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ROY for Roy!
Coming off a rookie campaign that saw Roy average 16.8 points 4.4 assists and 4 rebounds a game, the former Garfield Bulldog never doubted his chances of being the NBA's top rookie. "I thought I'd have a chance at being rookie of the year," Roy shared Wednesday after hearing the news. "My expectations were to come in and contribute but not be a ‘go-to' guy my rookie season. After my first month after I came back from my injury, I became the ‘go-to' guy and that really let me know that I could play in the NBA. "I averaged more points than I every thought I would and I played a bigger role than I ever imagined," The award wasn't quite perfect though – he was one vote shy of being a unanimous choice. "I found out who the one guy who didn't vote for me was," Roy said, chuckling. "And I think he's a Toronto Raptors broadcaster who...
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