Two days, two awards for LaMelo Ball.
Following up on Wednesday's honor, the NBA announced the Charlotte Hornets point guard was a unanimous selection to the league's all-rookie first team.
Ball totaled 198 points, the same as Minnesota's Anthony Edwards, who was also a unanimous pick. Sacramento's Tyrese Haliburton (197 points), Detroit's Saddiq Bey (162 points) and Houston's Jae’Sean Tate (154 points) were also named to the first team.
Ball becomes the 14th player in franchise history to garner an all-rookie selection and first to be named to the first team since 1992-93. He's given Hornets fans reason to be excited and the recognition he's receiving is only going to fuel that feeling leading into the offseason and into the 2021-22 campaign.