Toronto Raptors guard-forward Scottie Barnes, Detroit Pistons guard Cade Cunningham and Cleveland Cavaliers forward-center Evan Mobley have been unanimously selected to the 2021-22 NBA All-Rookie First Team, the NBA announced today. The three players each received NBA All-Rookie First Team votes on all 100 ballots from a global panel of...
The NBA’s All-Rookie squads were announced on Wednesday night with little in the way of surprises. The three finalists for Rookie of the Year — Scottie Barnes, Evan Mobley, and Cade Cunningham — were all unanimous selections to the first team, with Rockets guard Jalen Green and Magic forward Franz Wagner joining them. The only two other players to receiver first team votes were Herbert Jones and Josh Giddey, who headlined those who earned second team honors.
On Wednesday, Houston Rockets' rookie sensation Jalen Green was named to the NBA's All-Rookie first team. Green finished second in points per game and total points among rookies and finished the season on an emphatic scoring run that suggests superstardom could be just around the corner. His run of five...
The Dream Shake
When the Houston Rockets made Jalen Green the second player taken in the 2021 NBA Draft, Rookie of the Year was a high priority. Green became an early candidate to become the third player in franchise history to take home the honor after eclipsing 20 or more points during the first month of the season.
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Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta shared his thoughts on Jalen Green's rookie season and his ceiling as the franchise-cornerstone.
Bill Simmons has been known for making some comments that rub people the wrong way, but saying he doesn't care about Rockets rookie Jalen Green is a mistake. As the Houston Rockets enter the offseason and prepare to address the next missing pieces through the 2022 NBA Draft, it was bound to happen that the team would start catching strays from the media. We just didn't think it would be about Jalen Green.
With the season in the rearview, the Houston Rockets will once again turn their attention to the top of the NBA Draft. While their own pick has yet to be determined, it is guaranteed to be in the top five and will be supported by the 17th overall pick via the Brooklyn Nets.