NEW YORK, May 13 (UPI) -- Atlanta Hawks forward-center Al Horford was a unanimous selection to the NBA's all-rookie team, the league said Tuesday.
Horford finished second to Seattle swingman Kevin Durant in the overall rookie-of-the year voting, but piled up 58 points in balloting for the all-rookie first team. Durant was right behind with 57 points.
The 30 NBA coaches voted for the all-rookie team with a first-team vote worth 2 points and a second-team mention worth 1. Coaches couldn't vote for their own players.