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The rookie of the year is awarded to the most prominent player in his first NBA season. This award was created in the 1952-53 season. The winner receives the "Eddie Gottlieb" Trophy. The player is selected by a group of 24 sports journalists from the United States and Canada. They vote players for first, second, and third place. Each first place vote counts for 5 points, second place votes are 3 points each, and third place votes are 1. The player with the greatest sum of points, despite the number of first position votes, wins the award.
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