Michael Carter-Williams, Victor Oladipo headline All-Rookie teams

Carter-Williams was the only unanimous first-team selection.
Carter-Williams was the only unanimous first-team selection. (USATSI)

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The NBA announced this year's All-Rookie teams on Thursday, and this season was not an awesome one for first-year players. Michael Carter-Williams won the Rookie of the Year award despite shooting 40.5 percent on a team that won 19 games, and he unsurprisingly headlined the first team. Here's the full list:

First team:

Michael Carter-Williams, Philadelphia 76ers

Victor Oladipo , Orlando Magic

Trey Burke , Utah Jazz

Mason Plumlee , Brooklyn Nets

Tim Hardaway Jr. , New York Knicks

Second team

Kelly Olynyk , Boston Celtics

Giannis Antetokounmpo , Milwaukee Bucks

Gorgui Dieng , Minnesota Timberwolves

Cody Zeller, Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets

Steven Adams , Oklahoma City Thunder

Carter-Williams was the only unanimous selection, with 125 first-team votes. Oladipo received 124 first-team votes, and whoever left him off the first team didn't even include him on the second team. Nineteen other players received votes, from the Sacramento Kings ' Ben McLemore to the Houston Rockets ' Robert Covington . The 2013 draft's No. 1 pick, Anthony Bennett, received one second-team vote.

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