LaMelo Ball and Anthony Edwards were the two unanimous selections to the NBA All-Rookie First Team, which was announced Thursday.
by: Madeline Coleman — Sports Illustrated 7h
The Hornets' Rookie of the Year winner and the star Minnesota guard were unanimously selected to the 2020-21 NBA All-Rookie First Team.
by: Matt Rochinski — NBA 8h
June 17, 2021 – The NBA announced today that Hornets guard LaMelo Ball was unanimously selected to the All-Rookie First Team for the 2020-21 season. The Rookie of the Year and third overall pick in
by: Kousha Kangarloo — Clutchpoints 11h
Even though he’s still growing and developing as a young talent in this league, Jarrett Allen has established himself as one of the best rim protectors, rebounders, and shot blockers. His tireless defensive efforts, post moves, and presence as a lob...
by: Chase Whitney — SB Nation: At The Hive 15h
Bridges flourished in multiple roles while Washington muscled through a hit-and-miss campaign, but both show promise for different reasons
by: Matthew Stephens — The News & Observer: ACC Now 17h
UNC and Winthrop will both have players at the Hornets’ pre-draft workout Thursday.
by: Ernesto Cova — Fadeaway World 18h
LaMelo Ball was recently named Rookie of the Year for the 2020-21 season. A much-deserved award after putting up great performances right out of the gate,
by: Sportsnaut — Sportsnaut 23h
Charlotte Hornets guard LaMelo Ball was named NBA Rookie of the Year on Wednesday, becoming the third player in franchise history to capture the honor,
by: Dana Gauruder — Hoops Rumors 17 Jun
Seton Hall's Sandro Mamukelashvili is scheduled to work out for the Pistons on Thursday, Adam Zagoria of the New York …
“LaMelo Ball, you know you can’t f**k with Anthony Edwards”: The Timberwolves rookie calls out the Hornets guard for not being deserving of Rookie of the Year honors
by: Samir Mehdi — THE SPORTSRUSH 17 Jun
Anthony Edwards takes to Twitter to say that LaMelo Ball cannot f**k with him and that he should give his ROTY trophy back to Ant.
Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns’ 3-emoji reaction to LaMelo Ball beating Anthony Edwards for Rookie of the Year
by: Arlos Sara — Clutchpoints 17 Jun
Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns used the ever-trusty emoji to express his feelings following LaMelo Ball‘s Rookie of the Year announcement. The Charlotte Hornets playmaker won the top rookie plum over Towns’ teammate in Anthony Edwards—
by: Jonathan M. Alexander — The News & Observer 17 Jun
Ball learned he won Rookie of the Year on Wednesday when teammate Miles Bridges surprised him with the award.
by: Andrew Buller-Russ — Sportsnaut 17 Jun
It's no secret. The NBA robbed Anthony Edwards by giving the 2021 Rookie of the Year award to LaMelo Ball.
by: Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY — USA Today 17 Jun
LaMelo Ball missed 21 games with a wrist injury forcing him to miss 21 games but still claimed the NBA's Rookie of the Year Award.