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| May 8, 2007

nba all rookie teamsBrandon Roy of the Portland Trail Blazers, the 2006-07 NBA Rookie of the Year, headlines a talented group of rookies named to the NBA All-Rookie Team, the NBA announced today.

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Roy is joined on the NBA All-Rookie First Team by Toronto’s Andrea Bargnani (57 points), Minnesota’s Randy Foye (48 points), Memphis’ Rudy Gay (39 points), Toronto’s Jorge Garbajosa (37 points) and Portland’s LaMarcus Aldridge (37 points).

A three-time Western Conference Rookie of the Month selection (January, February and March), Roy represented the Trail Blazers in the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam, finishing with six points, three rebounds, four assists and a steal in 24 minutes.

"We all knew Brandon would make it to the First Team after winning Rookie of the Year, and while I am not surprised that LaMarcus was selected, it's validation for the excellent rookie seasons they both had,” said Trail Blazers general manager Kevin Pritchard. "For the league to notice what we all know here in Portland is an important step to where we're taking this franchise. We’re very excited for these two young men, and as good as they are as players, they’re even better people.”

Bargnani, the number one pick in the 2006 NBA Draft, was third among rookies in scoring (11.6 ppg) and fifth in blocks (.82 bpg). Foye averaged 10.1 points and 2.7 rebounds while playing in all 82 games for the Timberwolves. Gay’s numbers improved as the season progressed, including averages of 13.6 points and 5.8 rebounds in his final 24 games played. A December winner for the Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month, Garbajosa finished the season fifth among rookies in rebounds (4.9 rpg) and posted a 1.22 steals-per-turnover ratio. Among first-year players, Aldridge ranked first in blocked shots (1.16 bpg), third in double-doubles (six).and fourth in rebounding (5.0 rpg).

Garbajosa finished the season fifth among rookies in rebounds (4.9 rpg) and posted a 1.22 steals-per-turnover ratio. He started 60 of his 67 games, contributing 8.5 points (eighth among rookies) in 28.5 minutes (third). Garbajosa’s 60 starts was the third most by a Raptors rookie in team history.

Aldridge, 21, stood out among rookie leaders with averages of 9.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, 22.1 minutes and 1.16 blocked shots, which ranked first in the rookie class. The second pick overall in the 2006 NBA Draft, Aldridge shot .505 from the floor, scored 10-plus points 27 times, 20-plus five times and posted six double-doubles in 63 games (22 starts).

Foye, the seventh overall pick of the 2006 NBA Draft, played in all 82 games for the Wolves, including 12 starts. He averaged 10.1 ppg, 2.7 rpg and 2.8 apg in 22.9 mpg, becoming the first Wolves rookie double-digit scorer since Wally Szczerbiak. He finished 19th in the league in free throw accuracy at 85.4%, breaking Christian Laettner's franchise rookie record (83.5%). He finished the season strong by averaging 15.4 ppg while shooting 52.9% in April.

All-Rookie Second Team

The NBA All-Rookie Second Team consists of Utah’s Paul Millsap (36), Charlotte’s Adam Morrison (35), Chicago’s Tyrus Thomas (26), Minnesota’s Craig Smith (21) and Boston’s Rajon Rondo (10), Charlotte’s Walter Hermann (10) and New Jersey’s Marcus Williams (10) all tied for the final spot on the second team.

The third overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft, Morrison was awarded Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for his efforts in November and finished the season ranked second among rookies in scoring with 11.8 points, while leading his class with 29.8 minutes. Morrison participated in the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam over All-Star weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he led the Rookies with 16 points on 6-8 shooting. Over the course of the season, Morrison produced nine games with 22-plus points, leading Charlotte to a 6-3 record in those contests. He scored a career-high 30 points on Dec. 30 in the Bobcats 113-102 win at Indiana.

Herrmann finished the season strong, averaging 14.3 points over 22 games in April and March, after averaging 4.1 points over the first four months of the season. He took home Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month honors in March, averaging 12.1 points on .585 shooting. He finished the season ranked first among rookies in three-point shooting percentage (.461) and second in field goal percentage (.527). He notched a career-high 30 points on 12-18 shooting (6-8 from three-point range) in the Bobcats 113-92 win at Milwaukee on April 14.

On the season Rondo finished first among rookies in steals per game, which placed him ninth in the NBA; he was also second among rookies in assists (3.8) and fifth in minutes (23.5). Rondo led the Celtics in assists 28 times this season, more than any other Celtics player. The University of Kentucky product scored a career high 23 points twice and had the fifth highest assist total for a rookie in Celtics history with 297. Rondo was also the only regular rotation player on any of the league’s bottom six teams who had a positive plus/minus, meaning that despite the Celtics’ record this year, the team outscored Celtic opponents while Rondo was on the floor.

Marcus Williams averaged 6.8 points, 3.3 assists (third amongst rookies) and 2.1 rebounds in 79 games, including two starts. For the season, Williams connected on .395 (208-of-526) of his attempts from the field and .847 (72-of-85) from the line, which was second amongst rookies. The University of Connecticut product finished the season with the third highest assist total for a Nets rookie in franchise history with 260 assists.

Smith, who also played in all 82 games, was the 36th overall pick of the Wolves in 2006. He finished his rookie campaign by starting the final five games, averaging 12.0 ppg and 10.0 ppg in the span. For the season, Smith averaged 7.4 ppg and 5.1 rpg.

The voting panel consisted of the NBA’s 30 head coaches, who were asked to select five players for the first team and five players for the second team, regardless of position. Coaches were not permitted to vote for players on their own team. Two points were awarded for first team votes and one for second team votes.

Results of the balloting for the 2006-07 NBA All-Rookie teams with total NBA All-Rookie voting results; first place votes, second place votes and total votes:

2006-07 NBA ALL-ROOKIE FIRST TEAM

Player			Team		First (2 pt)	Second (1 Pt)	Total 
Brandon Roy		Portland	29		-		58
Andrea Bargnani		Toronto		28		1		57
Randy Foye		Minnesota	21		6		48
Rudy Gay		Memphis		12		15		39
Jorge Garbajosa		Toronto		13		11		37 (tie)
LaMarcus Aldridge	Portland	14		9		37 (tie)

2006-07 NBA ALL-ROOKIE SECOND TEAM

Player		Team		First (2 pt)	Second (1 Pt)	Total 
Paul Millsap	Utah		10		16		36
Adam Morrison	Charlotte	12		11		35
Tyrus Thomas	Chicago		5		16		26
Craig Smith	Minnesota	1		19		21
Rajon Rondo	Boston		1		8		10 (tie)
Walter Hermann	Charlotte	1		8		10 (tie)
Marcus Williams	New Jersey	1		8		10 (tie)

Other players receiving votes, with point totals (first place votes): Tarence Kinsey, Memphis, 6 (1); Renaldo Balkman, New York, 5; Rodney Carney, Philadelphia, 5 (1); Sheldon Williams, Atlanta, 4; Allan Ray, Boston, 1; Thabo Sefolosha, Chicago, 1; Daniel Gibson, Cleveland, 1; Jordan Farmar, L.A. Lakers, 1; Josh Boone, New Jersey, 1; Sergio Rodriguez, Portland, 1.



SEASON BY SEASON NBA ALL-ROOKIE TEAMS

1962-63
Terry Dischinger, Chicago
Chet Walker, Syracuse
Zelmo Beaty, St. Louis
John Havlicek, Boston
Dave DeBusschere, Detroit


1964-65
Willis Reed, New York
Jim Barnes, New York
Howard Komives, New York
Lucious Jackson, Philadelphia
Wally Jones, Baltimore
Joe Caldwell, Detroit


1966-67
Lou Hudson, St. Louis
Jack Marin, Baltimore
Erwin Mueller, Chicago
Cazzie Russell, New York
Dave Bing, Detroit


1968-69
Wes Unseld, Baltimore
Elvin Hayes, San Diego
Bill Hewitt, Los Angeles
Art Harris, Seattle
Gary Gregor, Phoenix


1970-71
Geoff Petrie, Portland
Dave Cowens, Boston
Pete Maravich, Atlanta
Cavin Murphy, San Diego
Bob Lanier, Detroit


1972-73
Bob McAdoo, Buffalo
Lloyd Neal, Portland
Fred Boyd, Philadelphia
Dwight Davis, Cleveland
Jim Price, Los Angeles


1974-75
Keith Wilkes, Golden State
John Drew, Atlanta
Scott Wedman, Kansas City-Omaha
Tom Burleson, Seattle
Brian Winters, Los Angeles


1976-77
Adrian Dantley, Buffalo
Scott May, Chicago
Mitch Kupchak, Washington
John Lucas, Houston
Ron Lee, Phoenix


1978-79
Phil Ford, Kansas City
Mychal Thompson, Portland
Ron Brewer, Portland
Reggie Theus, Chicago
Terry Tyler, Detroit


1980-81
Joe Barry Carroll, Golden State
Darrell Griffith, Utah
Larry Smith, Golden State
Kevin McHale, Boston
Kelvin Ransey, Portland


1982-83
Terry Cummings, San Diego
Clark Kellogg, Indiana
Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta
James Worthy, Los Angeles
Quintin Dailey, Chicago

1984-85
Michael Jordan, Chicago
Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston
Sam Bowie, Portland
Charles Barkley, Philadelphia
Sam Perkins, Dallas


1986-87
Brad Daugherty, Cleveland
Ron Harper, Cleveland
Chuck Person, Indiana
Roy Tarpley, Dallas
John Williams, Cleveland


1988-89
FIRST TEAM
Mitch Richmond, Golden State
Willie Anderson, San Antonio
Hersey Hawkins, Philadelphia
Rik Smits, Indiana
Charles Smith, Los Angeles Clippers

SECOND TEAM
Brian Shaw, Boston
Rex Chapman, Charlotte
Chris Morris, New Jersey
Rod Strickland, New York
Kevin Edwards, Miami


1990-91
FIRST TEAM
Kendall Gill, Charlotte
Dennis Scott, Orlando
Dee Brown, Boston
Lionel Simmons, Sacramento
Derrick Coleman, New Jersey

SECOND TEAM
Chris Jackson, Denver
Gary Payton, Seattle
Felton Spencer, Minnesota
Travis Mays, Sacramento
Willie Burton, Miami


1992-93
FIRST TEAM
Shaquille O'Neal, Orlando
Alonzo Mourning, Charlotte
Christian Laettner, Minnesota
Tom Gugliotta, Washington
LaPhonso Ellis, Denver

SECOND TEAM
Walt Williams, Sacramento
Robert Horry, Houston
Latrell Sprewell, Golden State
Clarence Weatherspoon, Philadelphia
Richard Dumas, Phoenix


1994-95
FIRST TEAM
Jason Kidd, Dallas
Grant Hill, Detroit
Glenn Robinson, Milwaukee
Eddie Jones, Los Angeles Lakers
Brian Grant, Sacramento


SECOND TEAM
Juwan Howard, Washington
Eric Montross, Boston
Wesley Person, Phoenix
Jalen Rose, Denver
Donyell Marshall, Golden State (tie)
Sharone Wright, Philadelphia (tie)

1996-97
FIRST TEAM
Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Vancouver
Allen Iverson, Philadelphia
Stephon Marbury, Minnesota
Marcus Camby, Toronto
Antoine Walker, Boston

SECOND TEAM
Kerry Kittles, New Jersey
Ray Allen, Milwaukee
Travis Knight, L.A. Lakers
Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
Matt Maloney, Houston


1998-99
FIRST TEAM
Vince Carter, Toronto
Paul Pierce, Boston
Jason Williams, Sacramento
Mike Bibby, Vancouver
Matt Harpring, Orlando

SECOND TEAM
Michael Dickerson, Houston
Michael Doleac, Orlando
Cuttino Mobley, Houston
Michael Olowokandi, L.A. Clippers
Antawn Jamison, Golden State


2000-01
FIRST TEAM
Mike Miller, Orlando
Kenyon Martin, New Jersey
Marc Jackson, Golden State
Morris Peterson, Toronto
Darius Miles, L.A. Clippers

SECOND TEAM
Hidayet Turkoglu, Sacramento
Desmond Mason, Seattle
Courtney Alexander, Washington
Marcus Fizer, Chicago
Chris Mihm, Cleveland


2002-03
FIRST TEAM
Yao Ming, Houston
Amare Stoudemire, Phoenix
Caron Butler, Miami
Drew Gooden, Orlando
Nene Hilario, Denver

SECOND TEAM
Emanuel Ginobili, San Antonio
Gordan Giricek, Orlando
Carlos Boozer, Cleveland
Jay Williams, Chicago
J.R. Bremer, Boston

1963-64
Jerry Lucas, Cincinnati
Gus Johnson, Baltimore
Nate Thurmond, San Francisco
Art Heyman, New York
Rod Thorn, Baltimore


1965-66
Rick Barry, San Francisco
Billy Cunningham, Philadelphia
Tom Van Arsdale, Detroit
Dick Van Arsdale, New York
Fred Hetzel, San Francisco

1967-68
Earl Monroe, Baltimore
Bob Rule, Seattle
Walt Frazier, New York
Al Tucker, Seattle
Phil Jackson, New York


1969-70
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Milwaukee
Bob Dandridge, Milwaukee
Jo Jo White, Boston
Mike Davis, Baltimore
Dick Garrett, Los Angeles


1971-72
Elmore Smith, Buffalo
Sidney Wicks, Portland
Austin Carr, Cleveland
Phil Chenier, Baltimore
Clifford Ray, Chicago


1973-74
Ernie DiGregorio, Buffalo
Ron Behagen, Kansas City-Omaha
Mike Bantom, Phoenix
John Brown, Atlanta
Nick Weatherspoon, Capital


1975-76
Alvan Adams, Phoenix
Gus Williams, Golden State
Joe Meriweather, Houston
John Shumate, Phoenix-Buffalo
Lionel Hollins, Portland


1977-78
Walter Davis, Phoenix
Marques Johnson, Milwaukee
Bernard King, New Jersey
Jack Sikma, Seattle
Norm Nixon, Los Angeles


1979-80
Larry Bird, Boston
Magic Johnson, Los Angeles
Bill Cartwright, New York
Calvin Natt, Portland
David Greenwood, Chicago


1981-82
Kelly Tripucka, Detroit
Jay Vincent, Dallas
Isiah Thomas, Detroit
Buck Williams, New Jersey
Jeff Ruland, Washington


1983-84
Ralph Sampson, Houston
Steve Stipanovich, Indiana
Byron Scott, Los Angeles
Jeff Malone, Washington
Thurl Bailey, Utah (tie)
Darrell Walker, New York (tie)


1985-86
Xavier McDaniel, Seattle
Patrick Ewing, New York
Karl Malone, Utah
Joe Dumars, Detroit
Charles Oakley, Chicago


1987-88
Mark Jackson, New York
Armon Gilliam, Phoenix
Kenny Smith, Sacramento
Greg Anderson, San Antonio
Derrick McKey, Seattle


1989-90
FIRST TEAM
David Robinson, San Antonio
Tim Hardaway, Golden State
Vlade Divac, Los Angeles Lakers
Sherman Douglas, Miami
Pooh Richardson, Minnesota

SECOND TEAM
J. R. Reid, Charlotte
Sean Elliott, San Antonio
Stacey King, Chicago
Blue Edwards, Utah
Glen Rice, Miami


1991-92
FIRST TEAM
Larry Johnson, Charlotte
Dikembe Mutombo, Denver
Billy Owens, Golden State
Steve Smith, Miami
Stacey Augmon, Atlanta

SECOND TEAM
Rick Fox, Boston
Terrell Brandon, Cleveland
Larry Stewart, Washington
Stanley Roberts, Orlando
Mark Macon, Denver


1993-94
FIRST TEAM
Chris Webber, Golden State
Anfernee Hardaway, Orlando
Vin Baker, Milwaukee
Jamal Mashburn, Dallas
Isaiah Rider, Minnesota

SECOND TEAM
Dino Radja, Boston
Nick Van Exel, Los Angeles Lakers
Shawn Bradley, Philadelphia
Toni Kukoc, Chicago
Lindsey Hunter, Detroit


1995-96
FIRST TEAM
Damon Stoudamire, Toronto
Joe Smith, Golden State
Jerry Stackhouse, Philadelphia
Antonio McDyess, Denver
Arvydas Sabonis, Portland (tie)
Michael Finley, Phoenix (tie)

SECOND TEAM
Kevin Garnett, Minnesota
Bryant Reeves, Vancouver
Brent Barry, L.A. Clippers
Rasheed Wallace, Washington
Tyus Edney, Sacramento


1997-98
FIRST TEAM
Tim Duncan, San Antonio
Keith Van Horn, New Jersey
Brevin Knight, Cleveland
Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Cleveland
Ron Mercer, Boston

SECOND TEAM
Tim Thomas, Philadelphia
Cedric Henderson, Cleveland
Derek Anderson, Cleveland
Maurice Taylor, LA Clippers
Bobby Jackson, Denver


1999-2000
FIRST TEAM
Elton Brand, Chicago
Steve Francis, Houston
Lamar Odom, L.A. Clippers
Wally Szczerbiak, Minnesota
Andre Miller, Cleveland

SECOND TEAM
Shawn Marion, Phoenix
Ron Artest, Chicago
James Posey, Denver
Jason Terry, Atlanta
Chucky Atkins, Orlando


2001-02
FIRST TEAM
Pau Gasol, Memphis
Shane Battier, Memphis
Jason Richardson, Golden State
Tony Parker, San Antonio
Andrei Kirilenko, Utah

SECOND TEAM
Jamaal Tinsley, Indiana
Richard Jefferson, New Jersey
Eddie Griffin, Houston
Zeljko Rebraca, Detroit
Vladimir Radmanovic, Seattle
Joe Johnson, Bos-Phoenix

2003-04
FIRST TEAM
Carmelo Anthony, Denver
LeBron James, Cleveland
Dwyane Wade, Miami
Chris Bosh, Toronto
Kirk Hinrich, Chicago

SECOND TEAM
Josh Howard, Dallas
T.J. Ford, Milwaukee
Udonis Haslem, Miami
Jarvis Hayes, Washington
Marquis Daniels, Dallas








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