Booker receives single vote for NBA All-Rookie Team


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Pos: F   Height: 6-7   Weight: 240   Hometown: Whitmire, SC (Union HS)  
Years Played: 2006 - 2009

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The 2011 NBA All-Rookie teams are out, and as expected, John Wall is on the first team. He didn't make it unanimously, as one of the league's 29 coaches elected to leave him out for some reason, but he's there comfortably.

As for Trevor BookerTrevor Booker
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and Jordan Crawford, both were shut out of the second team. Crawford received 12 points (two for a first-team vote, one for a second team), while Booker received one point. Here are the teams with their vote totals.

First team: Blake Griffin (58), John Wall (57), Landry Fields (56), DeMarcus Cousins (54) and Gary Neal (44)

Second team: Greg Monroe (42), Wes Johnson (26), Eric Bledsoe (19), Derrick Favors (18), Paul George (14)

Others receiving votes: Ed Davis (10, one vote for first team), Jordan Crawford (12), Evan Turner (12), Gordon Hayward (7), Omer Asik (6, one vote for first team), Patrick Patterson (5), Al-Farouq Aminu (3), Tiago Splitter (3), Trevor Booker, Christian Eyenga, Ekpe Udoh (1 each).

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