Portland Trail Blazers rookie guard CJ McCollum drew a vote for the 2014 All-Rookie Second Team.
In addition to the 10 players who were selected to the 2014 All-Rookie First and Second Teams, 19 players received at least one vote.
Here's how the teams shook out and how the voting broke down.
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Also receiving votes...
Ben McLemore, Sacramento, 63 (4); Pero Antic, Atlanta, 62 (10); Nick Calathes Memphis, 39 (2); Ryan Kelly, L.A. Lakers, 29; Matthew Dellavedova, Cleveland, 20 (3); Nate Wolters, Milwaukee, 20; Ray McCallum, Sacramento, 8; Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Detroit, 6; Hollis Thompson, Philadelphia, 5; Tony Snell, Chicago, 4; Phil Pressey, Boston, 2; Anthony Bennett, Cleveland, 1; Reggie Bullock, L.A. Clippers, 1; Robert Covington, Houston, 1; Alex Len, Phoenix, 1; C.J. McCollum, Portland, 1; Shabazz Muhammad, Minnesota, 1; Andre Roberson, Oklahoma City, 1; Jeff Withey, New Orleans, 1.
McCollum, 22, was the No. 10 pick in the 2013 NBA draft after spending four years at Lehigh. He missed the opening portion of the 2013-14 season after suffering a foot injury back in October.
McCollum averaged 5.3 points and 1.3 rebounds in 12.5 minutes per game over 38 appearances after returning to the court in January.
Blazers GM Neil Olshey finished third in the 2014 Executive of the Year award voting.
Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge finished 10th in the 2014 NBA MVP voting.
Blazers coach Terry Stotts finished sixth in the 2014 Coach of the Year voting.
Aldridge and Blazers center Robin Lopez both drew votes for 2014 Most Improved Player.
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