Philadelphia 76ers point guard Michael Carter-Williams has been named the NBA's rookie of the year, easily beating out Orlando's Victor Oladipo and Utah's Trey Burke for the honor.
The victory should come as no surprise.
Carter-Williams led all rookies in scoring (16.7 ppg), rebounding (6.2 rpg), assists (6.3 apt) and steals (1.86 spg).
On the year, Burke averaged 12.8 points, 5.7 assists and 3 rebounds.
Carter-Williams led the voting with 569 total points in voting, including 104 first-place votes. Oladipo received 16 first-place votes and 364 total points. Burke received 96 points, including a first-place vote from Jazz analyst Ron Boone.
— Aaron Falk
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