards (Minnesota) -both unanimously selected-, together with the point guard Tyrese haliburton (Sacramento) and the forward Saddiq bey (Detroit).

Rookie of the Year winner Ball and Edwards received first-team votes on 99 ballots from a global panel of sportswriters and broadcasters, according to an announcement made last night by the NBA.

Along with Ball and Edwards (198 points in total each), Haliburton (197 points; 98 first team votes) was the third most voted, followed by Bey (162 points; 63 first team votes) and season breaker Tate (154 points; 57 first team votes).

Ball was selected with number three in the last college drawing while Edwards managed to be number one, Haliburton was chosen with number twelfth, while Bey had to wait until nineteenth.

Tate, 25, was the only one on the Rookie First Team not selected in the college draft.

The Rookie Second Team consisted of Desmond bane (Boston), Isaac okoro (Cleveland), Immanuel Quickley (New York Knicks), Isaiah Stewart (Portland) and Patrick Williams (Chicago).

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